All fees are on a sliding scale*. Most people fall into the middle of the scale.

  • Full Class fees are $29-$49 per class.
  • Up to two no-cost seats are available per class, please contact me well ahead of time to enquire about availability.
  • Coaching and consultation fees are $75-$120/hour

Fees & Sliding Scale

What does sliding scale mean? It means you select the cost according to what you think you’re able to pay. I know it’s not simple, and more than just your current income is involved.

*This article I wrote explains sliding scale pretty well if you’re not familiar.

For a class to be sustainable for me to teach, on average I need most attendees to self-select in the medium range. I hope attendees with more resources select high/top, because that will offset and support bottom/low attendees. This is a trial, we’ll see!

How do I decide where I should land on the scale? Try this:

 Scale: Bottom Low Medium High Top
– Unemployed + no UI
– employed marginally
– Unemployed with UI or employed marginally – Employed, make $25-45k – Employed, make $45-65k – Employed, make over $65k
– Family has no assets, or
– No access to family
– Family has some assets – Family has assets, like a house they are paying
– I’m able bodied
– Family has many assets, like a paid-off house
– someone else paid or pays my rent/mortgage
– Family has many assets, like investments
– I have access and gave it away
– someone else paid or pays my rent/mortgage
Privilege and $$ – Student loans and I was the first in my family to go to college
– I help my family with $
 – survival credit card debt – Student loans and most people in my family have higher education – Student loans for  professional or post-secondary education – My college was paid for


Do you have scholarships or work-trade?

I offer at least one free and up to two no-cost spaces per class, based on need. I don’t do worktrade, since lord knows people without resources work extra for everything already. If you’re not able to pay and want to attend a class, please reach out via email at least a few days ahead of time.

As donations and registrations support it, I open more seats in a class as I’m able.


*What’s an “asset”? An asset is something of value: it can be a house, a paid-off car, an education or degree, savings, etc. Assets that are not yours now but will be yours someday are still your assets in the long game we’ll be looking at.