As part of Phase 2 of BC’s Restart Plan, facilities which offer services such as dance, yoga, and martial arts can reopen as of May 19 if they meet physical distancing requirements and safety guidelines. Any facility wishing to reopen must develop a plan that follows safety measures outlined by the provincial health officer and WorkSafeBC.

The Seikido Federation / Coastal Union Muay Thai Club has worked with an environmental health and safety consultant to ensure that we have taken all the necessary measures for a re-opening that exceeds industry standards. Through an inspection and consulting process, we have developed a protocol that meets WorkSafeBC compliance and Fraser Health standards.

  • All classes are pre-assigned and limited in size.

  • 15 minutes is allocated between each class to prevent overlapping of students. This time is also used to disinfect the mats, reception area, and any equipment used.

  • Only students are permitted inside the dojo. No new students are being accepted until further notice

  • All students must show up to their scheduled class on time. We will only allow students inside the dojo 5 minutes before class in order to avoid overlapping. Late students will not be accepted.

  • All students must be wearing their uniform upon arrival. 

  • All students are permitted to wear masks during class.

  • Bring a full water bottle. The water machine will not be available.

  • Upon entering the dojo, students must sanitize their hands. Students who display symptoms of illness will be sent home.

  • Bathroom use is for emergencies only. Our upstairs student lounge and change room are closed.