The Safety Standard

Movement for Mind, Body, & Soul.™

We are very excited to be open with updated safety precautions in place!

Please know that your health and safety come first and it is incredibly important to us that you feel comfortable, so in light of COVID-19, we have also made a few changes to our policies and procedures for the safety and wellbeing of our clients, staff, and overall within the studio. We kindly ask that our clients review the updated changes below, in order to help us create and maintain the safest environment possible! We ask that you lead by example with these new policies, as they are only meant to keep you safe and ensure that we take into consideration the most sensitive in our community.

Providing You with a Clean & Safe Space to Practice!

Providing You with a Clean & Safe Space to Practice!

Please know that your health and safety come first and it is incredibly important to us that you feel comfortable, so in light of COVID-19, we have also made a few changes to our policies and procedures for the safety and wellbeing of our clients, staff, and overall within the studio. We kindly ask that our clients review the updated changes below, in order to help us create and maintain the safest environment possible! We ask that you lead by example with these new policies, as they are only meant to keep you safe and ensure that we take into consideration the most sensitive in our community.

  • We have rearranged our studio and all of the Reformers are now at least 6 feet apart so that everyone has enough distance between one another during class.

  • All clients are required to have their temperature checked prior to entering the studio. We will ask clients with temperatures over 100 degrees to kindly forego class that day.

  • We ask that you sanitize your hands before and after class. We have a new single-pull wipe dispenser and will be implementing further ways to avoid communal use of hand sanitizers. We encourage clients to use their personal hand sanitizers whenever possible.

  • We ask that our clients wipe down their reformer and all props before and after every class. 

  • All props and accessories will be assigned to one reformer each. We do not allow the sharing or switching of any of these props. You can also take the class prop-free if that is your preference.

  • Masks are not required but are encouraged for every client and instructor while in the studio.

  • No more hands-on adjustments by our instructors during class.

  • Upon arrival, please wait outside until all of the clients before you have left and the instructor welcomes you into the studio. We plan to keep the doors and windows open to allow proper airflow during the daytime and to avoid excess use of our door handles. We may lock the doors during classes to keep clients safe and maintain social distancing efforts as needed.

  • As a safety precaution, we will no longer provide communal water. Please bring your own water bottle or you are welcome to purchase one from us directly.

  • Any personal items other than a water bottle and towel will need to be placed in the cubbies by the front door. Please minimize the number of personal items you bring with you into the studio.

  • We will continue our dedicated sanitation efforts before and after every class. We will have deep cleanings done on a weekly basis and our staff will maintain the cleanliness of all high contact surfaces throughout the day.

  • We have rearranged our studio and all of the Reformers are now at least 6 feet apart so that everyone has enough distance between one another during class.

  • All clients are required to have their temperature checked prior to entering the studio. We will ask clients with temperatures over 100 degrees to kindly forego class that day.

  • We ask that you sanitize your hands before and after class. We have a new single-pull wipe dispenser and will be implementing further ways to avoid communal use of hand sanitizers. We encourage clients to use their personal hand sanitizers whenever possible.

  • We ask that our clients wipe down their reformer and all props before and after every class. 

  • All props and accessories will be assigned to one reformer each. We do not allow the sharing or switching of any of these props. You can also take the class prop-free if that is your preference.

  • Masks are not required but are encouraged for every client and instructor while in the studio.

  • No more hands-on adjustments by our instructors during class.

  • Upon arrival, please wait outside until all of the clients before you have left and the instructor welcomes you into the studio. We plan to keep the doors and windows open to allow proper airflow during the daytime and to avoid excess use of our door handles. We may lock the doors during classes to keep clients safe and maintain social distancing efforts as needed.

  • As a safety precaution, we will no longer provide communal water. Please bring your own water bottle or you are welcome to purchase one from us directly.

  • Any personal items other than a water bottle and towel will need to be placed in the cubbies by the front door. Please minimize the number of personal items you bring with you into the studio.

  • We will continue our dedicated sanitation efforts before and after every class. We will have deep cleanings done on a weekly basis and our staff will maintain the cleanliness of all high contact surfaces throughout the day.

We are truly happy to be able to welcome everyone back. There will most likely be updates to the above policies and we will continue to make the necessary adjustments and revisions. As always, we thank you for your patience and support!

Safety Standards with You in Mind.

Safety Standard with You in Mind.

We are truly happy to be able to welcome everyone back. There will most likely be updates to the above policies and we will continue to make the necessary adjustments and revisions. As always, we thank you for your patience and support!

“Ideally, our muscles should obey our will. Reasonably, our will should not be dominated by the reflex actions of our muscles.”

— Joseph H. Pilates