Giant Outdoor ‘Yoga Domes’ Let People Join Exercise Classes Without Worrying About Spreading The Coronavirus – Design You Trust

Giant Outdoor ‘Yoga Domes’ Let People Join Exercise Classes Without Worrying About Spreading The Coronavirus


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Sick of Zoom fitness classes? If you’re in Toronto, Ontario, a new pop-up yoga studio has you covered, offering private bubble domes for touch-free sessions, a safe distance away from other yogis.

More: LMNTS Outdoor Studio h/t: businessinsider


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Each person who participates in the yoga classes gets their own private dome, with over 110 square feet of space inside, according to LMNTS Outdoor Studio, which is running the event.


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Instructors lead the yoga sessions from a raised podium so participants can follow along, and provide verbal instruction through an audio system.


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There are also video displays arranged around the area to help make sure everyone can see the instructor, according to the website.


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Participants have their temperature taken prior to the yoga class to screen for fever, a common symptom of COVID-19.


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According to the event website, professional cleaning staff sanitize every dome before and after each session. Hand sanitizer is also available for class participants.


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Participants must sign up in advance and present a photo ID on entry. They’re also screened via no-contact temperature checks and asked about any other coronavirus symptoms before being allowing to enter the domes.


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The classes cost between $US24 and $US33 each, depending on how many you buy. They’re sold in package of 3, 5, 7 or 20.


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