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Mask Requirements for The Movement Dance Experience


We follow all State of Nevada guidance for mask mandates. All of the information below is current. Check it out!:


July 30, 2021 Directive 045

-As of July 30, 2021, Directive 045 is under effect. All Nevadans in Clark County are required to wear masks in all indoor public spaces.

-Individuals not exempted by Directive 024 must cover their mouth and nose with a face mask or shield. We require all guests over the age of 9 to wear a mask.

-We ask that parents make decisions for their children regarding masks while participating in dance class. We do not have an AED machine yet and cannot comfortably make the decision to make our rules more strict than what the governor allows currently. -Directive 024 Additional Guidance: Children who are engaged in physical activity are exempt. We ask that parents make the decision for their own children, ages 2-18 regarding masks while in class.


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July 21, 2021

-All businesses will require employees in public spaces to wear masks from July 21 - August 17.


May 13, 2021 "Nevada Adopts Updated CDC Mask Guidance"

-The state of Nevada neither requires nor prohibits private entities from confirming the vaccination status of individuals. The Movement Dance Experience believes that every individual has a right to the protection of their medical information. In order to protect ourselves legally, and protect our clients' interests, we will not be requesting or mandating to see any participant's or guest's vaccination status. Further, we will ask any guest who asks the status of others to leave the premises.

-Social distancing has decreased to 3 feet as of May 1, but should change on May 20 when the local authorities release their governance for the city of Las Vegas. This blog will be updated.

-We still do not require dancers to wear mask; it is parental discretion. As for our adult guests, it is the adult's discretion as well. We will not be asking for vaccine status, nor will we be requesting our patrons to wear a mask before entering our facility.


If you have any questions, or would like to see the directives, we have them stored at the front desk. We will continue to follow a strict cleaning regimen to include disinfecting ballet barres between classes, requiring dancers to wash hands and/or use hand sanitizer before class, and limiting the amount of traffic in the hallway. Please let us know if you have any questions!


April 27, 2021 Directive 045

Section 4: Nevada residents are beholden to the most current CDC guidelines.

Section 6: Business owners will now refer to the CDC guidelines for responsible operating standards.

November 25, 2020 Directive 035 Section 8: We are restricted to 25% of our occupancy. You will see the notices on our doors. We also have limited the amount of parents we can let into the studio. We ask that dancers ages 6 and under only bring 1 parent or guest into the studio at a time. Any dancer 7 and up, we ask that parents refrain from loitering in the studio lobby. Please contact us if you need an exception or have a question. All parents are welcome to come to the front desk to handle any dance business. Section 9: Individuals not exempted by Directive 024 must cover their mouth and nose with a face mask. We require all guests over the age of 9 to wear a mask. Our lobby chairs are socially distanced as well as our classrooms. Our dance studios are taped off to demonstrate where our dancers should be standing and stretching. Dance is naturally socially distanced. What better activity participate in at this time! Section 18: Dance studios are permitted to function at 25%. Yay! Employees and instructors must wear face coverings at all times.

June 24, 2020 Directive 024 Section 7.1: Children who are 9 years or younger are encouraged to wear a mask, but not required. We ask that parents make decisions for their children regarding masks while participating in dance class. We do not have an AED machine yet and cannot comfortably make the decision to make our rules more strict than what the governor allows currently. Directive 024 Additional Guidance: Children who are engaged in physical activity are exempt. We ask that parents make the decision for their own children, ages 2-18 regarding masks while in class.

October 2, 2020 Nevada Guidance for Adult & Youth Sports Page 3: Dance is considered a low contact sport. Of course! Unless you're in the royal ballet or practicing lifts, dance is naturally low contact and socially distanced. When the instructor says, "turn left!" the dancers turn left together. Page 4: Dancers are exempt while actively eating and drinking. Dancers are exempt while actively engaging or participating in practice or competition. If social distancing can be maintained, which it can be thankfully to our large studios, mask wearing is left up to the individual and parents. Our hallway is spaced out and we monitor our dancers on break.

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