Class Tips, Fees and Policies - Breathing Space

Class Tips, Fees and Policies

Breathing Space - Tot Yoga Class at Hill Center

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How to Sign Up for Classes or Camps

You can find our yoga class descriptions, family wellness programs, or class and event calendar on the website.

Our registration site is mobile friendly and is the primary way we take payments. Most of our class venues do not have a receptionist so it’s a great help to the instructor if you take care of this yourself in advance.

And don’t miss our Tips for New Students for what to expect in class itself and our Camp Frequently Asked Questions for camp-specific policies. 

Breathing Space Class and Purchase Policies

By registering for a class or camp with Breathing Space, you agree to the following policies: 

Enrollment and Attendance

CHECK BACK IN MAY FOR MORE SUMMER 2021 DETAILS

Unless there are dramatic changes to public health recommendations, campers will be required to wear a mask at camp anytime they are not sitting and eating.

Masks must meet CDC guidelines. While we will not require nose-wire, the mask must be secure without significant gaps between the fabric and your child’s face and it must stay up over the nose during activities without constant adjustment.

Campers who cannot maintain appropriate face coverings will be sent home.

Campers should wear clothing for movement – shorts under skirts please! – and layers appropriate for the weather. Camp is very active and your camper may be warm during our yoga classes.

Your camper should also have walking and playground appropriate shoes – No flip-flops, no open-healed crocs or clogs, no ballet flats. If your camper arrives in in inappropriate shoes, you may be asked to bring an alternative pair before lunch.

Your camper needs weather-appropriate outer wear. Unless weather is dangerously terrible, we are going outside. In winter, that means hats, gloves, coats, long pants (yes, we’ve had campers show up with bare legs mid-winter), rain gear etc. If they are inappropriately dressed, they are going to be cold and/or wet.

All PK4 campers need a change of underwear, pants and socks! Even if you think they are completely reliable about their bathroom needs, accidents happen. We find campers caught up in the fun of camp don’t want to stop and go to the bathroom. Even with regular reminders, PK4 campers (and sometimes older ones) tend to overestimate how long they can wait, especially when we are out on the playground and bathrooms are not convenient.

Categories: camp, PK4

Pricing and Discounts

CHECK BACK IN MAY FOR MORE SUMMER 2021 DETAILS

Unless there are dramatic changes to public health recommendations, campers will be required to wear a mask at camp anytime they are not sitting and eating.

Masks must meet CDC guidelines. While we will not require nose-wire, the mask must be secure without significant gaps between the fabric and your child’s face and it must stay up over the nose during activities without constant adjustment.

Campers who cannot maintain appropriate face coverings will be sent home.

Campers should wear clothing for movement – shorts under skirts please! – and layers appropriate for the weather. Camp is very active and your camper may be warm during our yoga classes.

Your camper should also have walking and playground appropriate shoes – No flip-flops, no open-healed crocs or clogs, no ballet flats. If your camper arrives in in inappropriate shoes, you may be asked to bring an alternative pair before lunch.

Your camper needs weather-appropriate outer wear. Unless weather is dangerously terrible, we are going outside. In winter, that means hats, gloves, coats, long pants (yes, we’ve had campers show up with bare legs mid-winter), rain gear etc. If they are inappropriately dressed, they are going to be cold and/or wet.

All PK4 campers need a change of underwear, pants and socks! Even if you think they are completely reliable about their bathroom needs, accidents happen. We find campers caught up in the fun of camp don’t want to stop and go to the bathroom. Even with regular reminders, PK4 campers (and sometimes older ones) tend to overestimate how long they can wait, especially when we are out on the playground and bathrooms are not convenient.

Categories: camp, PK4
 

Refunds, Withdraws, Cancellations

CHECK BACK IN MAY FOR MORE SUMMER 2021 DETAILS

Unless there are dramatic changes to public health recommendations, campers will be required to wear a mask at camp anytime they are not sitting and eating.

Masks must meet CDC guidelines. While we will not require nose-wire, the mask must be secure without significant gaps between the fabric and your child’s face and it must stay up over the nose during activities without constant adjustment.

Campers who cannot maintain appropriate face coverings will be sent home.

Campers should wear clothing for movement – shorts under skirts please! – and layers appropriate for the weather. Camp is very active and your camper may be warm during our yoga classes.

Your camper should also have walking and playground appropriate shoes – No flip-flops, no open-healed crocs or clogs, no ballet flats. If your camper arrives in in inappropriate shoes, you may be asked to bring an alternative pair before lunch.

Your camper needs weather-appropriate outer wear. Unless weather is dangerously terrible, we are going outside. In winter, that means hats, gloves, coats, long pants (yes, we’ve had campers show up with bare legs mid-winter), rain gear etc. If they are inappropriately dressed, they are going to be cold and/or wet.

All PK4 campers need a change of underwear, pants and socks! Even if you think they are completely reliable about their bathroom needs, accidents happen. We find campers caught up in the fun of camp don’t want to stop and go to the bathroom. Even with regular reminders, PK4 campers (and sometimes older ones) tend to overestimate how long they can wait, especially when we are out on the playground and bathrooms are not convenient.

Categories: camp, PK4

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