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PERIOD COACHING SCHOOL

PROGRAM AGREEMENT

This Program Agreement (“Agreement”) is by and between The Period Coach, LLC (“Operator”)[1] and [Name of Student] (“Student”). This Agreement governs Student’s enrollment and participation in The Period Coaching School.

PROGRAM PACKAGE

  1. Program Access. Student is enrolling in The Period Coaching School (hereinafter, the “Program”) which begins upon payment and lasts 10 months. The Program includes access to all of the following:
  2. Online instructional videos;
  3. Twice-monthly group calls via videoconference;
  4. Four live Masterclasses or Guest Teachers via videoconference;
  5. Three quarterly planning sessions;
  6. Access to the Your Business Your Flow Program content;
  7. Access to Flow Freedom Program;
  8. Access to the exclusive Period Coaching School Facebook community; and
  9. Any bonus content that Operator may choose to provide from time-to-time.

 

  1. Certification. Upon satisfactory completion of the Program, Student will receive a Certificate from The Period Coaching School, subject to the following:
  2. To receive a Certificate, Student must: (a) complete 10 or more quizzes with a 70% or higher; (b) make a good-faith effort to attend all group and individual coaching calls; and (c) make a presentation to The Period Coaching School community according to the certification guide. Operator reserves sole discretion to determine whether Student has satisfactorily completed all requirements to receive Certificate.
  3. Receiving the Certificate entitles Student to: (a) use the methods and modalities taught in the Program in Student’s own practices, coaching, and teaching; and (b) advertise and otherwise hold oneself out to the public as “Certified by The Period Coaching School”.

 

  1. Limitation on Scope of Services. Student acknowledges and understands that the services described in Part I (along with any services or material ancillary to or additional to the services described in Part I) are not, and should not be construed as, any of the following:
  2. Psychological or therapeutic services or advice;
  3. Financial services or advice;
  4. Medical services or advice; or
  5. Legal services or advice.

 

  1. TERM, PAYMENT, and TERMINATION

 

  1. Effective Date. The effective term of this Agreement is from the date of Student’s first payment through 10 months, unless terminated earlier by either party.

 

  1. Payment. In consideration for the services described in Part I of the Agreement, Student agrees to pay Operator as agreed when Student chose which checkout payment plan option they wanted on Kartra and made the first payment. Student authorizes Operator to charge each monthly payment to the credit card number or PayPal account that Student provided via the Kartra payment link Operator gave to Student at the time of enrollment.

 

  1. Refund and Withdrawal Policy. The Program has finite space and Operator devotes considerable time, money, and effort to serving Student for the duration of the Program. Therefore, the Program has a strict policy with regard to payments, refunds, and withdrawal. Within thirty days of making the initial monthly payment, Student may withdraw from the Program by written notice to Operator. If Student withdraws within that thirty-day period, then the remaining unpaid monthly payments will be cancelled. If Student withdraws after that thirty-day period, then Student remains liable for all unpaid monthly payments. In all cases, the initial monthly payment is nonrefundable.

 

  1. Non Transferability. All payments, once received, are nontransferable unless Student requests a transfer to another Student’s account in writing. Operator will consider reasonable requests and retains sole discretion to accept or reject the request.

 

  1. Termination by Operator, Generally. Operator may terminate this Agreement and remove Student from the Program at any time, for any reason by written notice to Student. Should Operator terminate this Agreement for any reason other than good cause (as defined below), then any remaining unpaid monthly payments will be cancelled.

 

  1. Termination by Operator for “Good Cause”. Operator may terminate this Agreement and remove Student from the Program at any time for good cause. If Operator terminates this Agreement for good cause, Student will not be entitled to a refund of any amounts paid, and Student will still be held liable for any remaining unpaid monthly payments. For purposes of this Paragraph, “good cause” includes, but is not necessarily limited to:
  2. Student fails to make any required payment without prior authorization from Operator.
  3. Operator determines that Student is, or will be, a sufficiently disruptive influence to hinder the Program experience of other Students.
  4. Conduct attributable to Student or Student’s business is disparaging or disruptive to Period Coaching School or to Operator.
  5. Student breaches any provision of this Agreement, including but not limited to any provision related to confidentiality or intellectual property.
  6. Student has become a burden on the Program’s resources, customer service team, or other Students. For purposes of this Subparagraph, “burden” means:
    1. Two or more written or verbal complaints made by other Students;
    2. Sending more than two written complaints to Operator that lack helpful suggestions for resolving the issue Student is complaining about; and/or
    3. Taking up more than five hours of Operator’s time with personal support that is outside the scope of the Program.

