Retreat Terms of Service
A breakdown of retreat policies and retreat information
The retreat cost includes everything listed on the retreat breakdown page - transportation, lodging, food, and classes. The retreat cost does not include alcohol, snacks, and any other add-on service participants choose while at NTN.
Participant agrees to $150 non refundable deposit. Participant also agrees to making payments between March 30, 2019 to July 30, 2019 with all money being due by this date.
Your spot is reserved as soon as you put down your $150 deposit. Indicate in the submission form whether you will be utilizing transportation or making other travel arrangements to Maine. A seat on the van to Maine is on a first come first serve basis and is capped at 10 participants.
The retreat cost is $777 with transportation and $700 without provided transportation. This is USD and is the fixed cost per person.
Participant agrees to the $150 non-refundable deposit. This deposit is required to hold a space on the retreat and is non-refundable due to the small retreat size.
In the event that you have to cancel your reservation with us and have already made payments towards the retreat our policy is as follows:
Any money paid after initial deposit towards retreat can be refunded 100% within 7 days of booking if retreat start is greater than 60 days away. The deposit is non-refundable.
If cancellation is within 60 days of retreat start, participant shall be refunded 50% of what has been paid in towards the retreat.
If cancellation is within 30 days of retreat start date, participant receives no refund.
In the event that the retreat organizers have to cancel the retreat due to low attendance, participant will get a full refund of any money paid in including deposit.
Participant acknowledges the risks of the retreat and assumes responsibility for any physical limitations and safety concerns she might have while on the retreat. Participant agrees to sign a release of liability waiver prior to the True North retreat as well as a liability waiver for Nuture Through Nature. We will take every necessary step to ensure safety of the participant however this is a rustic retreat out in the woods. Participant understands and acknowledges that she will be exposed to uneven terrain, steep uphill climbs, weather, animals, and mountain conditions. Our retreat activities will include being in the water in a canoe, swimming, hiking, wood fire sauna experience, and traveling in a van from NJ to Maine and back.
If participant has any health or physical safety concerns, she acknowledges repsponibility in consulting with a physician to get clearance for our activities in Maine.
Participant also agrees to share any dietary restrictions and special needs with our retreat chef prior to our retreat.
Participant acknowledges environmental risks and hazards which include but are not limited to; rapidly moving water, cold and deep water, falling and rolling rocks, insects, snakes, predators, extreme weather including lighting, rapidly changing weather which can change without warning, cold temperatures, and rugged mountain terrain. Possible injuries include hypothermia, physical injuries such as sprained ankle, broken bones, pulled muscles, muscle fatigue, sunburn, dehydration, cuts and scrapes.
Travel insurance is highly recommended. If you choose to buy insurance we require that your travel insurance covers the activity of this retreat as well as unexpected cancellation, sickness, losses and all the usual risks. You should bring the policy with you in case of an emergency.
It is your responsibility to let your Yoga Instructor know if you have any injuries and to be mindful at all times of your own body’s capability during the retreat. If you experience any injury or discomfort during any activity during the retreat, then you must desist immediately.
It is also your responsibility to consult a doctor with an understanding of yoga to check that you are sufficiently fit and healthy to undertake yoga classes and other physical activities that you may chose to do whilst on the retreat.
Please advise us of any mental or physical health conditions and dietary requirements before you book. If you have health conditions and dietary requirements that may be affected by the activities offered on our retreats we reserve the right to advise you to desist and in the interests of your wellbeing, or others, we may decline your stay at our retreats.
Whilst all measures are taken to ensure a high standard of health and safety, we are situated in the countryside where the land is uneven and we shall not be responsible for any injuries caused by uneven terrain.
Women who are 12 to 28 weeks pregnant should provide a letter from their health practitioner specifying that they are fit to travel and able to engage in the activities that we provide. We would prefer pregnant women to have done a little yoga before they arrive.