Thank You, Action Taker!
See you at the Findhorn Foundation
June 21- 24, 2017
Near Inverness, Scotland
Plan to arrive at the Findhorn Foundation by 11:00 am on Wednesday, June 21st.
Check into your reserved lodging, freshen up, and then make your way to the community commons to share lunch. All participants are scheduled to meet in Universal Hall for our Welcome Session at 2:00 pm. Additional details to follow via email so be sure to check for updates. Pls whitelist our email address so our updates don't end up in your spam filter.
We look forward to meeting you and making sure you're comfortable settled in. Attire is casual and we recommend clothing you can move and dance in as we co-create a left-right brain balance with each day's activities. There will be time at our dinner break to take a short walk to your accommodations to connect with your bungalow mates. Wherever possible, we'll let participants know the names of bungalow mates so you can look for them by name tag during our first afternoon session.
Whether you're traveling from across the world, or locally from the within Great Britain, Ales is on board to assist with travel/transporation details to and from our mastermind launch event.
Contact Ales Struna (pronounced Alesh) at +1866.866.5566 to book your travel itinarary to/from our mastermind program ilve event kick-off at Findhorn Foundation.
Ales will make sure that you actually end up at the Findhorn Foundation on June 21st no later than lunch time (scheduled from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm U.K.) on June 21st.
Come earlier or stay later with a travel add-on. Why not take a few extra days to do a little sight-seeing in Scotland, Ireland, or Wales, locales steeped in rich, complex history that has much more to offer than a superficial European identity. Make the most out of your airfare and travel time. At least spend a day sight-seeing in Edinburgh.
What’s Not Included:
- Airfare to and from Edinburgh Airport or Inverness Airport, Scotland, U.K.
- Transportation to and from your arrival airport or train to Findhorn Foundation
- Souvenir shopping, personal phone calls, extra spa services, taxis, laundry, bell-boys, and tips for your room maid (we recommend $1-2 USD per day per person)
- Personal, medical or trip cancellation insurance
- Travel Insurance
OUR CANCELLATION POLICY:
For the Launch Event:. Any cancellation made between May 30th, 2017 and June 15th, 2017 will result in a loss of $600 of your program deposit.
Cancellations between June 15th and June 20th, 2017 will result in forfeiture of $1,000 paid toward program tuition. This is necessary to accommodate staff and program delivery expense adjustments.
We reserve the right to cancel the launch event only if registrations are not meeting our minimum (your tuition covers the cost of the mastermind program, not the launch event).
Trip cancellation insurance is always recommended whenever making travel plans. You can use our suggested Travel Guard Insurance online and choose from several policy options.
Soul-preneur Program: Tuition for the nine-month-long progrm includes the cost of attending the launch event on a reserved room and board basis. $600 US is non-refundable.
Alesh Struna: Travel Consultant, +1.866.866.5566
The Heartfull Art of Conscious Living Contact: +1.267.401.0477
Findhorn Foundation Contact: Yvonne Cuneo mobile number 07730770793
Considered the “Gateway to the Highlands,” Inverness is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe.The city attracts tourists drawn to the legend of the Loch Ness Monster, which is purported to inhabit the Loch Ness that runs to the south of city. Take some time to explore the Highlands! We can assist you in extending your stay in Scotland. Drumnadrochit, Scotland – Castle Urquhart beside Loch Ness is one of the most famous and iconic castles in Scotland, particularly because of its associations with sightings of The Loch Ness Monster. The Castle was destroyed in 1692 and is now under the protection of a Government sponsored body, Historic Scotland, that maintains Ancient Monuments for public access.
Inverness railway station is located in the City Centre. There are direct services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and London from the south and Aberdeen from the east. There are two scenic lines: to Thurso and Wick, and to Kyle of Lochalsh.
From London, the Caledonian Sleeper  is an excellent way to travel. It leaves from London Euston the previous night and arrives between 0800 – 0830. East Coast also operate a daily service to and from London King's Cross (known as The Highland Chieftain) which leaves at around 0900 (southbound) or 1200 (northbound). Journey time is around 8 hours.
Be warned. There is sometimes an error with the booking system through the internet if you intend to sit rather than book a sleeping berth; if your ticket says ‘no seat reserved', you need to either phone up First Scot Rail or visit your nearest train station to reserve one (for free). If you don't have a reserved seat you may not be allowed on the train, despite having bought a ticket with the times and dates of the train printed on them, or at best be forced to pay £40 for a sleeping berth if there is one available.
Inverness Airport  (Information Desk Tel: 01667 464000) is situated at Dalcross, 9 miles (15 km) east of the city, just off the main A96 trunk road. It connects to Edinburgh, London and a number of other places, and is served by FlyBE (a codeshare partner of British Airways), Easyjet, Eastern Airways, and Stobart Air. As with most airports, car rental services are available at the site. A taxi from the airport into the city costs around £15. Bus route 10 goes to town for much cheaper.
Some coach services running to Loch Ness include a short break in Inverness.
The main approaches to Inverness are the following:
- from the South and North on the A9 road
- from Aberdeen on the A96 road
- from the South West on the A82 road
None of the roads to Inverness are entirely dual-carriageway.