Frequently asked questions

How about recreational drug use and alocohol?


No. We do not wish to impose on your personal choices and lifestyle at home, but for this event, no drug use nor alcohol will be permitted. You will be asked to leave the event without a refund if this strict policy is violated.




What is your refund policy?


You may request a refund as late as three weeks prior to the event. Refunds will not be issued after that point.




How can I prepare for the cold nights?


We created a video discussing how to keep warm during cold, still nights of meditation and contact work. Watch it below or head over to our ET Connections channel to skip through the episode using the minute-links below the description.




What should I bring on the micro-retreat?


Once the dates for the micro-retreat are solid, we will send the registered guests an email with a list of recommended items. Also, refer to the "How can I prepare for the cold nights?" question on this page.




Can I rent something once I arrive?


No. That will not be possible. We only bring equipment once it has been pre-purchased through this website.




Where exactly are we meeting?


We will email all participants information on what to bring, the itenerary, other prepatory information for contact and our exact location a few weeks before the event.




Can I participate if I have health problems?


Please ask your doctor if you have any concerns about participating in this event. There will be uneven surfaces, long walks, uphills (varying slight to steep), varying temperature, sitting on the ground (or meditation pillows and yoga mats), and potentially more. Please let us know in advance if you require any assitance and we will do our best to accomodate what we can. Please come prepared with alternatives to suit your needs, such as a portable chair if you cannot sit on a mat, pillow or the ground.





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