11.19.2020

 

Hello,

As we head into December and the end of a year that has challenged America like no other, we are provided a stark reminder that time does not stand still. As the one year mark approaches since the arrival of the COVID-19 virus to these shores, and as violence and disorder continue to plague our cities, we are reminded that it is first and foremost our own responsibility to take care of and protect ourselves and our loved ones should trouble find us. Krav Maga Kentucky strive to provide a safe and professional environment for our members to grow and become not only confident but also competent individuals, able to enforce boundaries that should never be crossed.

 

With that said,  just yesterday Gov. Andy Beshear announced new mandates for Kentucky. The new mandates are in place until December 13th. We strive to be open during this time with restricted hours and semi private lessons available to our members. Schedule will be updated daily with any changes. Please make sure we have your current email address so you will receive updates as they become available.

KMKY Restrictions will be in place, such as mandatory masks during training, temperature checks, hand washing, and sanitizing pads and equipment as usually after training. 

I bet you are a little bit like us and want to continue training, we will do everything we can to provide training over the next three weeks, even if its restricted, any training is better than no training.

We hope to see you all sticking with us trough this challange...

Please feel free to reach out with questions.

info@kravmagakentucky.com

Best regards,

Robert & Lindsay Jansen

Team KMKY

 

PS you can read more about the mandates here:

According to the information available today 11.19.20

The governor has announced several what he called "targeted" steps designed to slow the virus, including new limits on crowds, venues, restaurants, bars and schools.

These changes will be in effect from 5 p.m. Friday to 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 13:

  • Private gatherings - Must be limited to current household plus one other household and no more than 8 people total.

  • Indoor venues, event spaces, theaters - No more than 25 people allowed. This includes funerals and weddings, but not church.

  • Restaurants and bars - No more indoor dining. Outdoor service, delivery and to-go will be permitted. Beshear did say a $40 million fund is being launched to assist those impacted by the restriction.

  • Gyms, fitness centers, pools - Occupancy must be reduced to 33%. Masking is required and group classes are not permitted.

  • Kentucky is still under a mask mandate.

*https://www.wlwt.com/article/kentucky-gets-slew-of-new-covid-19-restrictions-impacting-schools-restaurants-more/34717748

05.08.2020

 

Hello ,

Its been 52 days (03.17.20-05.08.20) since Ky. Gov. Andy Beshear, signed an executive order for certain public-facing businesses to cease operation, KMKY was among them. 

Its been a long wait, and we hope to be able to open back up in mid June, Monday June 15th is the goal.

According to the information available today 05.08.20 Fitness Centers can open June 1st, and low touch sports can open June 15th. 

Restrictions will be in place, such as masks, temperature checks, hand washing, and sanitizing pads and equipment as usually after training. 

I bet you are a little bit like us and cant wait to go back to training, even if its restricted, any training is better than no training.

We hope to see you all on the mats on June 15th.

Please feel free to reach out with questions.

 

Best regards,

Robert & Lindsay Jansen

Team KMKY

 

Hello ,

First and foremost, we hope that you and everyone on your end is well.

As you may have heard by now on 03.17.20 Ky. Gov. Andy Beshear, signed an executive order for certain public-facing businesses to cease operation.

The list includes entertainment and recreational facilities, community recreational centers, gyms, hair salons, nail salons, spas, concert venues, theaters and sporting venues.

Ky. Gov. Andy Beshear’s, executive order does affect Krav Maga Kentucky and all our classes including Judo.

Believe it when I say that closing down KMKY, even temporarily, is the last thing we want to do. A decision like this is unheard of for most of us and can be very frustrating.

That said, we have already received some amazing support from our members. KMKY is a family and we are confident that as the unknowns become known over the coming weeks, we will all have a place to train.

However until then, the reality of this situation is that we are ALL (and by that, I mean globally) going to have to work together and share in sacrifice as we wind our way through this unprecedented time.

Please feel free to reach out with questions.

 

Best regards,

Robert Jansen

Team KMKY

 

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