Program Admissions & Tuition
1. Request An Application:
2. Complete & Return Application
Each enrolling cohort does have a registration deadline (see Current Classes page), and we must receive your application by the date posted if you wish to be considered for that cohort. Applications received after the registration deadline will be considered for the next available space, or enrollment period.
A limited number of Students are admitted to each beginning course
Cohorts are intentionally kept small to provide students with extensive, unparalleled personalized training - ensuring both excellence and success. Apply early to save your seat in the program.
Tuition & Fees
Courses, Workshops, and Seminars offered have individual tuition requirements. Please check our Current Classes page and click on a class of interest for more information.
There are no application, administrative, or hidden fees.
*First Day Guarantee
The Fine Print:
While we know our programs to be absolutely superb, and the instruction of the highest quality, we also understand that committing to any great undertaking can feel like a significant leap. Understanding that trust is earned, we therefore extend our First Day Gaurantee.
We stand by our work, and by our guarantee. However, to be equitable to others, if you do not show up - you do not get your deposit back; period. We run small class sizes because the highest level of your personalized instruction is our priority.
Your tuition deposit saves your seat in the course - which means someone else doesn't get a spot.
If you do show up, and are not impressed or are in any way disappointed - for any reason, just let us know by the end of the first day of class and we will happily return all tuition payments made by you and go our separate ways. Heck, we'll even do our best to point you toward a more suitable program - because we truly have our students best interest at heart.
Our guarantee is how much we believe in what we do, and how it gets done.
Questions regarding your application or tuition payment?