What It’s Like Back in the Dojo
It’s been over four, long, months but at last the doors to the dojo are open. Entering into this familiar haven of fitness and zen feels like such a relief. Many of you have already turned up, wasting no time to get back into the swing of training. But for those of you who have yet to re-enter, here’s a rundown of what’s going on inside the dojo.
Apart from the familiar setting, the excitement of entering and the aura of passion and energy pulsing within, you’ll notice a plethora of safety measures in place. In order to ensure the safety of our students and staff, we’ve made it mandatory for all people entering to wear a face mask. This is a must. In addition, you’ll notice our senseis hard at work constantly sanitising mats, walls, and all corners of the dojo in between sessions. Hand sanitiser is readily available and upon entry everyone has their temperature tested (distantly with a laser pointer). To make sure that everyone is as safe as possible, we’ve reduced our class sizes, it is necessary for you to book in for each class in advance. You can book in here.
Of course, safety is a top priority, but we don’t let it take away from our sensei’s signature champion level instructing. Each class is just as professional and exhilarating as ever, leaving you feeling equally invigorated and exhausted with a sense of serious accomplishment.
We’re so excited to be back; the turnout and enthusiasm from our students has been amazing. We look forward to seeing you in the dojo soon too!
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