Please note you only need to fill these forms in once 

 

Please inform the Physiotherapist if you are in this group.

 

People  at moderate risk from coronavirus  include  people who: 

 

  •   are 70 or older 

  •   have a lung condition that's not severe (such as asthma, COPD,      emphysema or  bronchitis) 

  •   have heart disease (such as heart failure) 

  •    have diabetes 

  •    have chronic  kidney disease 

  •    have liver disease (such as hepatitis) 

  •    have a condition affecting the brain or nerves (such as Parkinson's     disease, motor  neurone disease, multiple sclerosis or cerebral palsy) 

  •    have a condition that  means they have a high risk of getting infections 

  •   are taking medicine that can affect the immune  system  (such as low doses  of steroids) 

  •    are very obese (a BM] of  40 or above) 

  •    are pregnant— see advice about  pregnancy  and coronavirus 
     

Coming to Classes at the Studio

I am pleased that you are considering returning to classes at the studio . I ask you to read the following information before making your booking.

We hope to start Live classes at the studio from 7.9.2020,. A class timetable will be released soon.

With current restrictions we are able to fit 7 clients into the studio. To maintain Social Distancing the Physiotherapist will teach the class from her own mat.

We ask you to bring your own mat and towel with you and band if you have one.

We have followed the Government Guidelines for opening Gyms / Studios and advice from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy  / PHE to provide a co-vid safe enviroment for us all to work in.

I ask anyone who feels unwell or is living with someone who is unwell not to attend the class. Please complete and submit the  Co-VID Screening questionnaire and Medical Questionnaire at least 48 hours before the class.You will not be able to attend the class if these forms have not been submitted.

In line with CSP guidelines of Virtual first, prior to to your first class you will receive a telephone call from the Physio taking to check you are comfortable with all that is involved in returning to the studio and check your health details.

Below are some details of how things will work on the day

 

Information for Clients attending Live Pilates Classes at the studio

  1. Please arrive at the studio at least 10 minutes before the start of the class. The door will be locked until 15 mins before the start of the class. Please maintain social distancing while waiting outside the clinic and on entering and leaving the studio when not on your mat. In bad weather, you can wait in your car as long as it is parked within sight of our entrance. The Physiotherapist will unlock the door and invite you in. Latecomers will not be allowed to enter the class.

  2.  Please bring your own mask or face covering to wear until you take your place on your mat and you will need to wear it again when you leave your mat. We do have a small supply if you forget. We will not be wearing masks during the class.

  3. You will need to bring your own mat, towel and equipment with you. The Physiotherapist will let you know if any extra equipment will be needed in advance. Please bring minimal personal belongings with you into the building.Please avoid bringing handbags.  

  4. There are markers on the floor in the studio to identify where you should place your mat. All mats are at least 2m apart.

  5. All Physiotherapists will stay on their mat in line with Government Guidelines re maintaining social Distancing in studio settings.They  will give individual verbal feedback throughout the class.

  6.  You will need to complete the Co-Vid 19 Screening Questionnaire and medical Questionnaire and submit them approximately 48 hours before your first class. (This will only need to be done for your first class)

  7. The Physiotherapist will check your temperature using an electronic forehead thermometer and verbally complete the Co-Vid 19 screening questionnaire in the entrance lobby. Anyone with a temperature of over 37.8 degrees will not be allowed to proceed further.

  8. Hand Sanitiser will be available to use at the entrance/exit of the clinic

  9. The Physiotherapist will be wearing PPE as per PHE Guidelines, this is FII mask and gloves to check your temperature.

  10. a Bench will be available in the landing outside the studio and one in the studio for you to sit on to remove shoes. You will be able to keep your shoes on the plastic sheet beside your mat.

  11. There will be a 25-minute gap between classes allowing for all the hard surfaces that have been touched  to be wiped down using disinfectant wipes. The floor will be cleaned with bleach solution between each class. .

  12. The class may be delivered on Zoom at the same time therefore we ask participants to dress appropriately and respect all other participants both live and virtual.

  13. Windows will be kept open to maintain good ventilation

  14. If you becomes ill with Symptoms of Cov-id 19 within 48 hours of attending the class, we ask you to let me know as soon as possible so I can let all your class mates know that they need to be tested including myself.

  15. If the clinic is contacted by track and trace we may be required to share your contact details with them.

  16.  If you use the toilet, wipes will be provided for you to clean anything you have touched including door handles.

Any queries please contact Anne Burr on 07814776047 prior to your appointment