Rolling Meadows Retreat Registration for all Programs
To register for retreats please first contact us by e-mail or phone to ensure there is space in the program.
The registration fee for each retreat is stated in the Calendar Page next to each event. The fee covers all meals, lodging, yoga, meditation, Transformational Breathwork, and psychospiritual processing sessions.
When you are contacted that space is available, you may register for the retreat by paying a non-refundable, non-transferable deposit of $500 for the Maine and Vermont Retreats or $500 for the Mexico, Italy, and Guatemala Retreats by Visa or Mastercard with our convenient and secure online payment system. Click the Payment button on this page under the Visa and MasterCard logos to be taken to the secure site protected by Authorize.net. Upon online payment you will receive an automatically generated receipt by e-mail followed by a confirmation letter from Rolling Meadows.
Maine & Vermont – Balance due 60 days before the retreat is scheduled to begin.
Mexico December 1, 2023, Guatamala December 15, 2023, Italy June 1, 2024
All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Medical Insurance: Each participant is responsible for checking with their current health insurance provider and insuring that they have adequate medical coverage. Travel insurance generally offers medical insurance. The link to this site might be a place to investigate this option. Please note that this insurance is not mandatory.
Contact Information: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also pay by check mailed to the address below.
Checks are mailed to: Rolling Meadows Retreat c/o Mickey Hartung, Office Manager, 1950 Township Rd 131 S.E., Junction City, OH 43748
When Payment is Received: Once we receive your deposit or final payment, we will e-mail or send a confirmation letter. Cancellation Policy: Deposits and balances paid are non-refundable and non-transferable. Some people purchase travel insurance as a protection in the event of a necessary cancelation. You might look here to investigate this.