Our community is at the heart of our studio and from the moment we decided to open our doors again, we have worked around the clock to produce a plan of action that keeps our community not only at the heart, but at the forefront of our decisions. Cleanliness and safety have always been amongst our top priorities as a studio but now we’ve strengthened our commitment to both. Below you will find up to date protocols that we at Class Studios have put into place in order to keep our clients, our instructors, and our staff safe and healthy. Please note that these are subject to change, to be fine-tuned and adjusted as we continue to monitor the situation at hand, keeping a close eye on all government and data driven guidelines and mandates.
But First, We Sanitize

As you arrive into the studio our Class Crew, while wearing masks and gloves, will be providing every individual with hand sanitizer before check in.

Temperature Checks

Once sanitized, Class Crew will use a contactless thermometer to measure all client temperatures upon arrival.

Verbal Check Ins

There will be signage on the floors encouraging you to maintain social distance as you verbally check in with the Crew Member at the front desk.

Again, We Are Going Cashless

A simple reminder to update your card on file. Please see “As You Prepare for Class” for more information.


If you’ve made it this far, we know this is a lot to take in but as a studio we are willing to go to great lengths to take care of our community. Now we want to ask the same of you. Aside from following government guidelines and regulations we ask that each individual who walks through our doors understands that although this looks a little different we are all in this together and we must do our part. As a member of the Class Studios Family, we’d like your commitment on the following: As the profound Ludacris once said, “get back, get back.” Please maintain a six foot radius from all individuals and refrain from all person-to-person contact including hugs, high fives, fist bumps, hip checks, and more. If you are feeling even slightly under the weather, be it a cough, tickle in your throat, itchy eye, stomach ache, headache, or more, take advice from Fifth Harmony and “work(out) from home.” And when you step into the studio, we ask that you channel your inner Beyonce, get in “formation” and bring the energy.