Host an Intricate Art Course
DN 1 & 2 are 3 days, Friday-Sunday. All Manipulation courses, DN 3 & Lumbopelvic DN are 2 days, typically Saturday-Sunday.
The minimum number of students required to host a course is 9. For 9 paying students, the host receives 1 free spot ($795 value for DN, $695 for manipulation). For 15 paying students, the host receives an additional free spot for a total of 2 ($1,590 value for DN, $1,390 for manipulation). The maximum number of free spots for a course is 2.
Note: Free spot value will not be spread over multiple students by Inticate Art. Intricate Art will provide the free spots to the host to distribute internally.
Courses may be private or open to the public. For a private course, the host is responsible for providing at least 9 paying students. For public courses, we will market to provide at least 9 paying students. The host is not required to help market, but remember, the more students in the course, the more free spots you get.
We offer a unique option for our 3 day, 27 unit Dry Needling 1 and Dry Needling 2 courses, if the course is private. Instead of closing your clinic for a day, we offer to teach 5-10 pm on Thursday & Friday and full days on Saturday & Sunday. This option is only available for private courses and requires an additional $500 fee.
The only thing required of the host is to provide a space to teach and at least 1 treatment table per 2 students. We provide a projector and all other course materials.
Angela's attendance at each course is at the discretion of Intricate Art (with the exception of Lumbopelvic Dry Needling - Angela and Jason will always teach that course together).
Note: Hosting contracts must be signed and returned within 10 business days of receipt to hold the agreed upon date.
All purchases are final: On a case by case basis, refunds can be given only before class offerings due to a scheduling conflict at the discretion of Intricate Art Spine & Body Solutions, LLC. In this instance, the refund will be made available as a course credit that can be applied to the cost of a future class.