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FAQ's about sliding scale pricing, class passes and courses 


Thula 1st time taster:          £1

Thula sliding scale:             £4, £8 or £10

Thula  6 classes                   £45

Thula 12 classes                  £89

6 classes Postnatal Yoga    £55

6 classes Postnatal Yoga  (Early Bird)  £45



Different people have different access to resources in our communities. There are many factors that affect individuals' finances over time. To address this, I now offer sliding scale options to make my services accessible to a wide range of people.

Sliding scales work best when there are clear guidelines and when users are honest about their usage. Some organisations require proof of wealth or income to use certain tiers of the sliding scale. This sliding scale is intentionally honour - based and not income - based. Please read the guidelines for our various tiers below before purchasing and thanks for your support!

This tier is for you if you have access to financial security on your own or through your family, own property, have personal savings, comfortably meet your basic needs through your employment or can comfortably not work, and can partake in activities like leisure plane travel, multiple wellness classes, or purchase many wants throughout the year. This level supports members who do not have access to financial resources for leisure activities and need to utilize the Supported tier.

The price the practitioner would charge all members in the absence of a sliding scale. This rate is for those who do not honestly find themselves reflected in either of the other tier descriptions and who are not in a place to pay the supporting price.

Supported tuition is for those for whom it is a struggle to maintain access to basic needs such as housing, food, healthcare, child care, or are financially debilitated by debt. If budgeting for our offerings means cutting into funds for housing, food, etc.  This level is also for those who have experienced generational and/or systemic disadvantage in accessing resources. 

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