Here’s the latest Covid-19 Protocol at SYJ:
- Mask Requirements
- With the lifting of mask mandates in Norwalk, SYJ is a mask optional studio. We are subject all local mandates.
- We are operating at reduced capacity. This is not a state a requirement, we do this to protect our clients.
- Advanced bookings are required for all classes.
- Contactless Booking & Check-in.
- No late entry allowed at this time
- Please arrive 15 minutes before class start time to ensure for a smooth transition at the start of classes and allow uninterrupted centering.
- Increased cleaning by staff
- The studio & bathrooms will be cleaned with a hospital-grade sanitizer between classes, to include all surfaces and the floors.
- We encourage you to bring your own props (blocks, blankets & mats). No mats are being loaned at this time.
- Please bring your own water bottle and towel.
- Hands-free sanitizing stations available at the entrances and exits and within the studio itself & hand sanitizer will be available in bathrooms.
- Touch-less towel and soap dispensers available in our bathrooms.
- Shoes are not permitted to be worn in the studio.
- SYJ’s cancelation policy is 6 pm the night before. You will be charged for the class if you cancel later than this. Members will be charged a single class fee for late cancelations & no shows. We are operating at 50% capacity, as such this policy is being strictly adhered to at this time. Please consider this prior to signing up in advance and mark your calendars if you plan on attending.
At SYJ we remain committed to maintaining our high standards of health and hygiene, but we are going to need your help too. Here’s what we are asking of you:
If you are sick, stay home. If you have experienced any of the following symptoms in the last 14 days we ask that you not come to SYJ’s studio:
- Shortness of breath
- Loss of smell/taste
- Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
By choosing to attend a class at Saraswati’s Yoga Joint, even with the above mentioned safety measures, you acknowledge and accept the additional risks associated with the global health pandemic COVID-19.