Drop-in classes are valid for 30 days following the date of purchase. Drop-in classes are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and non-transferable. Rates are subject to change without notice.
5 and 10-class packages are valid for 3 and 4 months following the date of the first reservation. 5 and 10-class packages may be cancelled under certain conditions1, but they are non-exchangeable and non-transferable. Once a 5 and 10-class packages has expired, any remaining value on the pass is non-refundable. Expired 5 and 10-class packages may be reactivated for an additional month for a $12,50 fee within 1 year of purchase. No reactivations will be offered after the 1-year purchase date. Rates are subject to change without notice.
The session rate includes a set number of classes based on the chosen session, offered once per week, for the same class and time slot. A session has set start and end dates and classes cannot be carried over to a different period. A maximum of two make-up classes are allowed per session. The session is linked to a sales contract and may be cancelled under certain conditions¹. Classes purchased as part of a session are non-exchangeable and non-transferable. Rates are subject to change without notice.
¹Clause required under the Consumer Protection Act: “The consumer may cancel this contract at any time by sending a notice in writing for that purpose to the merchant. This contract is cancelled, without further formality, upon the sending of the notice. If the consumer cancels this contract before the merchant has begun the performance of his principal obligation, the consumer has no charge or penalty to pay. If the consumer cancels this contract after the merchant has begun the performance of his principal obligation, the consumer must pay only: a) the price of the services rendered him, computed on the basis of the current fee for a drop-in class and b) the less of the following 2 sums: $50, or a sum representing not more than 10% of the price of the services that were not rendered him. Within 10 days following the cancellation of the contract, the merchant must restore to the consumer the money he owes him. It is in the consumer’s interest to refer to sections 190 to 196 of the Consumer Protection Act (chapter P-40.1) and, where necessary, to communicate with the Office de la protection du consommateur.”