COVID-19 Policies and Considerations

Last Updated: 2021-10-08 17:37:03

Thanks for taking the time to read this page. During this time we are required to manage and mitigate the risk of transmission and spread of COVID-19, to protect the health and wellbeing of each other and those we come into contact with.

I appreciate you being aware of these policies and working within them.

The following policies will be in place until further notice and will be reviewed and modified as necessary, in line with Australian and NSW Government policies and laws.
Due to tighter Covid-19 restrictions in Greater Sydney, group classes are currently only online. 1:1 Personal Training can still take place outdoors, face to face with the following requirements:

Conditions Of Attendance

The following rules will be in place for session attendance:

  1. All session attendees are required to complete a COVID-19 checkin at each session, via the Service NSW QR Code as well as you sanitiser before session starts. This will be made available at each session.
  2. If you are experiencing ANY symptoms of illness you are not able to attend.
  3. If you are required to self-quarantine, have travelled overseas in the last 2 weeks, have been in close contact with someone known to have Covid-19, please adhere to your self-quarantine requirements and do not attend.
  4. All attendees will be required to use hand sanitiser before and after each class.
  5. Clients will need to bring their own exercise mat and/or towel. You will not be able to participate in a session without a towel/mat.
  6. Sanitising wipes will be available for all to use on their own equipment before, during and after class.
  7. Please bring your own resistance bands to each sessions. If you do not have any, you will be provided with one on request for you to keep and bring to each session.
  8. All equipment provided by me will be cleaned and sanitised before, during and after the sessions.
  9. Physical distancing will be required to be maintained throughout sessions.

Bringing Children to Classes

Children can not currently attend Personal Training sessions.

Conditions Of Attendance

The following rules will be in place for class attendance:

  1. All class attendees are required to complete a COVID-19 checkin at each class, either via the Service NSW QR Code as well as you sanitiser before class starts. This will be made available at each class.
  2. All class attendees are required to be double vaccinated adults (including the trainer).
  3. If you are experiencing ANY symptoms of illness you are not able to attend.
  4. If you are required to self-quarantine, have travelled overseas in the last 2 weeks or have been in close contact with someone known to have Covid-19, please adhere to your self-quarantine requirements and do not attend.
  5. All attendees will be required to bring there covid vaccination certficate to show they are double vaccinated and to have on hand in case police perform a check.
  6. All attendees will be required to use hand sanitiser before and after each session.
  7. Everyone will need to bring their own exercise mat and/or towel.
  8. Sanitising wipes will be available for all to use on their own equipment before, during and after sessions.
  9. Please bring your own resistance bands to each session. If you do not have any, you will be provided with one on request for you to keep and bring to each session.
  10. All equipment provided by me will be cleaned and sanitised before, during and after the sessions. Attendees will be asked to wipe down equipment when changing equipment.
  11. Physical distancing will be required to be maintained throughout all sessions, inline with the 1.5m rule, as specified by NSW Government.

Bringing Children to Sessions

The following rules will be in place for bringing children to Mid-Morning classes:

  1. Children attending classes will need to adhere to physical distancing (except with their Mum) and not allowd to come in contact with class equipment.
  2. Where age appropriate, children are to remain in their own pram, where they are likely to move around and not be able to follow the 1.5m distancing rule with equipment and people outside of their family.