Our top priority is always the health and safety of our yoga community. The recent outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has raised a variety of questions and concerns, and we want you to be assured that we are constantly monitoring the situation to ensure we are making the best decisions and taking the right action for you, our staff and the Adiyoga family.
As we see the rise in the number of Coronavirus cases across Australia and with the World Health Organisation (WHO) declaring the Coronavirus a pandemic, we will continue to stay updated from reliable government sources to ensure we respond responsibly to the current local and global health situation, and use the most appropriate measures to best prevent and manage the spread of the virus in our community and beyond.
We’re taking precautionary steps to ensure the health and wellbeing of our community when you come to our premises.
These are our strategies for keeping you safe and healthy whilst ensuring you are able to continue enjoying our classes:
Students will kept farther away from each other in each class.
Programs and Classes will be kept to maximum of 8 students.
Stocking the bathrooms with plenty of soap and disinfectant.
Keeping the studio clean and well ventilated
YOGA MATS - We do disinfect our mats after each class, but given the current situation we strongly recommend that you bring your own.
We'll be avoiding any physical contact (but that is not new)
What you can do to help:
• Stay home if you’re feeling unwell
• Wash your hands throughly with soap for at least 20 seconds, before and after class
• Use cough and sneeze etiquette as per the guidelines (cough and sneeze into elbow)
• Bring your own mat
• Practice compassion and kindness towards others! Be kind to yourself and most of all, stay calm!
Will we stay open?
Several people have asked if our studio will stay open throughout this uncertain time. As yoga and meditation is beneficial for the health of your immune system and overall wellbeing, our plan is to stay open to keep supporting our community. However we will be following the advice and guidelines of government health authorities.