booking policy


Lessons are paid for in advance, and can be rescheduled up to 24 hours in advance of the start time.


You can reschedule lessons directly on the website in your account under "My Bookings", or using the Wix Spaces mobile app.


Missed lessons are non refundable. 

monthly packages

Monthly packages allow regular weekly students to take lessons at a discounted rate with a reserved appointment time.

Packages are paid on a subscription basis and are automatically billed each month unless cancelled. The studio will schedule the student's lessons on the day and time of the week agreed upon after their first lesson. Students or their parents are responsible for rescheduling individual lessons as needed using the website or mobile app. Your regular appointment time can be adjusted if necessary by sending a time change request by email or text. Missed lessons are forfeited per the normal cancellation policy.

HOLIDAYS / BREAKS - For vacations, major holidays, or leave of absence, either for the student or teacher, your subscription will be PAUSED during the period so you are not charged for lessons. Subscriptions can be paused for UP TO 1 MONTH.

minor students


I currently accept students ages 11 and up.  


For students younger than 18, I recommend a parent join their student for at least the first few lessons. This isn't required, but is helpful for parents to know what their child is learning, and can help new students feel more comfortable. Parents are always welcome to observe lessons!

recording policy


I always encourage students to record their lessons to use as learning resources! In addition I may ask the student if I may record audio, and occasionally video for teacher education or marketing purposes. If the student is a minor, I will obtain permission from their parent or guardian before recording any video or storing recordings of lessons. These recordings remain private and will not be shared with the public unless the instructor obtains express permission from the student and/or their guardian.