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C.A.R.E. Agreements

By purchasing tickets to an event, you are agreeing to the below agreements. You are welcome to discuss these with me at anytime if you feel a change or addition is needed!

C.A.R.E. Community Agreements

C-ARE: We agree to take care of ourselves and the group. You are your own authority. Tending to your needs and responsibilities in order to show up in the community space. Practicing open heart, re-spect (see with new eyes).

A-ccountability: We acknowledge that intentions can be very different from impact. We agree to value ourselves and ask for support if we need it. We agree to be available to hear the impacts of our silence, words, projections, behaviour, allyship, care etc. during this training. Honoring each person's inner wisdom, process and lived experiences. Taking shame out of the shadows. When shame arises, we invite curiosity. Examples: no fixing, advising or ‘setting each other straight’, all emotions are welcome. Yes, no, maybe and I changed my mind are all welcome responses If you agree to do something, it’s not a contract, you can change your mind anytime and choose whether or not to participate. Take space, make space - pay attention to how much of the group's time you are taking up. Be open to reflections about this and invitations to share more.

R-adical/Generative Justice: We agree to name and address racial injustice, cultural appropriation and micro- and macro- aggressions around race, gender, sexual orientation, ability, class, culture and religious beliefs within the group. Individual differences are welcome, and we celebrate diverse allegiances, communities and cultures. We recognize that we all have the responsibility to learn about and tend to power dynamics and that those who hold the most power and privilege in dominant culture are the most responsible for that learning and tending. Examples: speak from your own experience, noticing “we” statements which reinforce dominant norms. Use people’s preferred pronouns, make your apology shorter than your correction. Honor and respect the observance of different culture’s holidays.

E-mergence: We commit to honoring what arises in the individual and collective body in the moment, even if it surprises us or makes us uncomfortable. Cultivating resilience in order to be with discomfort. Being with the mystery of what’s unfolding and the embodied knowledge that we’re all needed even if we are not in close relationship.

Together We Fly! Together We Dive! Acknowledging that we will F* up and make mistakes. An inherent part of sharing such vulnerable space together involves getting messy with each other. Having the willingness to dive in, learn new tools and practice staying in community connection.


“Ouch” and “Oops” There will be bumps along the way. Our words and actions can intentionally or unintentionally be harmful to someone else. We practice acknowledging when we feel an “ouch” within ourselves and on behalf of marginalized communities, listening and reflecting with our “oops” when we’ve caused harm, and showing up for our own learning/unlearning around power and privilege.

Created by: The Institute for the Study of Somatic Sex Education

Social Ticket Refund and Cancellation Policy

**Refund and Cancellation Policy**

We understand that sometimes plans change, and we want to provide you with the best possible experience. Please review our refund and cancellation policy below:

**1. Refund Policy:**

Full Refund: Requests for a full refund minus $1.75 admin charge will be honored if submitted 48 hours prior to the event start date. You must request the refund in writing by sending an email to taararosecoaching @ gmail . com with your full name.

No Refund: Unfortunately, we cannot offer any refunds for cancellations made within less than 48 hours of the event. However, we are willing to transfer the payment to a future event when requested.

**2. Cancellation Procedure:**

All cancellation requests must be submitted in writing via email.

Please include your full name, order number, and a brief reason for cancellation in your email.

**3. Transfer of Tickets:**

- If you are unable to attend, you may transfer your ticket to another person. Please notify us of the new attendee's name and contact information at least 4 hours before the event.

**4. Event Cancellation:**

In the unlikely event that we must cancel, all registered attendees will be notified as soon as possible, and a full refund will be issued.

**5. Force Majeure:**

The organizers are not liable for refunds or any other liabilities arising out of circumstances beyond our control, including but not limited to acts of God, natural disasters, and other emergencies.

By registering for The Social YYC, you agree to abide by this refund and cancellation policy.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Taara.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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