Thank you for waiting patiently!

Your wait to dance is now over! Asylum Dance Project is dedicated to making sure our instructors, children, and families that walk through our doors are safe, happy and healthy. We take no short cuts at Asylum, that is why we have not opened our doors with other gyms and studios. We have taken our time to do our research and come up with a safety plan we are proud of. We have created an amazing summer program that allows everyone to stay healthy and get back to doing what we enjoy DANCE!‚Äč


Safety Measures Asylum Will Be Taking:


Studio Guidelines:

Lobby is closed: To comply with capacity guidelines, our lobby is closed and only accessible for students and staff of Asylum Dance Project. You may drop off and pick up at front door unless other wise instructed. 

What Dancers Can Bring: No outside food or drink is allowed inside the studio except a water bottle. Please make sure to label the bottle with your name. Our water fountain will be removed for our lobby to keep up with sanitation guidelines. Bottle water for $1 will be available if a student needs water at the studio and will be charged to account same day.

Temperature Checks: Upon Entering the studio, our staff will take the temperatures of dancers using touchless thermometer. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 F or above will not be permitted to remain on-site. Please do not come to class if anyone in your household is not feeling well or have Symptoms.


Class Guidelines:

Class Time: Classes will be 45 minutes allowing us to sanitize 15 minutes between classes 

Class Enrollment: No more than 10 children in class to help maintain social distance

Social Distancing: Floors will be marked off in 6' X 7' ft cubes to allow for dancers to visualize the distance they must keep while dancing.

Masks: Instructors and dancers are mandated to wear masks by PA Health Care Guidelines.


A detailed safety guideline packet will be sent upon registration