-Lobby and student lounge are closed
-No parents are permitted inside, if you need to communicate please email us and schedule a phone call.
-Studio to remained locked until 5 minutes before class start time. Please do not leave children unattended outside of the building.
- Students to go directly into the studio with belongings and set them in designated spaces. No congregating in the lobby or lounge
- Upon entering the building students are to have temperature checked, sanitize hands, and wear a mask.
-MASKS ARE REQUIRED UPON ENTRANCE INTO BUILDING. Once we begin classes, masks may be removed by students if preferred.
- Students are to dance in designated socially distanced personal dance spaces marked on the studio floor.
-Students to bring their own water, as our dispenser s now closed as well.
-Class sizes are capped at smaller than normal allowance.
-While we are doing what we can to minimize risks of exposure to COVID-19, it is ultimately up to parents discretion to allow students to participate in group exercise. Parents are required to sign a liability waiver acknowledging there is an inherent risk and notifying us if their student has any underlying illness that places them at a higher risk.
- For any student who is uncomfortable in a group setting, we are happy to provide private lesson packages or semi-private packages.
- WHAT IF a student or faculty member reports a positive case of COVID-19.
- The Studio Savannah will close immediately for 3-7 days to allow time to notify anyone who has been in contact with said person. During this time period, we will move to online live ZOOM classes while allowing time for anyone who has been exposed to get tested. Also giving us time to deep clean and sanitize our space. Anyone who has had a positive case will need to provide a medical test clearing them before re-entry into the studio. In the case that we switch to online format for a temporary amount of time, refunds will not be applicable.
- Any faculty member or student who suspects they have been directly exposed to COVID-19 will need to notify the studio immediately and will only be admitted back into the studio after a 14 days quarantine and/or with a medical test clearing them.
● Considerations for dancers wearing masks
○ A mask will make it harder to breathe during exercise initially and dancers should self-monitor
for symptoms of: lightheadedness, dizziness, numbness or tingling, and shortness of breath
○ Monitor the intensity of your class/workout as you get used to wearing a mask during exercise
■ Your body will adapt over a few weeks to wearing a mask
○ If you start to feel dizzy, imbalanced, or over fatigued stop your activity and rest
○ Do your best not to remove your mask during class or rehearsal. If you do need to remove your
mask, dispose of single use masks in the trash or place a reusable mask into its own sealable bag, wash your hands and/or use an alcohol based hand sanitizer letting it dry for 30 seconds and then replace it with a clean one.
○ Dancers may require multiple masks to get through the day
○ If your mask becomes saturated with moisture from breathing or sweat you need to change
into a dry mask.
■ A wet mask is less efficient at filtering bacteria and viruses
○ Masks should only be worn once and then replaced with a fresh mask.
○ All reusable masks should be cleaned ideally in a washer with hot water and soap and then
dried in a dryer prior to next use. Ironing on the highest setting can also disinfect after washing
○ There are now multiple commercial reusable mask options available for use during