This website, our workshops and social media posts and all the information they contain are based on the personal experiences, opinions and research of Director’s Kiera Henry and Brianna Taylor. Such is shared for information and educational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is your responsibility to complete thorough research into the application and reliability of all the information provided on our website, social media posts and in our workshops. 


Sow Into You assumes no responsibility or liability for any consequences whether directly or indirectly as a result of any action or inaction you take in response to information on our website, social media posts, workshops. 


Sow Into You reserves the right to modify, add or delete any content on our website, social media posts or in our workshops at any time without prior notice.


Our website, social media posts, workshops may contain links to external websites that are not monitored or controlled by or in any way associated with Sow Into You. We do not guarantee the reliability and application of any information on these external websites.


Sow Into You recognises children under the age of 13 are protected by Federal Law and we take the protection of the privacy of all children participating in our workshops or services seriously. Sow Into You requires and therefore assumes that the booking of any of our workshops or services for young people under the age of 18 are to be completed by a consenting legal guardian. All information gathered through our website or as a requirement of booking a workshop is provided by the legal guardian and therefore with their expressed consent. 


In NSW, mandatory reporting is regulated by the Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998. All workshop facilitators of Sow Into You are mandatory child protection reporters and therefore have a professional obligation to report concerns where they have reasonable grounds to suspect that a child (under 16 years of age) is at risk of significant harm to the appropriate government authorities. Mandatory reports relate to where the grounds to suspect a child is at risk of significant harm arise during the course of the person’s work or role. 


Any further questions regarding this disclaimer can be made via our contact page.