 

  • LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK

 

  1. Potential Risks. Participation in the Program involves learning a new subject matter that includes methods and modalities which relate to issues of the human mind and body. Upon satisfactory completion of the Program, Student will be certified to use such methods and modalities in Student’s business. Accordingly, Student acknowledges and understands that participation may involve any or all of the following potential risks:
  2. Learning and practicing the Program’s subject matter may invoke unpleasant memories or experiences that Student will need to process. Processing such memories or experiences may lead to psychological pain or distress.
  3. The Program’s subject matter involves issues of the human body. Implementing such issues in Student’s own life and business may lead to physical pain or distress.
  4. Use of the Program’s methods and modalities in Student’s own business may implicate professional licensing laws, industry standards, and similar legal risks and limitations in some jurisdictions. Operator makes no guarantee, promise, or other representation with regard to the legality of Student using such methods and modalities in any specific jurisdiction or in any specific industry.

 

  1. Voluntary Participation and Assumption of Risk. Student understands and acknowledges that participation in the Program involves the risks listed in Paragraph III.A., above, along with other risks that may or may not be known or foreseeable to Operator or Student. Given this understanding, Student hereby affirms all of the following:
  2. Student’s participation in the Program as a whole, and any individual activities that are part of the Program, is entirely voluntarily.
  3. Student is under no duress whatsoever.
  4. Student takes full responsibility for Student’s choices, statements, and actions both during and after the Program as well as any consequences resulting therefrom.
  5. Student voluntarily assumes all associated risks, whether or not listed herein, whether or not known or foreseeable to Operator or Student, and whether or not caused or exacerbated by any person’s (including Student’s and Operator’s) negligence.

 

  1. Student’s Responsibilities and Representations. Student expressly acknowledges, represents, and warrants the following to Operator:
  2. To the best of Student’s knowledge, Student does not have any physical, mental, or emotional condition that may be exacerbated or negatively affected by participation in the Program. It is Student’s sole responsibility to consult with a licensed physician or mental health professional regarding any potential physical, mental, or emotional effects of participating in the Program, and Student will comply with any such professional’s recommendations.
  3. Upon discovery of any physical or mental health condition that may be exacerbated or negatively affected by participation in the Program, Student will immediately notify Operator and consult with an appropriate licensed health care professional.
  4. Student expressly warrants and represents that Student is in compliance, and will continue to be in compliance, with all applicable government licensing laws and regulations and all applicable private industry or certification standards. Student will consult with a licensed attorney regarding all legal aspects of Student’s business.

 

  1. Waiver and Release. Student expressly waives any rights or potential rights to hold operator liable in any way, or to file any claim or cause of action against Operator, for any and all of the following:
  2. Any physical or psychological injury or illness, and any economic or emotional loss, of any kind that Student may suffer or incur as a direct or indirect result of Student’s participation in the Program;
  3. Student’s failure to consult with a licensed physician, licensed mental health professional, and/or nutrition specialist regarding Student’s participation in the Program;
  4. Student’s failure to consult with an attorney regarding Student’s use of the Program’s methods and modalities in Student’s own business; and
  5. Costs, expenses, and judgements that may result from Student and/or Student’s business being audited, examined, or prosecuted by: (a) any government agency for any potential violation of law, and/or (b) any private company or industry group for any potential violation of industry standards and practices.

 

  1. Indemnity. Student will indemnify Operator, including defending against any claims and payment of all associated costs and judgements, for all of the following:
    1. Any claim brought against Operator by any third party for any damages or losses of any kind that such third party may incur as a direct or indirect result of Student’s participation in the Program and/or Student’s use of the Program’s methods and modalities in Student’s own business;
    2. Any claim brought against Operator by any person or entity on Student’s behalf for liability, damages, compensation, or otherwise;
    3. Any claim brought against Operator by any public entity based upon the allegation that Student is not in compliance with any applicable government law or regulation; and
    4. Any claim brought against Operator by any private entity based upon the allegation that Student is not in compliance with any applicable industry or certification standard.

 

  1. Media Consent & Release. Student understands that Operator may take photos, video recordings, and/or audio recordings during the course of the Program that may capture Student’s voice or likeness (collectively, the “Media”). Student hereby consents for Operator to use any such Media for purposes of advertising, marketing, promotion, education, and quality control. Student waives any potential rights to review the Media prior to Operator using it for the stated purposes. Student may opt out of this Paragraph by sending written notice to Operator within 30 days of signing this Agreement.

 

  1. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

 

  1. Definition. For purposes of this Agreement, the term “Program Material” includes, but is not necessarily limited to: all procedures, methods, processes, strategies, policies, standards, teaching manuals, teaching aids, supplements, and other information and content provided or taught to Student during the course of the Program in any format whatsoever, including video, audio, written, verbal, demonstrative, and other forms of instruction.

