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No Accomodation:

Day Pass: $220 gives you access to all events on Saturday 2nd of November. Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Weekend Pass: $330 access to all events. Includes three meals a day.

Weekend Pass with Accomodation:

Accomodation at Govinda Valley, Weekend Pass and all meals included

Ensuite Rooms:

Ensuite room - single occupancy 

$730 (2 nights), includes Weekend Pass

Ensuite room - share with a sister $570 (2 nights) 

includes Weekend Pass

Non-Ensuite Rooms:

Non-ensuite room - share with one sister $510 (2 nights) 

includes Weekend Pass

Non-ensuite room - share with 2 sisters $470 (for 2 nights) 

includes Weekend Pass

Non-ensuite room - share with 3 sisters $435 (for 2 nights) 

includes Weekend Pass

Camping - free (bring your own tent)

Weekend Pass fee only

Camping 

$350 (2 nights)

includes Weekend Pass

Children

  • Girls and boys 0-3 years attend for free with Mum.

  • Girls 4-12 are charged at 50% of the adult rate

  • Teenage Girls 13 years and older are charged at the full price rate.

Cancellation Policy
  • A $100 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your spot. 

  • Final balance is due before 1st of September 2020.

  • For cancellations prior to 1st of September 2020, all fees will be refunded less the $100 non-refundable deposit.

  • For cancellations after 1st of September 2020, no refund will be given.

Please Notice the following

If you have any issues that need to be taken into consideration it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to inform the teacher before the start of EACH session about this issue.

 

Yoga and Dance activities can be strenuous. Please make sure you look after yourself and your fellow sisters:

  • Never push yourself past your limits. 

  • Moderate poses where you feel this would benefit you.  

  • Sharp pain is always BAD pain. 

  • Your health is what is most important!

 

This event is a place for all of us to share and celebrate. Please leave any judgements, strong opinions, ideas about differences and expectations at home.  We’re just all aiming to let our true self shine and to embrace who we are.

A strong woman is one who feels deeply and loves fiercely.

Her tears flow as abundantly as her laughter.

A strong woman is both soft and powerful,

she is both practical and spiritual.

A strong woman in her essence is a gift to the world.

~Native American saying