Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Napa Women's Circle the right place for me?
ABSOLUTELY! If you are someone who identifies as a woman or with the female experience and you are ready for introspection, self-discovery, sharing as part of a community, listening without judgment, and respecting the privacy of all who gather, plus you dig holistic wellness and are always on the pursuit of new answers to, "How can I feel better?" - we may be just the home you've been looking for.
Is there a cost to participate?
Yes. Circles are offered on a sliding scale from $20 - $30. We ask each participant to pay what makes the most sense for their financial wellbeing. Workshop tickets range from $25 - $50.
What if I can't afford a ticket but would still like to attend?
We're so glad you asked! We know what it's like to see a class, know it would be good for your body and soul, and not have a single extra dollar to purchase a ticket. Send us an email. We'll talk.
Do I have to buy a ticket?
Yes. Advanced registration is required for all Napa Women's Circle offerings.
Can I bring a friend?
Yes, IF your friend purchases a ticket online in advance of the Circle or Workshop.
Do I need to be a member?
Nope. We do not operate under a membership business model. You are welcome to attend whichever Circles and Workshops are most interesting to you.
Can I cancel if I'm not able to attend?
Yes. Please let us know if you are not able to attend. We have waitlists for our offerings and will open your spot to the next woman on the list.
We will refund payments to anyone who provides notice of their cancellation at least 48 hours before a Circle or Workshop. We are not able to refund cancellations made within the 48 hours leading up to an offering. Email Jenna@afierypeace.com to cancel.
How do I know when an event is being offered?
Sign up for our mailing list! We email invitations to all of our offerings.
Wait - is this yoga?
Nope*. We offer group discussions and educational workshops. We meet at Ashtanga Yoga Napa Valley as a proud member of the community of wellness practitioners who operate out of the shala.
*Well, sometimes. If a workshop includes yoga, we will be very clear in communicating this when describing the event. Otherwise, nope.