 

  1. Nature of Material. All Program Material is for educational purposes only, and should not be construed as therapeutic, psychological, medical, legal, or any other form of professional or individualized advice.

 

  1. Exclusive Ownership. All Program Material is the intellectual property of, and owned solely by, the Operator. Student will not sell, record, copy, share, teach, give, or otherwise transfer or divulge any Program Material without Operator’s expressed written permission or as expressly authorized herein. Student will not claim to be the owner of any Program Material or, through Student’s use or inaction, cause third parties to form the belief that Student is the owner of any Program Material.

 

  1. Confidentiality of Program Material. Student acknowledges and understand that all Program Material constitutes Operator’s proprietary system and is strictly confidential except as expressly provided herein. Student will not share Student’s access to any Program Material with any third parties without Operator’s expressed written consent.

 

  1. Limited License. Operator grants to Student a non-exclusive, limited license and privilege to use Program Material during and after the term of the Program. This limited license is revocable and expressly conditioned upon all of the following:
  2. Student will use best practices, maintain high standards, and abide by Operator’s suggestions for quality control while using Program Material in any context. Student takes full responsibility for, and accepts the consequences of, using Program Material.
  3. Unless Operator or the Program Material expressly state otherwise, Student will not plagiarize or otherwise use the Program Material in unaltered form in Student’s business. Rather, Student may use Program Material as guidelines and inspiration for creating Student’s own material and methods for use with Student’s clients.
  4. Student will protect the name, goodwill, and reputation of the Program and Operator, and will not attack or disparage the Program or Operator in any form.
  5. Student will not violate Operator’s intellectual property rights or attack the validity of the limited licenses granted hereunder.
  6. Student will not sublicense or extend permission to use any portion of Program Material to any other person or entity.
  7. Use of Program Material during the duration of the Program is limited to such use as is necessary to comply with Program requirements and complete the Program.
  8. Use of Program Material after the duration of the Program is dependent up Student’s satisfactory completion of the Program and receipt of a Certificate from Operator.

 

  1. Student’s Offerings. If and when Student creates, offers, sells, or shares methods or processes that are inspired by the Program and/or Program Material (“Student’s Offerings”), Student will honor and acknowledge Operator and Stasha Washburn as the source of the material. Operator will have the right to view Student’s Offerings at no cost to Operator and to approve or disapprove any use of Operator’s intellectual property therein. Operator may exercise such right at any time upon written demand, and Student expressly waives any potential right to challenge Operator’s approval or disapproval.

 

  1. Violations. Student understands and agrees that any violation of this Part IV will result in the immediate termination of Student’s enrollment in the Program without a refund and Student will remain obligated to make all payments set forth in Paragraph II.B Additionally, Operator may pursue any other available remedies at law or equity, including, but not necessarily limited to, injunctions and claims for damages.

 

 

  1. PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY

 

  1. In General. The Program experience functions best when Operator, Student, and other Program participants can communicate with one another openly and honestly, and when all parties respect one another’s privacy and confidentiality. However, the parties understand that their relationship is not legally privileged, and there are practical and legal limits to confidentiality.

 

  1. Definitions. For purposes of this Part V of this Agreement, the following definitions apply:
    1. “Student’s information” includes Student’s personal, financial, and business information, along with communications between Student and Operator.
    2. “Participants’ information” includes the personal, financial, and business information pertaining to other participants in the Program, along with communications between Student and other participants in the Program.

 

  1. Operator’s Responsibilities. Operator will make reasonable efforts to safeguard Student’s privacy and confidentiality. To that end, Operator will not release Student’s information to any third party without Student’s written consent, except specified below:
  2. Operator may divulge Student’s information or communications if Operator is properly subpoenaed, or if Operator is ordered to do so by a law enforcement agency or court of competent jurisdiction.
  3. Operator may divulge Student’s information to the appropriate authorities if (a) Operator has a reasonable suspicion of child or elder abuse, or (b) Operator has a reasonable suspicion that Student may imminently cause harm to self or others.
  4. Operator may divulge Student’s information to third parties or appropriate authorities when otherwise legally required to do so.

 

  1. Student’s Responsibilities. Student will respect the privacy and confidentiality of other Program participants. Student will not release other participants’ information to any third party without that participant’s written consent, except as required by law.

