COVID + STUDIO POLICIES
Please read our guidelines + new policies and procedures (including registration and cancellation) below for our safe and responsible reopening.
COVID + STUDIO POLICIES
As we continue to reopen, our class sizes are impacted by social distancing - operating at 80% capacity - and we understand some of our members want to continue to practice virtually, so we will continue to offer our online classes.
We will continue to carefully follow the CDC guidelines for operation of our business. Our intention is to remain open with confidence and commitment to the highest standards of health and safety for our team and students.
Cleaning Procedures - We are implementing intensified deep cleaning processes and offering hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes for all students and staff.
Face Mask Etiquette - As of March 12, 2022, masks are optional for everyone, whether you are partially vaccinated, fully vaccinated or unvaccinated.
Social Distancing - Maintaining social distance requirements of 6 ft. is still recommended.
Class Modifications - Hands on adjustments may be offered at the discretion of the individual instructor and student.
Mat + Yoga Props - Props are provided in the studio, but if you wish to bring your own, of course you may. We also have props for sale if you wish to purchase.
Retail - Is available if you wish to shop around before or after class.
Towels + Water - We have towels available. Bottled water is available for purchase and/or we have our water station to fill up your own bottle.
Arrival Time - We allow late admittance only a few minutes after start time and on a case by case basis due to the fact NoDa Yoga is proudly recognized as a brave space, a trauma-informed studio. If you can safely give us call, please do so and let us know you're running late. We can assist you better and explain the circumstances around that day/class in the moment. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation regarding this matter.
Phone + Studio Etiquette - We ask that cell phones, while permitted in the studio, are turned to silent or even better "do not disturb". We ask that all students arrive and depart with other practicing students in mind and keep conversations to a low volume.
Photography - Absolutely no photos are permitted to be taken inside our practice rooms or with other students in frame unless you have prior written approval from ownership.
Attire - Clothing is NOT optional to practice in our space - both in communal areas and practice rooms. Most notably, all students are expected to wear shirts and remain clothed for the duration of practice. Sports bras are considered a "shirt" in this regard. We thank you in advance for supporting our trauma-informed space.
REGISTRATION + CANCELLATION
Please note the following major changes to registration and cancellation policy.
Class Booking - You are welcome to pre-register for class or walk-in if spots are available. You can reserve your spot on our website or the MindBody app.
In-Person Classes - You can register up to class time based on availability. You may cancel with 24 hour notice without penalty. Cancellations within 24 hours are subject to the deduction of the class from your account (as if you did attend).
Online Classes - We continue to recommend registering early, but any time prior to class start time is accepted. All online classes utilize the Zoom platform, so look for an email with your class link one hour before class.
Waivers - All students will be required to view and accept the reopening waiver before your first in-person class.
Community Responsibility - Please continue to be attentive to your own health. If you have underlying conditions, are part of a high risk group, tested positive to COVID-19, you or anyone you have been in contact with in the past 14 days are experiencing symptoms, we ask that you stay home and refrain from attending our in-person classes for two weeks or until a negative test result is obtained. Symptoms may include fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, sore throat, muscle or body aches, headaches, new loss of taste or smell, nausea, or congestion.