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The call, Blum says, had to be split in two and then extended because there were many who phoned in.

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Dr. Hinshaw specifically named yoga studios as an example of a lower-risk facility. Weve informed our clients well no longer be providing community props or mats, so youll have to bring your own.

Blum says another factor the province has to consider is heavy breathing, because it means six feet (two metres) of distancing isnt enough.

Weve been closed since March 17, like many other businesses, and havent had very much success as far as other programming, says Blum. Our revenue is down 75 per cent.

She also found out in recent days that YogaNation will qualify for a $40,000 loan under the federal Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA), which the prime minister announced in April. Qualifications were expanded late last month.

More details on the provinces second stage of relaunch are expected this coming week.

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