Saturday 10th October
This page will be updated as and when there is anything to announce, but there are a few things we need to think about:
What to bring to class?
Recovering form COVID 19 and need some reassurance on exercise?
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) has launched a short film to guide Covid-19 patients on the road to recovery. Getting adequate rest is vital for people recovering from Covid-19, but too much rest can slow recovery down, weaken muscles and make injuries more likely.
Face covering exemption card?
You DO NOT need a card for class, but it might be useful when shopping or out and about.
A hidden disability is a disability that may not be immediately obvious.
Hidden disabilities don't have physical signs and include learning difficulties, mental health as well as mobility, speech, visual or hearing impairments. They can also include asthma, COPD, and other lung conditions as well as chronic illnesses such as renal failure, diabetes, and sleep disorders when those diseases significantly impact day-to-day life.
The Hidden Disabilities face-covering exempt card indicates that the wearer has a hidden disability and has a reasonable excuse for not wearing a face covering.
If you have a hidden disability you can apply for a Face Covering exemption card.