The following terms and conditions form the basis of your contract with Walk your Talk. Please read all the information provided on this web site and read the terms and conditions carefully below as they set out our respective rights and obligations. By asking us to confirm your booking, we are entitled to assume that you have had the opportunity to read and have read these terms and conditions and the information on this web site and agree to it.
Walk your Talk Terms and Conditions
1- Cancellation & Refund
UK Retreats,Workshops & Courses
Cancellation by you:
Should you wish to cancel a retreat, workshop or training course that you booked, the person who booked must contact us immediately. In all cases Walk your Talk will retain the non-refundable deposit taken at the time of booking. If cancellation is less than ten weeks before the start date there will be no refund.
If Walk your Talk has to cancel the retreat/workshop/course or rearrange dates due to circumstances beyond its control you, will be offered to take up those new dates. If you cannot make the new dates then you will be offered a full refund for all the remaining days of your course or workshop.
Cancellation by you:
There is a non-refundable deposit of 50% of the final price you pay for your place on the retreat. Cancellations four months to ten weeks: 75% non-refundable , cancellations within ten weeks of the date: 100% non-refundable.
Cancellation by us:
In the unlikely extreme circumstance that Walk your Talk has to cancel a retreat, Walk your Talk will refund the full amount of the retreat costs only. Costs associated to flights, transfers, or any other costs incurred to you are not the responsibility of Walk Your Talk and will not be refunded. (We strongly suggest that you acquire travel insurance to cover any situation that may arise, such as change of ticket dates, sickness, family, etc.)
2 – Exemption of liability:
a)Unforeseen events:Walk Your Talk cannot be held responsible for disruption to your retreat, workshop or course due to bad or unusual weather conditions.
‘Walk your Talk’ does not offer medical advice or opinions, and cannot in any case substitute an appropriate assessment by your personal physician, whom ‘Walk your Talk’ invite you to consult if you have any doubts about your ability to participate in holistic disciplines, whether in person or virtually, such as in a virtual one-to-one session.
It is your responsibility to inform ‘Walk your Talk’ of any health conditions which could prevent, limit or in any way affect your participation in any of the activities.
The participant takes full and exclusive responsibility when doing any activities offered by ‘Walk your Talk Retreats’, whether on a retreat, an event or virtually as part of a Skype one-to-one session or on an online course. In no case, are ‘Walk your Talk’ or their operators liable for any damage, direct or indirect, to your health.
Indian retreat: Walk your Talk accepts no responsibility for any injuries incurred during an Indian retreat, workshop of training course. Medical history & disclaimer forms are to be completed, signed and returned to us before the Indian retreat begins. If you are unsure of your abilities due to previous injuries, please inform us beforehand. Modifications are given to persons with specific needs.
c)Theft & losses of property:‘Walk your Talk’ recommends that you do not bring valuable items with you during your stay on a Walk your Talk Retreat or Event. If you do, please do not wear jewellery or objects of value during the holistic activities. ‘Walk your Talk Retreats’ is not liable for theft, or for any loss of your personal property, under any circumstances.
d)Transfers:Walk your Talk cannot be held responsible for your transfers to any of our retreats, workshops or courses. For the Indian retreats Walk your Talk offers a free pick-up from the local airport. This is a courtesy and we cannot be held accountable for any unforeseen circumstances to this service.
e)Venues:Walk Your Talk is responsible for delivery of the retreat course, not for your food or accommodation. If you have any concerns about the “venues” food or accommodation please inform us and talk to them directly so that the situation can be rectified as soon as possible. ‘Walk your Talk’ cannot be held responsible for any situation that arises with “venues” or accommodation, which is out of Walk your Talk Retreats’s control.
f)Flights & Visa:When you decide to confirm your holiday with us please ensure that you arrange your flights. Walk your Talk Retreats cannot be held responsible for flights or flights cancellations. You will need a passport to travel to India and also a visa. You are responsible for your passport and visa. You should contact your GP, homeopath or other physicians for details regarding vaccination and the measures you will need to take prior to departure.
g)Sharing a room:For accommodation with two persons sharing we will place you with a person of the same gender. Walk your Talk Retreats cannot be held responsible for any unfortunate eventualities between persons but will endeavour to accommodate if possible.
h)Food:On our retreats we cannot cater for any specific dietary requirements others than vegetarian, non-vegetarian and gluten-free diets. The food will be traditional to the area. The retreat includes three main meals generally commence with dinner on the day of arrival at the venue and terminate with breakfast on the day of departure. After this time, payment for any additional meals must be made direct to the venue. No refunds on meals not taken can be given.
3 – Code of conduct:
You are expected to be aware of and respect Indian culture and abide to the law of the country.
4 – Complaints:
Applicable law: English law shall govern the terms of this agreement and the jurisdiction of the English courts will apply to any dispute hereunder.
5 – Health & Safety:
Who we are
Vanessa Tucker is a sole trader trading as ‘Walk your Talk’. We offer: training, retreats, courses, workshops and services and an online shop.
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