Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Private Membership Association?
Designed For Thriving is a legal entity called a Private Membership Association (PMA) for the purposes of protecting its members' 1st, 4th, 5th, and 14th Amendment rights to privacy, freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, and freedom of speech as it relates to their healthcare choices, natural products, and services. We are a local chapter of a large Private Membership Association.
We established this PMA out of reverence for your innate intelligence and design for thriving, recognizing there is a time and a place for ALL methods of medicine and operating exclusively within our scope of practice. As a PMA, we will continue to serve you in all the same capacities we always have, yet in a radically fresh way: providing a safe space to receive effective care and evaluate personal healthcare choices without fear of unreasonable consequence.
Why do I need to become a member?
As a private association, we no longer function in the public domain (as an LLC), which means we work only with private members. In so doing, we continue to operate in good legal standing as a private entity with the benefit of fewer restrictions.
Why do I need to pay a Membership Fee?
In joining this PMA you are signing a contractual agreement. To remain in good legal standing, the validity of this contractual agreement is assessed by two factors of exchange: signature and monetary. We must have record of both to complete your membership process, but the fee is a Lifetime Membership.
Can I cancel my Membership?
Once you become a Member, you can be a member for life for no additional charge. You can cancel your Membership at any time with a signed written statement.
Why is the Membership Agreement so wordy and full of "legal jargon"?
The legal team that drafted the Membership Agreement, used the language required to establish our Private Membership Association's (and all other PMAs associated with this group) legal basis, as it is protected by the U.S. Constitution and has been upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court over 40 times. So, because we have adopted this legal structure, we are contractually required to provide this legal paperwork for the benefit of our members and our governing organization, and the language of the agreement is not something that we can change.
Why is the "U.S. Supreme Court" and "Constitutional Amendments" mentioned so many times in this document?
The repetition of "U.S. Supreme Court" and constitutional amendments creates context for the establishment of the PMA. The frequency of the reference is simply to underscore the validity of the association in the eyes of the law. This information is included in the agreement so that the members have the information.
What are the benefits of becoming a Member?
Unlimited Access to our evolving on-line Resource Library
Your first 15-Minute Petite Consultation is FREE (real-life value of $44)
$25 off one of our on-line webinar series
A subscription to our mailing list including the Local Gem Newsletter
A deeper personal relationship with the Designed For Thriving Team
Priority scheduling during peak times
Customized session options like "Retreat Intensives"
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Please note that processing a membership may take up to three business days. Once processed, we will provided details via email regarding your member benefits.
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