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The current times have been precarious and uncertain for many of us. Even as countries and states recover, we are now facing a new normal. Our goal is to deliver the same standard of educational excellence as well as put into place an upgraded system that minimizes the risk of exposure to COVID-19 as much as possible.  


What happens if I want to cancel my holiday?
We want to help you book with confidence. If your retreat is postponed due to travel restrictions from Covid-19 you have the option to transfer all sums paid to another retreat with us of your choice up to 1 year from the date your retreat should have began. If you’re unable, we understand. Which is why we’ve amended our policy to allow for a full refund of all sums paid minus the deposit. Don’t worry, we’re not in the business of taking money without offering a service. Even if you request a refund, we are still more than happy to transfer your deposit to another retreat of your choosing within 1 year from the date your retreat should have taken place.
Please understand that we are being affected by these unprecedented times and are doing our very best to adjust, just like you. Thank you for your understanding, we can’t wait to have you join us!

Can I change my booking to another date?
Absolutely! If you book and your retreat is affect due to coronavirus, you can transfer your retreat to another date! Please keep in mind this is only applicable if the retreat you’re set to go on is affected. If it’s a personal choice, we do apologize, but our normal terms and conditions remain in place. Thank you for your understanding!

  1. 1.    You have to have a Covid-19 test? 

    To ensure a stay in the maximum conditions of safety and quality, and maintain the archipelago’s low incident rate for the pandemic: You must present a certificate to this establishment to show that you have tested negative for active COVID-19 infection.

     The test must have been taken in the 72 hours prior to your arrival in the Canary Islands and be approved by the healthcare authorities of your country or of the European Union. The certificate is compulsory for everyone over the age of six who wishes to stay at any tourist accommodation in Canary Islands. You may show a digital or hard copy of it.

    It must contain the date and time the test was taken, the identity of the individual taking it, the authorised organisation responsible for verification, and the negative result.

            More information   HERE

  1. 2.    Pre-arrival symptom survey: A questionnaire will help screen participants prior to arrival. If any participants are having any symptoms or have been in contact with anyone else showing symptoms prior to Camp they will not be allowed to attend unless having tested negative prior to arrival.  Test results will need to be provided.  


  1. 3.    Temperature checks: We will be checking everyone's temperature upon arrival at Airport prior to getting on the shuttle. If you have a fever or any symptoms, you will be asked to go to the emergency room immediately and will not be able to attend Camp until tested negative and cleared by the hospital. If driving in, you will be temperature checked upon arrival to camp. 


  1. 4.      We'll need to wear masks all the time: You only have to wear masks in Gran Canaria when you can't stay more then 1.5 metres from other people. Basically this means that you only have to wear them in shops, supermarkets and indoor areas of hotels where people tend to gather. You don't have to wear them around the pool, by the beach or walking around outdoors.



  1. 5.    Station/training groups: Max 10 people per group. You will stay with this group throughout the duration of Camp to rotate through all the coaching stations.  


  1. 6.    Equipment safety: We will be disinfecting all equipment and gym surfaces daily. 


  1. 7.    Safety during training sessions: In the event of any hands-on spotting or group work, all coaches will be required to wear masks.  



  • This list is not exhaustive.  We will continue to update and refine our safety measures as more information becomes available in the coming months.
  • Of course, even when taking all precautions, there will still be a risk of transmitting illnesses. Everyone must stay vigilant during the week of camp and be honest and forthcoming with any potential symptoms.
  • The COVID-19 situation is rapidly changing. Because of that, these suggestions may quickly become outdated. Watch out for the latest from the CDC and other health authorities. 
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