Health being at the center of our concerns, we of course respect the restrictions of the Federal Council and those of the cantons. Our courses resumed almost normally on June 6 with a limit of 30 people per course in Neuchâtel, 20 people in Biel. We are delighted to be able to train with physical contact again.
Please note, however, that to minimize the (bad) chances that the virus will not spread again, we are going to do “Japanese”-style training.
At the Hombu Dojo in Tokyo, once you have chosen a partner, you train with him / her throughout the training. Without changing partners.
So, as of Saturday June 6, our training will be inspired by this model – after the warm-up, the trainer will build groups of 3-4 people who will remain unchanged for the duration of the course in question. These people only train with each other during this training.
Second important thing: we can be a maximum of 4 people in the changing rooms. Make sure that everyone is responsible for their behavior (be quick to change!), So that this phase of deconfinement goes smoothly.
In June, thank you gifts to our members for their support during confinement
For all child and adult members who supported us during the confinement months by paying their contributions normally (this does not apply to new members, nor to those in lessons à la carte):
- During the month of June you can practice as much as you want, whatever your subscription
- 2 Courses seminars for children: children from Neuchâtel can go to Biel, and vice-versa, but priority is given first to children from the dojo where the course takes place. In Neuchâtel – Saturday morning, June 13 (9:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.). In Biel – Saturday morning, June 20 (9:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.).
- For adult members, Exam preparation courses offered (in preparation for the summer internship) for adults:
The Monday evening training sessions Aikido (6:45 p.m. – 8:10 p.m.) and Meditation (8:20 p.m. – 9:20 p.m.) as well as Wednesday evening Japanese Yoga (8:20 p.m. – 9:20 p.m.) are replayed in streaming for our members who cannot come to the Dojo or who are far away, abroad, etc.