Yoga classes successfully reopen at Exton Village Hall in Rutland

Image showing students in squares marked on the floor at Exton Village Hall

The Covid19 safety precautions are working very smoothly in our Yoga Classes at Exton Village Hall. There’s a 1 way system in place with sanitizer gel at entry and exit. Masks are worn until each student is in their own space. As you can see from the photo everyone has their own square which is 2m x 2.5m marked on the floor. Students are always at least 2m from any other person. And, although the windows are kept open for ventilation at all times, the hall is warm as the central heating is on a timer to come on before the class begins.

A huge thank you to all those who have worked so hard to make Exton a safe place to work and visit. Hands free lighting and sanitizer are just some of the ways they have made it safe.

“It’s great to be able to come out to class,” says Louise, “The online classes were fantastic but so often the mind got distracted. As we get further into winter with less and less opportunity for getting out of our homes, it’s brilliant that Deb has put on these classes.”

There are 2 classes available, Monday morning 10.30 – 12.00 for Gentle Yoga and Wednesday evening 6.30 – 8.00 for Yoga for Vitality. Please get in touch with me by email if you are interested.

There are a few changes to how we practice – under normal circumstances it’s best to leave all our excess shoes, bags etc. in a separate area, but we are keeping these with us to ensure the 1 way flow of traffic. There is no chanting, but I have recordings of OM and other mantra for us to listen to. The breathing exercises are done online via my YouTube channel. It’s working very successfully and well done to all the students for adapting so quickly.

Published by yogadeb

Yoga teacher in Stamford, UK, and online

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