Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are some of the health challenges your program participants experience?
A: Some participants are fit and healthy and come to learn more about health and how to prepare wholesome foods or for a beneficial holiday. Others have health challenges with chronic lifestyle diseases.
Q: What is the average age of your guests?
Q: What happens on weekends?
A: Our weekends are a time to relax from the more structured weekday schedule. More free time is available. Special activities are planned.
Q: What does one do in the evenings?
Q: Can any faith be accepted into your program?
Q: Will I like cholesterol-free food?
A: This is an excellent question and one we love to answer, YES! Although our dietary regimen is a new experience for many people, it is one of the highlights of the program. Our guests find our whole-plant based cuisine quite appealing and delicious, and they enjoy learning to prepare quick, tasty recipes in our “Practical Nutrition” class.
Q: My friend says supper is different at Hartland. Is that true?
Q: How should I dress?
A: The program is informal, including meal times, so dress comfortably to enjoy walking and exercising. You may wish to bring suitable attire for weekend activities. Don’t forget to bring warm clothes in winter!
Q: My cat and I are inseparable. What can I do?
Q: My husband and I both work. What can we do about our children?
Q: What happens if I change my mind about coming through the program?
A: The deposit of $500 is non-refundable.
Q: Someone said you don’t have a television. Is that true?
A: No, it is not true. There are TV’s in the common areas for lecture and selected health videos.
Q: What are hydrotherapy treatments like, and how do they help me?
A: Hydrotherapy incorporates water, steam, and sometimes ice in a very enjoyable, relaxing treatment, and maybe followed by massage. Your blood circulation and immune system will improve, and you’ll feel much better.