If the retreat needs to be cancelled because the government guidelines mean it is not possible for it to go ahead then you can either move the booking to a future retreat date or receive a full refund.

If the retreat is able to go ahead but the restrictions in your local area stop you from being able to attend we will try to re-book your place. If your place is filled you have the option to move the booking to a future retreat date or receive a full refund.

We recommend taking out travel insurance for the retreat checking that it has a suitable coronavirus clause.

If you need to cancel for any other reason please see our cancellation policy below.


Where only a deposit is made at the time of submitting the booking form, full payment of the balance due must be made 60 days before the retreat commences. Failure to do so may result in Shine Yoga exercising it’s right to cancel your booking(s) and to charge the applicable cancellation charges as set out below.


Once you have booked your Shine Yoga retreat your deposit is non refundable. In the event that you need to cancel, regardless of the circumstances, the following refund fees apply. Cancellation more than 60 days before the start date of the retreat: full refund (minus deposit).  Cancellation 30 – 60 days before the retreat start date 50% refund (minus deposit). Cancellation less than 30 days before the retreat start date, no refund. Please get a travel insurance policy that will protect you should you need to cancel.

Shine Yoga does not accept any liability for theft or damage to personal possessions; personal injuries or medical conditions that develop during or after the holiday; or any costs, cancellations or charges incurred as a result of fire, natural disaster, problems with transport, or any other events beyond our control.


In order to participate in retreats with Shine Yoga we strongly recommend that guests have travel insurance.

Advisory Note

I understand that participating in a Shine Yoga retreat is entirely at my own risk. I understand my own body’s challenges and take full responsibility for my own yoga practice.