Class Policies

Online Classes

Each booking in an online class is intended for one enrolled student only. Do not share passwords, class documents or videos, or invite others to viewings of online sessions.

Preparing for Class
Attending an online class requires a desktop or laptop computer with strong, reliable internet. A tablet may suffice. A phone is NOT recommended. Classes will not be refunded or exchanged for poor viewing quality due to inadequate set-up. Before the start of your class, you will receive a Welcome Email with details to prepare for your online class, including information on programs (like Zoom) needed for class viewing.

Cancellation & Transfer Policy
Online classes can be refunded or exchanged up to one week prior to the start of class. Online classes that include special content, like unique video access, are not refundable. The live portion of non-refundable classes may be exchanged for a later session up to one week prior to the start of class – only if a later session is available. If no later session becomes available the class cannot be exchanged. Exchanges after the one week time limit are available only if we can fill your seat and, again, only if a later session is available.

In-person Classes

Classes and workshops at Bullseye are for those who are 18 years of age and older, except where noted, or by special permission and when accompanied by an enrolled adult.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Class fee includes a $25 nonrefundable, nontransferable registration fee.

Preparing for Class
About one week before the start of your class, you will receive a Welcome Email with details of the class location, what to bring, appropriate attire, meal arrangements, etc.

Cancellation & Transfer Policy
We are currently postponing all classes through September 30. Enrolled students are being contacted by email to make other arrangements. Our regular cancellation and transfer policy is temporarily suspended. If you need to cancel from a session we are offering gift cards in the amount of your registration, or refunds minus the $25 registration fee. We are monitoring our ability to run future sessions and are considering the health of our communities as we make decisions. We will post here as we know more.

Liability Waiver and Release
At the beginning of class, you will be asked to complete a liability waiver. Parents or legal guardians of minors are required to fill out a separate waiver.

California Prop 65
The State of California requires clear and reasonable warnings on products containing chemicals that have been shown to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm, even if these products contain only trace levels. Manufacturers of certain products include warnings pursuant to California Proposition 65, and caution is recommended when using products marked with the Prop 65 icon.