Important Information Regarding COVID-19
We are sad to report that we have made the difficult decision to temporarily close our offices to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Your health and well-being is our priority and we feel a strong social responsibility to keep our staff, instructors and students, along with our loved ones in the community safe and healthy.
Even though our office is closed right now, we recognize, now more than ever, how important it is for us to continue to power health and wellness in our community. Because of this, we will make every effort to connect with you via email or voicemail during this temporary closure. We cannot assure you that contact will be made but we will make an effort to return your message with the latest updates we have available at the time of your message.
We look forward to supporting you during this challenging time and, even though our doors are closed and registering for classes via our website will NOT be available, our virtual contact will try to remain timely!
Together, as a community, we will get through this and we will all come out stronger.
We will continue to evaluate the situation daily and will keep you updated as anything changes in our operations.
We appreciate your continued support and we all hope to be back together in normal operations very soon. Until then, stay cautious, stay smart, stay strong and importantly: stay healthy!
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