When you sign up to our online classes you are responsible for the risk assessment of your practise area and equipment. Please make sure that you have a clear area to exercise in and that you do not have any trip hazards. You are responsible for your own safety during your participation in online classes. If you have an injury you must disclose this to your instructor before you take part in any session. Please make sure that you listen carefully to the instruction, modify when necessary and rest if needed. Make sure you have plenty of water to drink.
If you are watching an online pre recorded tutorial please make sure you warm up and cool down properly using the pre recorded sessions available for free on our Vimeo channel https://vimeo.com/lakitadance .
TERMS & CONDITIONS
It is not permitted to watch these links in large groups.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you feel sufficiently warmed up throughout each class before attempting any exercises. If you do not feel fully warmed up, pause the class and take some extra time to continue your warm up.
If you are injured you must notify us before each class. You must take extra care when taking part in the livestream classes and don’t push yourself further than your limit. You must also obtain permission from your doctor prior to starting the stretching classes to ensure that it is safe for you to participate.
You must ensure that you have a stretching mat available for use during every class. Make sure that you are stretching on your mat, on a flat, even surface with no obstructions or hazardous objects nearby.
If you are pregnant you must notify us before purchase classes.
These classes are suitable for all levels but not recommended for complete exercise beginners.
If a something feels too advanced for you, please sit it out and resume on the next exercise that you feel more comfortable with.
LaKiTa is not responsible for any injury or damage caused during and after each class. This includes, but is not limited to, injuries as result of insufficient warm-up, incorrect performance of stretches and over-stretching, over exertion.