Payment Terms & Conditions
West Lexham yoga retreat 2023 specific terms
The extended part of the retreat scheduled for Sunday 3rd September 2023 after 1pm is weather dependant and may not take place if the weather is not suitable. A decision on the suitability of the weather will be made by Emma at the time of the retreat.
Travel costs for any part of the retreat are not included in the price of the retreat. You will have to make your own way to the beach or catch a ride with another retreat goer. Parking costs are also your responsibility and not included in the cost of the retreat.
The retreat is offered on a first come, first served basis, and is available in three tiered payment options. Two early bird discounts are available before 1st March 2023. All options are secured with a £200 deposit per person. All remaining balances must be paid by 1st May 2023.
Tier 1: Early bird offer ends 1st February 2023
Tier 2: Early bird offer ends 1st March 2023
Tier 3: Full retreat price from 1st March 2023
(All deposits paid before 1st March receive early bird discounted prices)
Earlybird tier 1 - ends 1st Feb
All deposits paid before 1st feb receive the largest discount.
*Remaining balance listed below to be paid by 1st May or at earliest convenience
Triple occupancy *£275pp ( total = £475 inc. deposit )
Twin Room or Super king *£300pp ( total = £500 inc. deposit)
Single occupancy *£650 ( £850 inc. deposit)
Earlybird tier 2 - ends 1st March
*Remaining balance listed below to be paid by 1st May (after deposit)
Triple occupancy *£300pp
Twin Room or Super King *£325pp
Single Occupancy *£700pp
Tier 3 Full Retreat Price
Price from 1st March
**Remaining balance listed below to be paid by 1st May (after deposit)
Triple occupancy £325
Twin or Super King £350
Single occupancy £750
The deposit is non-refundable.
In the event of a cancellation, if your place can be filled by another person, a refund will be available, minus the deposit. If it is not possible to fill your place, then no refund will be made.
Please note *
In the hopeful event of a sellout Emma will offer full refunds of instalments - excluding deposit.
Refund will be processed the first week after the retreat.
The cost of the retreat does not include travel insurance. Please ensure your travel insurance covers all types of cancellations, prior to booking, so that all possible claims are compensated.
The retreat programme displayed is an example programme. Classes are optional and times on the programme are subject to change.
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