In the US, daily COVID-19 cases hit a record high on Friday, recording 45,242, the most significant one-day leap of an entire viral pandemicSeveral states, including Texas, Florida, and California (states with current outbreaks), are currently reviewing their opening plans.
The appearance of the second wave of coronavirus can be problematic for gyms and fitness rooms that have recently opened, because health workers can quickly close these facilities.
One of the possible alternatives that fitness centers could take to satisfy healthcare officials in the age of social distance is yoga domes.
A Toronto Canada yoga pop-up at Hotel X on Lake Ontario has 50 yoga bubbles that are 7 feet high and 12 feet wide.
Each bubble is equipped with heating and cooling systems, which allows class visitors to practice safe yoga, minimizing the risks of transmission of the virus.
“Domes are our design. We actually manufacture them here in Canada, ”said Steve Georgiev, the organizer of yoga events. Reuters,
Classes began last week and are taught by Lmnts Outdoor Studio in association with local yoga studios in the Greater Toronto area.
“Over the past few months, everyone was really locked up and could not go out,” said Georgiev. “This allows us to do this in a safe and responsible way where people can enjoy … group fitness classes in a private environment.”
The world of social distancing will be here until the proven vaccine appears and appears in serial production. So, meanwhile, get used to it Covid bubbles if it’s in a yoga studio or in restaurants,