Cancellation Policies, Terms & Conditions

RETREAT CANCELLATION POLICY: If you should have to cancel unexpectedly your payment is fully refundable less a 20% cancellation fee if you cancel in writing at least 21 days before the retreat. After that date, there are absolutely no refunds. Please note: Injury or illness do not disqualify you from this policy. MMI reserves the right to cancel programs, retreats and workshops with inadequate enrollment (we typically notify those enrolled no less than 21 days of the event.) MMI is unable to refund any transportation, flight or other incidental expenses incurred. It is suggested you obtain travel insurance. You can review insurance plans here: www.insuremytrip.com, travelinsurancereview.net, www.travelinsurety.com.

WORKSHOP/MEDITATION CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY: If you should have to cancel unexpectedly your payment is fully refundable less a 20% cancellation fee if you cancel in writing at least 7 days before the class or workshop. After that date, your tuition is non-refundable, but is transferable and can be applied within a year (less the cancellation fee) to another program with the McLean Meditation Institute. If you cancel less than 24 hours before the program, your payment will be forfeited. MMI reserves the right to cancel programs, retreats and workshops with inadequate enrollment (we typically notify those enrolled no less than 21 days of the event.) MMI is unable to refund any transportation, flight or other incidental expenses incurred. It is suggested you obtain travel insurance. You can review insurance plans here: www.insuremytrip.com, travelinsurancereview.net, www.travelinsurety.com.

MTA CANCELLATION POLICY: View the Meditation Teacher Academy policy here.

 SERVICE ANIMAL POLICY: If you plan to attend the program accompanied by a Service Animal, please make prior arrangements by calling (928) 204-0067 so that staff members and other attendees can be made aware of the animal’s presence, in case they have allergies and/or sensitivities.  MMI permits Service Animals only when they are in service and are trained to perform tasks for an individual with a disability, including guiding a person who is visually impaired or blind, alerting a person who is deaf or hard of hearing, assisting with mobility or balance, alerting and protecting a person who is having a seizure, retrieving objects, or performing other special tasks. Under the ADA’s regulations, comfort, therapy, or emotional support animals do not meet the definition of Service Animal. Pets are not permitted.

ALTERNATE ROUTE INTO SEDONA: On weekends in the late morning and early afternoon, tourist traffic into Sedona  from the Phoenix area can be difficult. Most people travel I-17 North and exit on Hwy 179 (Exit 298). It can take sometimes an hour to get into Sedona. Instead, to avoid traffic, there’s an alternate route you can take from anywhere south of Camp Verde. It’s a route known by locals,  it is just as scenic, and takes the same amount of time (or less when there is traffic!):

Exit the I-17 at Hwy 260 (Exit 287) heading West into Cottonwood. Proceed 16 miles. Turn right on State Route 89A and continue east to Sedona (19 miles). You’ll eventually come to a second roundabout (the roundabout by the Hyatt where 89A & 179 meet.) Head south on Hwy 179, pass the shopping center called Tlaquepaque. The next roundabout is the junction of Schnebly Hill Road and 179. Straight ahead, over the bridge, you’ll see a long 2-story red rock building, it’s the Garland Building. The McLean Meditation Institute is upstairs above the Pottery Shop. So take the second exit off the roundabout and pull in to the driveway on the right.

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