Workshop cancellation policy
Thanks for signing up for a workshop with us! Below is our cancellation policy for workshops.
Here’s why we have to be a bit tough on our workshop cancellation policy: If people sign up for workshops and it is filling up or full, then we stop promoting the workshop because there isn’t room for any additional students. But if a bunch of students who signed up for workshops change their mind and decide not to come, there is a problem– we didn’t continue promoting the event and there isn’t enough time left to promote further, so there are no students to take the place of the students who changed their mind… This means the teacher of the workshop loses that pay, and your not for profit yoga studio is less effective in its goal to have as many people enjoying the workshop’s teachings as possible.
So, if you cancel your reservation within 13 days of the workshop we can’t offer any refund/credit to your account with us. Please consider this a donation to the teacher leading the workshop and to our not for profit studio collective, which helps fund yoga outreach missions to underserved communities (resettling refugees, homeless, seniors, recovering addicts, and more).
But if you cancel two weeks in advance of the workshop, then we can credit 30% of the workshop fee back to your Yoga District account, for use in regular classes or another workshop with us.
If you cancel one month or more in advance of the workshop, then you can have the full amount credited back to your Yoga District account for use in regular classes or another workshop with us.
Thanks for your kind understanding, and we really appreciate your support!
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