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Covid-19 Response

This page was updated on 1st April 2022

Our studio remains open under the Red & Orange setting of the traffic light framework. Please take a moment to read through the following points carefully. If you have any questions, concerns or hesitations, we are only an email away.

Your kindness and cooperation is much appreciated.


From the 5th of April we are able to have ALL students back in the studio! And students and parents do not need to scan in anymore. We will still be filming all of our classes for students isolating at home and are well enough to dance and would like to continue taking class during their isolation 



I take pride in our business and how it operates, and would like to highlight the updated policies I have in place at the studio to help our dance families stay healthy and safe. Please take a moment to read the following points thoroughly. Your cooperation is immensely appreciated. 

  • The St Martins Hall faculty will be having the facilities professionally cleaned. 

  • Masks are optional but encouraged as per the official government guidelines Masks can be removed when physically active, with the advice to put them back on when entering and exiting the building, going to the bathroom etc.

  • Frequent and thorough hand-washing is encouraged before and after class to minimise the spread of germs. There will be hand sanitiser available for use at the front door.

  • Please DO NOT attend class if you/your student is feeling under the weather or are still recovering from illness. This greatly reduces the risk of spreading bacteria to other students and their teachers. If you or your child are feeling unwell, I politely ask that you do not visit the dance studio until you are well enough.

  • Anyone who is awaiting a Covid-19 test result should comply with government policies regarding self-isolation.



The health and well-being of our students’ and their whanau are important to us. If you find yourself feeling anxious, overwhelmed, or in need of support, please visit to access a range of different resources and helplines for children and adults.


Kia Kaha.

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