- All people entering the dojo must wear a cloth mask that covers your nose and mouth as per Thurston county health regulations.
- We ask you to monitor your health at home and not come to the dojo if you have a temperature or feel ill.
- When entering the dojo, all participants will have their temperature taken (we have a no-touch thermometer).
- With this new challenge we ask everyone to attend to their own health and consider how they care for others.
Maintaining Health at the Dojo and for Our Practice
- We ask everyone to use hand sanitizer upon arrival at the dojo and periodically during classes as needed.
- Classes will be no touch. Six-foot spacing (two mat squares) between participants will be maintained during classes. Aikido exercises and kata, Jo, bokken, ‘shadow’ techniques, slow individual Aikido movements, and Taiji will be shared.
- Dressing rooms will be closed. Please come dressed to do Aikido.
- Please bring your own water bottle. The water dispenser will be closed.
- We will attempt to hold classes outdoors as much as possible depending on the weather. Classes held outside will meet at the dojo and walk to the park at Capitol Lake.
- We are cleaning the dojo after each class with anti-viral solutions. Doors will be open as much as possible to provide fresh air.