WHAT YOU WILL NEED FOR YOUR YOGA CLASS
NEW CLIENT FORM. If you are new to Zone In Yoga, please make sure you have completed a
For In Person/Online classes, please bring your own yoga mat and any props you may need - blocks, blankets, yoga belt.
For In Person classes, temperatures will be taken before being submitted into the class, and the covid-19 safety measures are in place to allow for a safe teaching environment.
All levels are welcome to class, but if you do have a particular heath concern, please make sure this is discussed with Hannah prior to attending
Try to avoid eating just before the class, leave at least an hour.
For all online classes, the class will be opened 10 minutes before so that you can get settled and sort any technical issues.
In person classes during Coronavirus (COVID-19)
If I attend an in person class whilst Coronavirus restrictions and safety measures are in place, I will:
(A) Take care of myself by following the appropriate government guidance on measures such as hand washing and social distancing.
(B) Follow the protocols and safety measures set out by Hannah Juliano for attending in person classes
(C) Not attend any class with Zone In Yoga, should I be displaying any Coronavirus symptoms, have knowingly been in contact with anyone who is symptomatic, received a positive test in the last seven days or be waiting on a Coronavirus test result.
(D) Inform Hannah Juliano should I develop symptoms following attendance at an in person class.
Online and virtual classes
(A) As with our community hall classes, by taking part in any online class, you acknowledge that classes may be physically strenuous, and you voluntarily participate in them with full knowledge that there could be a risk of personal injury.
(B) When practising from home, you accept full responsibility for your space and the health and safety precautions within this space.
(C) You acknowledge that Zone In Yoga accepts no responsibility for any potential injuries as a result of practise outside of the hall space.
(D) Whilst practising online the student is responsible for choosing and taking suitable modifications within their practice and if a student chooses to divert from the general instructions of the class, then they are doing so at their own discretion.
(E) Whilst practising online the student understands that with their camera on, they are visible to the teacher and other attendees who are in the online space. They are not visible to attendees in the physical space.