We are continuing to provide a calm and safe space for you and your yoga practice. In order to do this we have taken the following actions:
- Removal of shared props (ie straps and blocks)
- Provision of alcohol gel and disinfectant
- Increased frequency of cleaning
- Teachers will no longer be doing any hands-on adjustments
- Reduced class sizes to ensure adequate space and distancing
As class sizes are capped, preference will be given to those booked online. If you have not already done so please download our app for iPhone or Android as this is the best way to book and cancel classes as well as receive updates.
This rapidly evolving situation is impacting us all as we seek to ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff and community, as well as managing the broader business implications.
The studio remains open, however this may change at any point. We will extend passes should we be required to close temporarily. We are working hard to ensure an online platform is available should you be unable to attend the studio and will inform you of access to this in due course.
We thank you for your support, patience and well wishes at this challenging time.
This is the real yoga 🙏
Amy, Simon and the yogafusion team
We know you are likely being overwhelmed with emails, news reports, social media posts and information as the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared coronavirus a global pandemic.
Please be reassured your health and wellbeing is our number one priority. We are keeping a close eye on WHO and Australian Government Department of Health recommendations.
At this stage classes will continue as normal
We have plenty of hand sanitiser and soap, spray bottles will continue to be filled, and our teachers and cleaners will continue to be thorough to ensure we are providing a clean, hygienic and safe space for your yoga practice. We encourage you to bring your own mat, towel and props, and a blanket or pillow case to cover your bolster.
Please do not come to the studio if you have recently returned from overseas, are feeling unwell, or have been in contact with anyone with suspected or confirmed coronavirus.
It is normal to feel overwhelmed and uncertain. Please take care of yourselves and each other. Keep up to date and ensure your information is coming from credible sources. We are following the recommendations of:
World Health Organization
Australian Government Department of Health
If you have any symptoms or concerns call the National 24/7 COVID-19 phone line on 1800 020 080
We are here to support and serve you and will continue to provide a space of calm, clarity and community. We will get through this together.