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yoga term price offer

We have talked about the importance of practice being regular and consistent.  This is the basis for me asking for a term commitment for your yoga practice.  However, sometimes work and family commitments do not honour this ideal.

The earlier evening class has three different payment options whilst retaining the intention of attending more than half of the term.  I would like to offer all students the opportunity to be able to work around planned absences.  November/December is a 7 week term, you will have the option of paying for 5, 6 or 7 weeks.  This is offered on the following basis:

  • Payment to be made at the start of term irrespective of when you begin the term.  If you will not be at the first lesson, please arrange for payment by 2 November.
  • When paying for the term, tell me which lessons you will be absent from.  This will allow me to offer the space to students from other classes if they cannot attend their normal class.
  • Once you have committed to a payment option, I would ask that your commitment remains for the term.  That is, if for some reason you miss an additional lesson, for example you paid for 6 weeks but only made 5 weeks, then the 6 week payment stands.

The dates for next term are 2 November – 14 December (7 weeks).  The prices given are for 7 weeks, 6 weeks and 5 weeks respectively (if you can attend 7 weeks but need to discuss the possibility of a concessionary rate, please do get in touch with me):

0930 – 1100 @ £73.50 / £66.50 / £59.50
1800 – 1915 @ £66.50 / £60.00 / £53.50
1930 – 2100 @ £73.50 / £66.50 / £59.50

I am trusting that this system works for us all. I know most of you like the committed group and steadiness of practice, as do I. I would prefer and encourage you to attend the full term if you can.  Those of you who have made more classes than you are often able, have commented on the deeper connection and space offered by a sustained practice.

I will review this process before the start of the January term and invite you to do the same.  Please let me know if you have any feedback or comments that you feel would be helpful. Some of you have already paid me for next term – thank you – however if you are in a position where you would like to take advantage of this new system, let me know.

namaste-meaning

With thanks and gratitude for your continued presence

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