August 17, 2020
Our guiding principle for the past 12 years has always been to provide a welcoming, safe environment that improves the health of our community. We're still very much committed to those values and are working to reflect that in the way we choose to reopen.
You'll notice quite a few changes upon your next visit to Melt. Below are the highlights of our reopening plan, along with items you should plan to bring with you on your next visit. If you're interested in a detailed picture of the additional precautions we're taking to be a leader in the health & fitness community, check out our Covid-19 Guidelines, or e-mail Ben (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the full plan. Our goal is to meet or exceed all best-practice recommendations set forth by the CDC, DHS, and WEDC.
All of that said, we're really looking forward to seeing all of you! Thank you so much for continuing to support our practice and studio. Please let us know if you have any questions.
In good health,
Ben and Mona
August 17, 2020
The studio has been divided into four quadrants, so every client will have their own section, giving clients and trainers more than 6' of distance at all times.
The air throughout the building is being purified with Needle Point Bi-Polar Ionization Technology. The air quality test conducted by Innovation Bioanalysis on June 2, 2020 demonstrated a 99.4% kill rate of Covid-19.
Every piece of equipment will be wiped down by the trainer after every client/use, ensuring that each item has been disinfected.
We have increased our daily cleaning schedule to follow all CDC, DHS, and WEDC guidelines, using cleaning products that have been approved by the EPA.
We require every person in the studio to bring/wear their own mask for the safety of everyone in the space.
If you're sick in any way, please stay home!
What To Bring To Your Session: Face Mask, Water Bottle, Towel.
Life Number Two
February 19, 2016
Life Number Two. For most of us, it’s difficult to imagine how our lives would change after a cancer diagnosis; yet, so many of us have been in close proximity to the disease, supporting friends and family undergoing treatment.
Our own Mona Melms and melt client Samantha Mergen share an incredible story of surviving cancer, beating the odds, and enjoying Life Number Two.
Thank you very much to Nicole Sandler and Promega for telling their story.Life Number Two Article