What we are doing…
We are committed to the health and safety of our students, families, staff and the community as a whole as we navigate the COVID-19 crisis together. Move Yourself Dance will be implemented a number of safety measures and cleaning procedures as we re-open to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
We are updating this page periodically to share details about how we are adjusting to changes in our operations and to keep you informed. As new information is released that affect our business, you can find the latest updates on this page. We encourage parents, families and students to be patient with us and our staff as we potentially update and change our guidelines and accommodations to meeting AHS and CDC rules and regulations.
Move Yourself Dance is committed to following and exceeding all guidelines set forth for cleaning and offering a safe environment for our students as we return to our new normal. If you have any questions regarding our protocols on COVID safety, please do not hesitate to reach out anytime.
We have included our studio COVID Procedures, COVID Protocol Map & Waiver for parents to view. As well as will be posting our cleaning routines once we have these finalized.
Covid 19 Procedures
How will Move Yourself Dance be ensuring our studio spaces are disinfected and safe for students and staff?
We are using a product called VitalOxide, a hospital grade cleaning solution that is applied using a fogger to cover large spaces to disinfect our studios and common areas daily. The product is non-toxic and will not induce respiratory or skin irritation. You can find information on the product and it’s approval from the Government of Canada here:
On top of using this disinfectant on floors, barres, door handles, bathrooms and all high touch areas, we are using DIN disinfecting wipes between groups of students as well.
How will we maintain social distancing between dancers?
While it may not always be possible to maintain proper distancing between dancers in class, we endeavour to keep them safe by using floor marking systems, reminding the students to distance regularly and by modifying our classroom activities (no holding hands, partner work etc) to support distancing.