COVID  Proof of Vaccination & Attendance

As of April 29, 2022  proof of vaccination or approved medical exemption will not be required


Additional Pandemic terms:

In the event of a pandemic, students who can no longer attend due to medical exemptions must produce evidence of such and may have unused classes credited as :   

✨ Account Credit held by us to be used towards a future purchase
✨ Extension of Pilates expiry dates for the time medically unable to attend
✨ There will be no extensions on pole course expiry dates

Deposits & Payments remain non-refundable. Please see our Attendance Policy




 1. COVID-19 vaccination
• Proof of Vaccination is not required after April 29,2022
• Masks are no longer required from April 29, 2022

2. Contact registration
• Contact  registration is no longer required 

3. Physical and social distancing
• Class attendance is by booking only
• Class sizes are limited to comply with venue numbers and social distancing requirements
• Pilates mats are to be covered with a towel or mat  and placed to allow for a minimum of 2sqm per person.
• Poles and Pilates Reformers are spaced 2m apart allowing for a minimum of 2sqm per person.
• Reception area is marked with signs for social distancing
• All Classes have a gap of a minimum 10 minutes and clients are asked to vacate promptly after their session

4. Ventilation
• Core Fusion Pilates & Pole runs a large HVAC / fresh air ventilation system at all times in line with Public Venue requirements

5. Hygiene
• Cleaning products used –  Antibacterial sprays & wipes & Aeris Active - Hospital-grade disinfection
• We will ensure  thorough  and  regular  cleaning  of  common  contact  surfaces,  ‘high  touch’  items  and  shared  amenities,  such  as  door handles,  taps,  EFTPOS  keypads and stair railings
• We encourage online and contactless cashless payments
• Cleaning will be completed often, both during and after classes
• A commercial cleaner is contracted for regular full studio cleans
• Soap is supplied in all bathrooms and Hand sanitisers available at various locations
• Disposable Paper towels have been installed in bathrooms for hand drying
• Disposable antibacterial wipes are supplied in all studios
• We have a minimum 10 minute breaks between all classes for cleaning and changeover time
• Clients will bring their own mats & bands or any equipment that cannot be easily cleaned
• Poles are cleaned with Methylated spirits after each use
Pilates Reformers are cleaned with detergent after each use

6. Training and education
• Staff have all completed the Australian COVID-19 infection control training
• Staff and students have all been advised on restrictions,  policies  and  procedures and any  new measures by email, social media, on our website and signage throughout the studio
• All Staff and Students have been fully Vaccinated
• Signage is displayed around the venue

7. Compliance
• I am aware that in addition to the legal obligations arising from the Emergency Management Act 2005 and the Directions made under that Act, I must continue to comply with relevant existing legislation and regulations, including WorkSafe legislation.

8. Response planning
• All Classes are by prior booking only and within set class times .
• Client attendance is recorded for every class
• Anyone attending the premises is required to be fully vaccinated or have approved medical exemption and to sign in on the Safe WA App or paper register
• Details are kept on record in the Wellness Living system for each client including, but not limited to,
  * Full name, contact details (phone, address, email, DOB) and emergency contact
  * All classes attended (date and time)
• If we become aware that someone with a case of COVID-19 has been on our premises, we will notify the state public health unit and those who would have been in attendance at the time.
• If we become aware that someone with a case of COVID-19 has been on our premises we will instigate a deep clean of the areas they attended
• We will regularly review our COVID-19 risk management controls and safety and health issues, in consultation with staff  and  assess  and  decide  whether  any  changes  or  additional  control  measures are required.

 Updated by Joanna Littlewood-Johnson, Director, April 26 2022