All of our classes enrol on a per-term basis, although it is common for new students to join part way through a term. In such a case we would usually suggest you either come for an individual session first to go through the basics, or come and try a class before committing. In either case you would just pay for the class or session. If you wanted to continue we would then ask you to pay for the remaining weeks of the term.
Many of our classes get full and so please enquire about availability before attending. We also like to discuss what it is you are looking for so that we can direct you to the most suitable options.
The trial class is not generally available at the start of a new term until we have an idea of numbers committing to the full term. In this instance an individual session, or at least a telephone chat, might be a good option to get an idea of what is involved before committing to the whole term.
Currently we accept the following payment methods:
This can be very convenient as many people have online banking now and making payments between online banks is fast, free and safe (as long as you get the account details right!). Our account details are as follows:
Account name: Living Yoga
Bank: Co-Operative Bank
Account no: 69758445
Sort code: 08-92-99
For Gail’s group classes please note there is separate account:
Account name: Gail Reeves Yoga Account
Account no: 40517493
Sort code: 09-06-66
Please put your name as the reference and just send us a quick email to confirm that you have made the transfer, and the course to which it applies, to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (for Gail’s classes)
We would just ask you to not send cash through the post as it can easily go astray.
Receipts can be issued for all payments upon request to email@example.com
Once payment is made it is non-refundable and acts to secure your place in the class or on the course.
Cheques & Card Payments
From 1 Jan 2019 Living Yoga will no longer be accepting cheque payments, although Gail still will be for her classes. We also regrettably don’t accept card payments.