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FAQs for Classes and Workshops

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Frequently Asked Questions about Classes and Workshops


1. How do I register?
Register on the web site. You have the choice of  in-person attendance or audio participation.

2. How do I pay?
You may pay for the workshop through PayPal with a credit card or PayPal account or you can mail a check to: 9953 Woodruff Lane, Newbury, Ohio 44065.

3. What is the cancellation policy?
You may cancel up to three days before the workshop and receive a full refund minus a $25 registration fee.  After three days you will receive a 50% refund.

4. Why is there a cancellation policy?
The workshop begins the minute you register. The energies ignite a transformation process that begins deep in the soul and draws your being towards the workshop for further transformation on the actual day.

5. What do I bring?
The workshops are held in a cabin by a beautiful lake in a park or by phone through a teleconference service.

If the workshop is held in person there are chairs provided but I suggest attendees bring comfy camp chairs. Also bring layers of clothing as the energetic experience produces changes in body temperature that are unique to each person. One person can be very warm while another is cold!  Also bring snacks and a water bottle. Tea and cold/hot water are provided.  Please do not wear fragrances that might trigger allergic reactions in other participants.

If the workshop of class is a teleconference format then make yourself comfortable at home making sure you will not be interrupted during the class.  Sit in a chair where your feet can touch the ground and you’ll be comfortable so that you can ground during the class.  Headsets are approved but speaker phones create static on the phone line.


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