update - sunday 25th october 2020

Hi everyone,

We hope you are taking some time each day for yourselves, just to check in, breathe a little deeper and connect.  Once again, we appreciate all of your support and commitment to your health and practice during these ever changing and challenging times.  We look forward to practising together when we can, unfortunately at this stage there is no mention of outdoor classes or any firm studio opening class dates. Please read below the most recent updates from Yoga Australia

We will continue to communicate and update you with any changes.  Let’s keep our positive energy flowing and fingers and toes crossed that we will be together very soon. 

Sending you all love and positivity.
Kim & Leisha


Update for Victoria Sunday October 25th 

Quick update for Victoria. Further changes for Metro were delayed due to the current outbreak, but some news for our Regional Victorian members… From 11.59pm on Tuesday (October 27), indoor gyms and fitness spaces will be open for up to 20 people with a maximum of 10 people per space, and a maximum density of one person per 8 square metres. Here are your links:
https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/statement-premier-78 
https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-10/201025%20-%20Regional%20VIC%20Easing%20Restrictions.pdf
 
 

Update for Victoria – Monday October 19

Yesterday Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews detailed changes to Victoria’s COVID-19 restrictions.
 
In a nutshell, there is little that has changed in terms of Yoga. 
 
Yoga Australia has been in touch with the Government this morning to clarify when Melbourne Yoga Studios will be able to film from their studios and also to seek guidance as to when it is likely Victorians will be able to re-open indoor yoga classes. We await a response from the Victorian State Government.
 
During ongoing communications with the Victorian Government we continue to advocate:
  • For consideration independently of gyms
  • To emphasise the low-risk nature and positive benefits of Yoga
  • To emphasise the inherently small class sizes in many studios and the generally lower levels of exertion compared to other types of personal training
  • That equipment can be BYO and that there is less touching of surfaces and equipment than in other environments
  • That risk is minimised by appropriate adherence to Government guidance and the YA guidelines for re-opening and
  • For the resumption of Yoga Therapy

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