Jonathan Sattin and Raakhe Thompson explain how they are ensuring maximum customer safety on the return to Triyoga classes. Find out how you can work safely here.
My name is Jonathan Sattin, I’m the founder and MD of triyoga. We have yoga, pilates and treatment centres - five of them in London. Pre Covid we had about 750 classes per week, and when we closed those temporarily we cut that down to 108 online classes per week. We will be reopening on 30th July and here to tell you more about that is Raakhee Thompson.
We’re looking forward to welcoming our students back to triyoga, but ensuring their experience is as safe as possible. Upon entry they can expect to have their temperature checked and also there are hand sanitisation points across all of our studios. Within the studios themselves we have floor markings and mat markers to comply with social distancing guidelines. We’re also limiting the use of props within classes, we’re reducing the number of classes that we have during the day and the number of students that can attend those classes. And finally we’ve invested heavily in technology and air filtration devices to keep the air that we breathe nice and safe.