It has been a few weeks since Governor Herbert modified the state to “Yellow” or Low-Risk Phase. During the Moderate-Risk Phase, we have been practicing in-studio with ultra-low class sizes and class times. Because our students and instructors have continued to use safe and responsible distancing and sanitizing, we are modifying classes again slightly beginning June 1. The new schedule looks similar to what you are used to at Omega, but the classes will remain between 10-30 people (including all instructors), with most classes at 15 or fewer.
The new Springville summer schedule is posted HERE.
If you or someone you live with are considered high-risk and you need to continue online classes, please contact Kwanjangnim for those options.
It is EXPECTED that all who enter the studio will follow the state recommendations for safe and responsible interactions. For information on the current recommendations, please visit: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/
IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE GUIDELINES, THE FOLLOWING IS EXPECTED AND UNDERSTOOD FOR BOTH STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS UPON ENTERING THE STUDIO:
- Please do not enter to the studio if you are feeling unwell, have a fever, cough, trouble breathing, sore throat, sudden change in taste or smell, muscle aches or pains or been exposed to COVID-19.
- Please keep social distance spacing of 6-feet apart.
- Class sizes are small in number as there is a limit on the number of students and instructors allowed in the studio at one time. Parents/siblings are asked not to come inside to watch unless pre-arranged. For now, we will have a drop-off and pick-up only policy.
- Hand sanitizer and wipes will be available for all. Please wash hands often.
- High-touch areas and floor has been and will continue to be disinfected regularly.
- Face coverings are recommended. Instructors will wear masks if they need to come closer than 6 feet to a student.
- Health and safety is a top priority and we have confidence that all who come will respect and support the guidelines and recommendations given for our community.
- There is no way to guarantee the virus spread, so we are each responsible to do our part.