As Toronto moves into Red, we will be open while following new Toronto Public Health guidelines.
Auto-pay memberships that have been on hold will be reactivated starting Sunday, November 15th, to allow for bookings for Monday, November 16th.
Individual passes remain active; if your pass expired during our closure(s), contact the office and we will extend commensurate with the duration of our lockdown.
To ensure an orderly and safe screening and admissions process, when visiting, we expect all members to be queued up outside, ten minutes before their scheduled time, so that we can perform our screening and temperature checking.
In accordance with the Province of Ontario’s declaration on June 27, 2020, restrictions governing indoor sports and recreational facilities are lifted for the indoor training of our recreational and competition members of Muay Thai Ontario, a officially recognized Provincial Sports Organization.
In the following sections, you’ll see all the steps you need to do to resume (or start!) training with us, as well as details of what Lotus Fitness and Thai Boxing is doing to keep our coaches, athletes, and members safe.
Increased Ventilation – Windows and exterior doors opened to increase fresh airflow intake
Suspension of Muay Thai activities such as partner padwork, sparring, and clinching until further notice
Locked Door Policy – To prevent non-participants from even entering the building unannounced
With the very dramatic change in living and working conditions (Work from home, School and Childcare closures, etc.) it is very difficult for us to forecast and understand demand for the scheduling of classes.
To keep things very simple as we navigate, in the first week or two of re-opening, we will run classes Monday to Friday at 6PM, and Saturday and Sundays at 10AM.
Shortly thereafter, we will add back weekday morning classes, weekday midday classes, as well as our Kids program, based on demand.