The decision to take part in the festival and workshops is ultimately yours, as is the responsibility for whatever results come from that decision. Some workshops involve the use of body movement, sharp tools and/or use of fire or hot objects, and facilitators will do their best to make all participants aware of the inherent dangers of their particular workshop and relevant safety guidelines, however you (or you for your child) are responsible for using your own judgement and common sense when doing anything. If you (or your child) don’t feel ready/strong enough/whatever for something, then you don’t have to do it. We aren’t going to force you to do anything. We will also hold no judgement either way if you choose not to do something. If you (or your child) do attempt something and suffer injury at the festival, we will of course do everything we can to help. In the end we are in a natural and often unpredictable environment….if you want a safety cocoon it might be best to stay home.
While we believe in taking full personal responsibility for our actions, all participants will be asked to sign a waiver on entry to the festival.
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