CITYOGA uses a sliding scale pricing model for our services to both make yoga accessible for those with lower incomes and wealth and to center our values on redistribution. We encourage you to take both income and wealth into consideration, though one’s wealth status is the most important when determining a sliding scale rate. Income is what you make (usually monthly) from a job, disability, social security, etc. Wealth is the personal property (homes, cars) + savings + income generating assets (real estate, investments) minus liabilities (debts, loans) within your network and/or family.
How to place yourself on our sliding scale
Are you and your family homeowners or landowners?
Have you attended private education institutions or do you have an advanced degree?
Are your bills or credit cards on autopay?
Have you not had difficulty accessing and affording healthcare or health insurance for you or your family members?
Do you have zero to no debt and/or do you have disposable income?
Do you have a safety net composed of “financially stable” or wealthy family and friends?
Do you have U.S. Citizenship?
If your answers were...
Mostly Yes: You should consider our Supporter Rate
Some Yes, Some No: You should consider our Standard Rate
Mostly No: You should consider our Community Rate
We trust in those of you who have greater means to continue contributing at levels that support others, and by doing so, we will also amplify the right livelihood of our outstanding instructors. Cityoga splits the class profits 50/50 with the instructor, which means half of what you pay goes right into the teacher's pocket. This is to help support our teachers and provide them a fair wage for their service.
All students, teachers, staff, and managers must uphold our Cityoga policies. Please review them before purchasing.
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