COVID-19 Safety Plan
As the state continues to provide guidance and regulations for businesses to remain open we are working diligently to ensure that our UKM members can train safely. As we move forward know that we are taking many precautions to ensure the safety of our members and their families as well as society as a whole, and we plan to be responsive and adjust our training methodology, class times, degree of contact, and more as needed to maintain everyone's safety. Please keep in mind this is a very fluid situation and things can change quickly, as we've seen, so we ask for your patience as we move forward.
As a local business, we appreciate our members adhering to our safety guidelines so that we can remain open and offer the highest level of training.
We have elevated our cleaning schedule, sanitize and disinfect all equipment regularly.
In-person classes will be limited to 16 students per class. Students must register online for in-person classes at https://www.unifiedkravmaga.com/book-online.
Unified Krav Maga
COVID-19 Student Guidelines
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend we all take sensible steps to protect ourselves and others. This is essential to slow down the spread of any virus. When participating in our martial arts instruction you acknowledge you are responsible for safeguarding yourself and the others in the studio.
All instructors and members must wear face masks/coverings at all times.
All personal and UKM equipment used must be disinfected after each class.
All instructors and members will maintain social distancing guidelines within the gym when possible.
Do not come to class if you or anyone in your family or household has been sick or has had any potential symptoms.
If you or anyone in your family or household has been in contact with anyone that has since been diagnosed with COVID-19, please do not come to class.
There will be no spectators, including children, allowed during class times.
All instructors and students must follow basic hygiene guidelines prior to coming to each class, including washing your hands, wearing clean clothes to train in, and using hand sanitizer prior to entering class.
As we are entering the winter months, there will be plenty of coughing and other symptoms of colds. It is vital that we do not pass off coughing, sneezing, congestion as something minor. For the safety of everyone, proceed as if you have a virus.
We can not perfectly monitor social distancing during martial arts training. Student participation in class means you are accepting the risk of potential proximity to other students, staff, and parents in the studio.