PARADISE, Calif. - Positive-I transformed from a dance and circus center to a healing spa and the owner says it was a much-needed change for the people in town.
"We're going to go in strong and see what happened," said owner, Christina Burton. "We're gonna provide the low that everybody needs right now. After the fire, trying to reopen with not as many people here, fewer teachers, fewer classes, it did slowly start to grow. So I knew we were here for a reason."
To ensure safety there will be smaller classes, social distancing, constant cleaning, and diffusing essential oils.
"A lot of extra cleanup between classes yoga classes have to be deep cleaned," said Burton. "I'm not going to do as many aerial classes."
Burton said they will have masks for people to wear.
"Me personally, I have trouble breathing in those and I don't want the kids to have that feeling of someone behind a mask," said Burton. "So I'm just going to honor the distance as much as I can, but it's going to be hard because we do a lot of hugging and loving at our studio so its definitely going to be different."
Positive-I will be open next week for yoga and aerial classes, kids dance classes, and more self-love activities. Click Here for more details on the center.