OOHM Dance Guidelines in Response to Covid-19
Updated Aug 2021
OOHMDANCE is dedicated to protecting the health of our dancers. With that in mind, the following procedures will be implemented for the foreseen future:
- All in-studio classes will also be offered via Zoom for those students who are unwell or otherwise unable to take class in person.
Entry to Building:
- Older students will be responsible to take their own temperature upon entering the building. Younger students will be checked by staff. Students should take class virtually if running a fever.
- Masks are optional per current guidelines.
- Our waiting rooms will reopen; however, please limit the time spent socially in the waiting rooms.
- Students should come dressed for class, and they should only bring what they need for class and a water bottle.
- There are sanitizing stations in each classroom and in the waiting rooms.
- Bathrooms use will be closely monitored.
- While we begin to return to normalcy, we will continue to practice some level of social distancing.
- Traveling across the floor will be reinstated gradually.
- The studio has been thoroughly cleaned and all items such as carpets and towels have been removed leaving easily sanitized surfaces throughout.
- Mats have been sanitized, although for a time it is recommended that students bring their own yoga mat for floorwork.
- The bathroom has been fitted with disposable paper towels and sanitizing soap.
- Each studio contains hand sanitizers within easy reach.
Studio Cleaning Procedures:
- The barres will be sanitized after each class.
- N-95 approved cleaner will be used to mop the floors and clean all touchable surfaces nightly.
- Spray sanitizer will be used after each class. A UVF light will be used nightly to sanitize the air and surfaces.
THESE ARE GUIDELINES ONLY!! SPECIFIC SITUATIONS MAY ALTER THESE GUIDELINES. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS ARE TAKING PLACE AND THAT WE ARE DETERMINED TO DO OUR PART TO PROVIDE A SAFE DANCE EXPERIENCE.
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