Reservations for our lifestyle programs can be made by calling 1-256-449-2628 between 9-6 PM, CST. To ensure we can accommodate you on your preferred dates, we recommend that you make your reservation at least two to four weeks in advance of your intended arrival date. You may of course book with shorter notice, subject to availability.
Arrival and Departure
All programs begin on a Sunday. Check-in time is between 9-12 PM, CST. Check-out time is the following Sunday between 9-10 AM, CST. Please let us know if your circumstances require an exception. For an additional fee, early check-in is available on Saturday evening between 7-9 PM, CST.
We offer complimentary bus and airport pick-ups and drop-offs. However, due to our distance from Atlanta and the fact that we operate under a different time zone, Atlanta pick up and drop off times can’t be too early or too late.
Good times for bus or flight arrivals would be 10-12 PM, EST and bus or flight departures would be 1-3 PM, EST. It is highly preferable that guests follow these guidelines.
It is highly recommended you make your stay with us a family affair. Discounts are offered to families of the same household such as spouses or other members of your immediate family (18 years and over). This family experience encourages the continuation of the program at home.
Medications and/or Supplements
We ask that you bring any medications and/or supplements that you are currently taking, and enough for the time you are with us as we respect the recommendations given to you by your physician. Although frequently our health guests do manage to reduce their medications as their body heals, the rate at which this happens is different for each individual.
If you are a diabetic, please bring: 1) your glucose monitor 2) sufficient strips for your period of stay (testing 4-6 times per day) and 3) sufficient lancets.
What to Bring
- Personal toiletries
- Dietary supplements and medications
- Diabetics: glucose monitor, sufficient strips and lancets for your period of stay (testing 4-6 times per day)
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Bathing suit/trunks
- No skid shower shoes
- Hair Dryer
- Dress is casual; however, please choose clothing for comfort and modesty (please, no sleeveless or low cut tops, tight or revealing clothing, or shorts/skirts above the knees)
- A raincoat, boots, light jacket (for cool evenings)
- Warm comfy jacket, hat and gloves (for cold weather)
- Dress clothes for special occasions
What NOT to bring
- Television sets or radios.
- Junk food, tobacco or alcohol products.
- Illicit drugs or substances that can be used to alter your consciousness.
- Weapons of any kind such as guns, knives, brass knuckles, etc.
- Candles, incense or anything that has a naked flame or produces smoke.
Thank you for adhering to our smoke-free, drug-free, alcohol-free, and weapon-free policy.
Laundry detergent, an iron and an ironing board are available. Linen and towels are provided.
Unfortunately, you cannot bring your pets with you.
Cell Phone use is very limited as we are in a very remote location. However, Verizon works well.
You may let family and friends know that they are welcome to call you at 1-256-449-2628 prior to 9:00 PM.
However, please plan ahead to reduce unnecessary business contacts during this time.
We want you to be able to rest and relax from the everyday stresses of life.
Leaves of Absence
Leaves of absence and town trips are excluded except in the event of family medical emergencies or death.
Each of the program lectures builds on one another.
Group participation and continuity of treatments are an integral part of our program.
We discourage visitors as we do not want any interference during scheduled treatments, lectures and programs.
However, family and friends are welcome to visit on Saturday. If you would like them to eat with you, arrangements can be made in advance.
A specially planned graduation will be held Saturday evening.