Code of Conduct
Our code of conduct is a promise we make to ourselves and our community. We must hold ourselves and our students accountable as we create a harassment-free space for people to express themselves in a positive way. We do not tolerate bullying or harassment in any form.
Our teachers and dancers must follow these guidelines:
- Inclusivity – We are committed to creating a safe place for everyone of any gender expression in our classes. We welcome dancers of all abilities, age, ethnicities, religions and levels of experience.
- Respect – Treat yourself and others with respect. Be excellent to one another.
- Support – We are a place of comfort and support for all those who participate in Velvet Antler Production’s events. Everyone has the right to enjoy our programming without the fear of ridicule or discrimination.
- Self-expression and ownership – Be kind to yourself, be confident, shake off your nerves and express yourself. Own your sexuality.
We ask that you say something if you see harassment taking place. You can talk to your instructor or talk to the individual if you or others feel disrespected. Nobody should feel uncomfortable in this space. Our instructors will take action immediately.
We acknowledge that our studio is on the traditional territory of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council. We are grateful to be sharing what we love on this beautiful land.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Classes must have 6 paying registrations to run. No refunds will be issued once a session has begun, except for a medical reason. You will be refunded only the remaining portion of the class fee, less a 5% administration fee.
If you are unable to attend, and the class has already begun, credit may be issued. Any issued class credit, will remain on file for 1 year from the date of original payment.
If a class is cancelled due to an instructor absence, the class will be rescheduled or you will receive a credit on your account.