 

  1. Assumption of Privacy Risk. Operator cannot control the actions of Program participants who may violate their own confidentiality responsibilities. Operator also cannot control the actions of third party technology companies. Accordingly, Student agrees to the following:
  2. Student will not hold Operator liable for any actual or perceived damages caused by other participants who fail to respect Student’s privacy and/or who divulge Student’s information without Student’s consent. Student is solely responsible for what Student chooses to share with other participants during the course of the Program.
  3. Student acknowledges that there are inherent confidentiality risks in the use of modern technology such as, but not limited to, email, cell phone, text, Skype, Zoom, Facebook, Facetime, and similar technologies. Student will not hold Operator liable for any actual or perceived damages caused by data breaches suffered by third party platforms, software, or communications technology.

 

  1. MISCELLANEOUS

 

  1. No Guaranteed Results. Operator will make a good-faith effort to help Student achieve the desired outcomes and results from the Program. However, Student understands and acknowledges that results are dependent upon many factors, not least of which is Student’s willingness to participate fully in the experience and be open to Operator’s guidance and direction. Program results also may be dependent upon factors that are outside of both Parties’ control. Therefore, Student understands, acknowledges, and agrees to the following:
    1. Operator cannot guarantee any outcome or result, whether financial or otherwise;
    2. The results experienced by Operator’s past students and clients, while faithfully represented, are not necessarily indicative of future results; and
    3. Student will not hold Operator liable in any way for the failure to achieve any desired outcome or result.

 

  1. Personal Responsibility. Student understands that the Program experience is shared with a group, and Student agrees to take full responsibility for Student’s own actions and decisions. Student agrees to be respectful of other participants and not hinder or disrupt any other person’s experience. Student further agrees to take sole responsibility for any harm of any kind that Student may cause to other participants.

 

  1. Dispute Resolution. Student may opt out of this Paragraph VI.C. by sending a written opt-out request to Operator within 30 days of signing this Agreement. If Student does not opt out of this Paragraph, then Student agrees to abide by the following:
  2. Should any dispute arise under this Agreement or from Student’s enrollment or participation in the Program, then Student first will attempt to resolve the dispute through amicable conversation and negotiation with Operator. Student will have the right to submit arguments and evidence, which Operator will review in good faith. The results of such conversation and negotiation will be deemed strictly confidential.
  3. Should amicable conversation and negotiation be insufficient to resolve the dispute, then Student will submit the dispute to mediation or arbitration through a qualified third-party mediator or arbitrator who is agreeable to both parties. The results of such mediation or arbitration will be binding and deemed strictly confidential.
  4. Litigation in a court of law or equity is a last resort only.

 

  1. Liquidated Damages. Should Student prevail against Operator in any dispute arising from this Agreement or from Student’s enrollment or participation in the Program, then Student’s damages will be limited to a refund of any amounts paid to Operator for enrollment in the Program. Such amounts will be deemed liquidated damages for losses of any kind, whether personal or business, whether economic or non-economic, and whether physical or psychological.

 

  1. Unforeseen Circumstances. Neither Party will hold the other liable in any way for failure to perform under, or early termination of, this Agreement when such failure or termination is a direct result of circumstances that are unforeseen and outside the Party’s control. Such circumstances may include, but are not necessarily limited to: war, diplomatic conflict, disease, natural disaster, national or regional emergency, civil unrest, changes in law, government intervention, and failure of third parties to provide needed services, equipment, or material.

 

  1. Assignment by Operator. Operator may assign its rights and responsibilities under this Agreement to an affiliate or successor entity, so long as such assignment does not substantially alter the services provided to Student. Should Operator make such an assignment, it will notify Student within 30 days of the effective date of the assignment.

 

  1. Assignment by Student. Student may not assign any rights or responsibilities under this Agreement to any other person or entity without Operator’s expressed written permission. Any such assignment may be allowed or denied at Operator’s discretion.

 

  1. Severability. Should any term or portion of this Agreement be adjudicated invalid or unenforceable, it is the intent of the Parties that all remaining terms of this Agreement shall, to the extent possible, remain in effect.

 

  1. Choice of Law. This Agreement shall be interpreted under the laws of the State of California without regard to conflict of law provisions. Any action to enforce any provision in this Agreement, whether in mediation, arbitration, or litigation will be brought in Bernalillo County, New Mexico.

 

  1. Complete Agreement. This Agreement shall constitute the entire agreement between the Parties with regard to the subject matter herein. No amendment to this Agreement shall have effect unless in writing and signed by both Parties.

 

 

  • AGREEMENT

 

Student and Operator hereby agree to the foregoing:

 

STUDENT:

By ticking ‘I agree to the billing terms’ box Student is signing this agreement.

OPERATOR:

Stephanie Washburn, on behalf of The Period Coach, LLC

[1] As used in this Agreement, the term “Operator” refers to, and includes, The Period Coach, LLC, along with that entity’s owners, employees, contractors, agents, successors, and assigns.