RETURNING TO DANCE
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have put further measures in place to ensure our practice is as safe as possible and so we can continue to enjoy moving together!
We believe in the power of the Arts to positively impact the health, fitness and wellbeing of communities and individuals, whilst also developing creativity, building confidence, reducing stress and anxiety, developing life skills and combatting isolation. Due to the COVID19 pandemic, now, more than ever, the Arts are a vital instrument in combatting some of the negative impacts of the pandemic, such as social isolation, poor mental health, fitness and wellbeing.
On the 25th July 2020 the Government announced that Dance Studios could reopen following guidance for the performing arts, grass-roots sports & out of school providers. We are committed to working to these guidelines, following guidance provided by the UK body for Dance, One Dance UK, and working with our respective venues and partner organisations to ensure we can safely return to dance, adapting as and when necessary!
Decisions for activities to recommence will be considered individually and based upon the guidance above, the nature of the activity, participants attending and capacity and suitability of the venue. As you can appreciate, we are in ever changing times and will endeavour to keep you updated via email. Information will also be available to access via our this webpage and direct from your Blue Moose Artist.
For further information on the changes we are making and plans we have put in place please read the following:
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