The option for self-care, wellness, and mental clarity should be accessible to everyone. Here at Yoga2gather, we do not want financial strife or difficulty to prevent you from joy, compassion, and kindness on the mat. We encourage everyone to have the ability to choose what feels good and right EACH AND EVERY TIME. We want our space to provide tranquility and sanctuary to all who want and deserve exceptional wellness services. That is our mission and promise. We recognize the vulnerability and perceived difficulty that surrounds discussing or determining financial needs. We ask you to be honest and speak your truth.
Below is a non-exclusive list of circumstances that will help us determine your access to scholarships on a case-by-case basis in a confidential and private manner.
Who Should Apply:
- I have limited income and receive financial aid as a student.
- I do not have a postgraduate degree.
- I am a single parent.
- I have sometimes accrued credit card debt in order to meet my basic needs.
- I do not have a safety net of financially stable family members around me.
- I have found difficulty accessing and affording healthcare for me and/or my family.
- I am unemployed or underemployed, and it is not by choice.
- I rarely have expendable income for entertainment, travel, and/or eating out.
Scholarship Agreement Details
- Both parties agree to review and discuss the sustainability of their circumstance every 3 months – by the honor system.
- Student has access to unlimited in-studio yoga & fitness classes.
- This Agreement does not allow access to any additional discounts to workshops/retail, free guest passes, or referral programs.
- Access to sustainable agreements is confidential and determined on a case-by-case basis, based on the discretion of Y2G management.
- The agreement may be terminated by the student after the 3-month initial trial or at any time by Y2G. Once terminated, students will not have access to studio classes or discounted rates.
- Students may not suspend or freeze the account.
We believe and trust that individuals will be truthful about their financial situations and will allow this program to serve those who truly need it.