COVID Measures at Bhumi Yoga

What we do and what you do, so that we can all enjoy our yoga at Bhumi Yoga!

Updated 25/2/2022

We want everyone to feel as safe and comfortable as possible to attend our in-school Ashtanga Mysore practice alongside our online offering. At Bhumi Yoga we are adhering to the measures and regulations of the RIVM.

Please read below on the finer details about the COVID measures at our yoga school, entering and leaving your Mysore practice so you can prepare in advance before you come to your first practice!

Stay at home (or join the online practice) if your answer is “YES” to any of the questions below”:

  • Did you experience one or more of the following (mild) symptoms in the last 24 hours?
    • Cough, cold symptoms, nausea, fever (38 degrees Celsius or higher), shortness of breath?
  • Where you diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 7 days (diagnosed with a lab test)?
  • Does a member of your household have COVID-19 and did you have contact with them in the last 5 days while they still had symptoms?

*This, of course, also applies to the whole teaching team.

*Stay at home if you have any cold symptoms even if you had a negative COVID test.

Before coming to practice:

  • Register for practice beforehand online. (Register HERE )
  • Bring your own yoga mat and two towels (1 for you and 1 for adjustments).

Entering the yoga school:

  • Upon entering the school sanitise your hands.

Entering & in the Mysore room:

  • The air purifiers will be on throughout the entire practice time.

Physical adjustments:

As always, the teaching team will only give physical adjustments if you are OK with that. If you are OK with adjustments have an extra towel only for adjustments with you. 

 

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