Covid-19 Safety Information
PSS Student Travel and Safety Guidelines
As we continue through this unprecedented period we are creating an online option, and and switching to small groups for those who can safely travel.
- We will be following Colorado Boulder County and State guidelines. Go to this page and review Colorado guidelines, and your own state guidelines regarding traveling. Some state guidelines are better than others. Please be responsible to keep you and everyone safe.
- Review what is happening in your state by searching online for “Covid-19 Cases and (State Name). Only come if it is safe for you to do so. We are prioritizing local and car traveling students, but also scholarship students and people who have set travel plans. If you can’t make it last minute, your tuition will be transferred to a new date without any extra costs.
- You are required to wear a mask during your travel, or anytime inside buildings or airports.
- We have a new Covid-19 safety disclosure form to be completed to reserve your spot.
We’ll prioritize those who can travel safely to our events, and commit to our simple safety protocols. Our training studio is on 8.5 beautiful acres of land, with a big yard, so we will meet outside as much as possible. There is plenty of space to spread out for the experiential journey sessions inside the studio. Masks may be required when experiential sessions reduce social distancing requirements. We expect the guidelines to change over time.
We’ll need to remain flexible through the pandemic, so we encourage you to make sure your travel arrangements are transferable if necessary. Due to covid, we’d like to request that those traveling only do so if it is safe to, and to wear masks. Masks keep everyone safe. We will send follow ups regarding our new safety protocols as we get closer to each date. The guidelines change about once a month in Colorado. If you’re not up for following some simple safety requirements, we’d like to invite you to wait until the pandemic passes. Tuition costs are frozen for current students through this period for the training you have signed up for. We’ll work together to make sure we can move through this period safely.
We will continue to monitor current trends in Colorado, and we ask that you do the same where you live, and we will continue to adjust accordingly. When things open up more, we will return to hosting slightly larger groups (18 or so fit comfortably in the studio in a circle), but we’re leaving the very large group to the annual community gathering.
Being a psychedelic guide means being able to navigate big experiences safely, and taking personal responsibility for your own safety and the safety of your clients and others in the program. I can’t imagine a better “setting” than a global pandemic to practice this. The work will continue and there’s no reason to push safety edges needlessly. I trust this process and the timing of your participation. We will be in constant contact with the cohorts through this period.