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Topeka Studio

785-783-8282

Lawrence Studio

785-224-6402

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Following are protocals Lava Yoga have put into place:

  • Only students that have signed up for class and signed the new waiver, with a Corona Virus clause included, are allowed into class. No Drop-ins!
  • Maximum Class Size---14 + Teacher
  • In addition to our regular rigorous cleaning schedule, we will include additional cleaning of common surfaces before and after classes including door knobs, common surfaces, bathrooms and water fountains
  • Maximum Class Duration--- 1 Hour with 1 Hour between classes to fully sanitize the studio, boutique and restrooms
  • Maintain Physical Distancing of 6 ft or more
  • If a teacher or student has been feeling ill, have a fever, have been exposed to someone with Covid-19 or has been to an area with an outbreak, we ask that you stay home until you are sure you are not contagious.
  • Students should stay in the parking lot and watch when would be appropriate to come to class--only a few in the studio lobby at a time.
  • We will ask our students and teachers take their temperatures prior to coming to class. If the temperature is above 100.4, please don't come to the studio. Teachers will find a sub if they are not feeling well.
  • Personal items need to be spaced apart in the lobby.
  • Everyone will be expected to wear a mask into the lobby--you may take it off in the studio if you want, or keep wearing it. Your choice. If a student needs to leave the studio, for any reason, they need to wear the mask to do so. The teacher will be required to wear the mask until entering the studio and stay in the area designated for them. If they need to go change the heat or humidity, they will put on a mask prior to moving about in the studio.
  • Once in the studio---we are not going to discuss the virus--we are not going to compare our past experiences with our new, nor put unrealistic expectations on what our class should look or feel like!
  • We are not going to rent mats, towels or let blocks or straps be used. We will not be handing out washcloths at the end of class. These restrictions may be the first to be relaxed.
  • No hands on adjustments or touching students, even hugs, though we surely would like to welcome everyone back!
  • Lockers are not to be used, however; restrooms can be. You figure that out.
  • We recommend washing hands as soon as arrival to the studio and frequently thereafter.

 

With much love and care,
Beth & Leigh.

A humidity above 40%RH combats airborne infection by reducing the quantity of microbes in the air and inhibiting their infectious capability.

Droplets less than 4 microns expelled during breathing, speaking, coughing or sneezing can remain airborne and infectious for hours.

In humidity above 40% supersaturated solutes in the infectious aerosols inactivate the microbes and protect us from infections. The water containing droplets settle faster and have shorter "floating time" than in lower humidity atmospheres.

Below 40%RH infectious droplets lose their water content and become “dry aerosols”. Microbes get incorporated in the dry structures of the solutes, are preserved and remain infectious for longer. "Floating time" and the number of microbes is increased, compared to atmospheres with a humidity greater than 40%RH.

Sources:
- Condair > To Read The Full Article (Low humidity and its effects on airborne infection) Click Here
- To Read a study from Dr. Akiko Iwasaki at Yale University (Low ambient humidity impairs barrier function and innate resistance against influenza infection) Click Here