Goal: 10+ participants.
Deadline: January 15, 2017.
- To know that you want this workshop, we must have 10 commitments by January 15th
- The doors to registration close January 15th.
- Once January 15th we will close registration. So if you want this workshop to happen, step up now!
- Commit by completing the registration form and having an intake conversation with Lizz or Zed.
- Once it's a "GO" and only then, we will invoice you for the remainder of your payment.
Which One Will You Be?
By choice or circumstances, your financial resources are limited. You’d like a little help with the monies. Pond spots are limited in the Rebalance Retreat and will be given to those in need on a first come first served basis.
Not too big, not too small, you’re right in the financial middle. You are willing and able to pay the fair price for what the workshop actually costs.
By choice or circumstances, your financial resources are abundant (if you make more than $60K or have inherited wealth, we ask you to consider if you might be an ocean). You’re feeling the flow and would like to give a little more to help make possible for Body Trust to support our pond friends.
Make a payment here to register!
Rebalance Midwinter Retreat registration opened October 1, 2016 and closes on January 15, 2017. That means if you are interested in attending, you must fill out the registration form and pay the amount in full by January 15th. No more registrations will be accepted after that date. If you register and pay but need to cancel for any reason before January 15th, we will refund your money in full. If you need to cancel after January 15th, your tuition will be refunded minus a $50 administrative fee. Refunds will be made within 30 days of the request.
Our financial transparency statement:
Body Trust believes in financial transparency and radical inclusivity. Our workshops are priced to be as affordable as possible for what they are (i.e., for the choices we’ve made on location, duration, resources, etc.). We will do our best to ensure access for those with fewer financial resources through a combination of scholarships and the generosity from other participants. We also believe that this work cannot be sustained on good intention alone. Therefore, we pay our providers (space rental, etc.) and we pay ourselves—not much but enough to ensure we don’t burn out. If you’d like to know more about our approach to financial issues, please talk with us. We’re always happy to be challenged on and deconstruct assumptions about money.
Unfortunately we are not able to provide payment plans for this workshop. If you need flexibility, please consider taking advantage of Paypal’s Bill Me Later option.