Posted: Sat 18th Jul 2020

Deeside Health studio reopens for outdoor sessions as more lockdown measures ease

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Jul 18th, 2020

JS-PT Health Studio has reopened after it – like all other fitness businesses – was forced to close in March due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Connah’s Quay based studio is able to operate outdoor sessions after successfully working online to support clients over the past 4 months.

JS-PT has private outdoor locations where the team are able to offer more than 2metre social distancing, with plenty of cleaning sanitising products on hand to comply with strict regulations.

Head coach Jack Sullivan said, “the reopening of outdoor exercise facilities in small groups followed government and public health guidance to make sure that when people return to the facility to be active, they can do so in a safe environment.

It’s great to be back in a bigger capacity. Whilst we have been busy over lockdown, it’s now great to be making progress in coming out of lockdown.
We have made sure we have a clean, spacious and private area for our clients to use and also provide another service for those who don’t feel ready for the outdoor sessions just yet.”

Jack adds: “When the studio can return to indoor use, there will be signs guiding members on how to act safely and responsibly, similar to the signs used in supermarkets and all making sure to comply with social distancing rules.

Alongside carefully planned session times and numbers, there will be an increase in the cleaning of equipment and touch points and sanitisation stations will be available, to ensure the highest possible standards of hygiene and cleanliness.”

The temporary measures will be adapted as and when government advice changes throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.

Jack and the team at the studio wants to reassure anyone looking to kick start their fitness after lockdown that the facility will be safe, but if they have concerns then staff will be able to explain all the changes by phone on 07715643062 or online [email protected]

 

 

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