So, we have gone from ‘everyone to be careful’ to ‘don’t go out’ and now we have passed the is ‘OK to go for a walk’ stage and we are entering the ‘you can resume life’ but it will be a ‘new normal’ whatever that may look like.
I remain optimistic that we will all be back again - but not just yet.
There has been a flurry of excitement in the fitness and dance world that we can all resume classes…but…I am not sugar coating the issues:
Cleanliness: while the hall management do all they can, it is my responsibility, before you enter the building and after the class to:
Track and trace:
This is one thing I do not need to worry about as I keep a weekly register and I have all of your details.
I cannot expect you to get on buses or car share with people not in your bubble- especially if you have been isolating since March.
So, while we are all excited at getting back- my honest feeling is that we should wait until September and see what happens then.
In the meanwhile- has your ‘communication’ network changed during lock down?
Enough of the doom and gloom. Life has been interesting here. I have walked almost every street within 3 miles of my home and we have got shopping down to a fine art - in and out in less than half an hour. My aim to leave lockdown no heavier than we went ‘in’ is on track. No lighter- but no heavier!
I think I am keeping John Lewis open with online shopping and my trips out are limited to shopping, and tea in my mum and sisters garden but the cricket is back and I have discovered podcasts and Spotify.
So, what can we do between now and then?
Feeling stiff and sluggish?
Exercise With Tracy
EXTEND Exercise and Medau Movement teacher. Keeping the muscles working, the joints mobile and having fun!