TERMS OF PARTICIPATION IN THE VISIBILITY CLASSES
Below are the terms and conditions on which you agree to participate in one or more of the Visibility classes.
1.1 I, Samantha Nolan-Smith, Founder, Principal and CEO of The School of Visibility, agree to provide you with one or more of the Visibility Classes, purchased through this website www.theschoolofvisibility.com or through our membership site currently located at https://the-school-of-visibility.mykajabi.com/login. Any and all of those classes are hereinafter referred to as ‘the Service’.
2. INFORMATION PROVIDED TO PERFORM THE SERVICE
2.1 You understand that the information is designed for your own educational purposes only. The information is copyrighted material that is the sole property of me. Without the specific written permission from me the information may not be reproduced in any manner in whole or in part and may not be shared in whole or in part in digital or non-digital format with anyone else or in any public or private forums or groups now or in the future.
3. PAYMENT AND DELIVERY
3.1 The class will be delivered upon receipt of full payment.
4.1 Refunds are not available for visibility block clearing classes.
5.1 You acknowledge that I, Samantha Nolan-Smith, Founder, Principal and CEO of The School of Visibility, am not a medical doctor, or psychology professional. I am not a licensed financial advisor, and I’m not currently practising as a solicitor. Accordingly, any information or ideas I share during our work together is drawn from my training as a yoga teacher, Journey Practitioner, and Master Practitioner in the Compassion Key, as well as personal opinion, business experience, professional experience, educational background and intuitive guidance.
5.2 You understand that the Service, and strategies and ideas shared or discussed during the provision of the Service, do not come with any monetary guarantees or promises.
5.3 You and I both agree to indemnify each other and keep the other person indemnified against any and all actions, claims, proceedings or demands which may be brought against them in respect of any loss, death, injury, illness or damage which arises by reason of any breach of warranty, default, act or omission or any negligence by the person responsible for the breach or act (‘Responsible Person’) or by any employee, agent or subcontractor which the Responsible Person may employ.