We are pleased to be able to hold these workshops again. We will continue to monitor the risk of Covid-19 infection, but hope that in 2023 we will be able to offer more people the opportunity to take part in a Freedom to Fly workshop.
This year we plan to offer three standard weekend workshops, which are suitable for people attending for the first time, and also two longer workshops. Details of arrangements and costs for the longer workshops will be available later in the year.
Standard weekend Freedom to Fly workshops in 2023
Standard weekend workshops start with a meeting on Friday night, and finish at 3pm on Sunday afternoon, so you have some time to integrate and settle back into your routine before work on Monday.
Please bring food for a shared lunch on Saturday and Sunday. We will provide tea, coffee and biscuits for morning and afternoon tea breaks.
You can secure your place in a workshop by paying $100 deposit for each group you want to attend.
The cost of each standard weekend workshop is $600 (including GST), payable in full one week before the workshop begins. That is, the latest date you can pay is the Friday of the week BEFORE the workshop. This is so we can be sure that each workshop has enough people attending to give a good rich experience to group members.
ACC funding is available for participants attending these groups. If you are an ACC client, please discuss this with your therapist and ask them to contact us. Alternatively, you can contact us directly to discuss this.
There are always times when things happen and people have to cancel unexpectedly. However it makes it difficult for us to plan if people enrol and then cancel close to the time of the workshop. Please avoid last minute cancellations if you can.
We charge a cancellation fee ($60) to cover our administration time if you enrol, and then cancel within one week of the workshop. There is no charge for cancellations more than one week out from the beginning of a workshop, but we would appreciate you letting us know as soon as you can. Often there are women waiting for a place, and if you can’t come, someone else might be able to benefit.