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The Relationship School

Student (DPIR) and Apprentice (RC1)

Logistics & FAQs

Student (DPIR) Course Dates and Times

All pre-recorded classes will be released every other Friday.

All virtual Growth Sessions will happen every other Wednesday at 12:30pm Mountain Time. All call dates are listed here.

These calls will happen through Zoom using this link:

Semester 1
Virtual Growth Sessions 2020

  • First Live Class – February 5th, 12:30pm MT
  • March 4th, 12:30pm
  • March 18th, 12:30pm
  • April 1st, 12:30pm
  • April 15th, 12:30pm
  • April 29th, 12:30pm
  • May 13th, 12:30pm
  • May 27th, 12:30pm

Semester 2
Virtual Growth Sessions 2020

  • June 10th, 12:30pm
  • June 24th, 12:30pm
  • August 5th, 12:30pm
  • August 19th, 12:30pm
  • September 2nd, 12;30pm
  • September 16th, 12:30pm
  • September 30th, 12:30pm
  • October 14th, 12:30pm
  • October 28th, 12:30pm

Student (DPIR) Live Events

In Boulder, CO

  • February 20th-22nd, 2020
  • October 22nd-24, 2020 

Apprentice (RC1) Course Dates and Times

We will have virtual classes every other Tuesday at 12:30pm Mountain Time. All class dates are listed here.

These calls will happen through Zoom using this link:

Semester 1
Virtual Classes 2020

  • January 28th, 12:30pm
  • February 25th, 12:30pm
  • March 10th, 12:30pm
  • March 24th, 12:30pm
  • April 7th, 12:30pm
  • April 21st, 12:30pm
  • May 5th, 12:30pm
  • May 19th, 12:30pm

Semester 2
Virtual Classes 2020

  • June 2nd, 12:30pm
  • June 16th, 12:30pm
  • June 30th, 12:30pm
  • August 11th, 12:30pm
  • August 25th, 12:30pm
  • September 8th, 12:30pm
  • September 22nd, 12:30pm
  • October 6th, 12:30pm
  • October 27th, 12:30pm

Apprentice (RC1) Live Events

In Boulder, Co

  • February 19th-22nd, 2020
  • June 25th-27th, 2020
  • October 21st-24, 2020

Replays, Homework, Practice Partners

We will use a virtual classroom primarily. You’ll have your own members portal login information. All of the recordings of your classes and replays of your growth sessions will be posted here. We’ll also share important course documents and information in there as well.

Course Login:

Your own personal login information will be emailed to you prior to your first class. We suggest you get acquainted with the members portal so you’ll be familiar with how to navigate this area.

DPIR Facebook Group:

We’ll be using a private Facebook group to stay in touch with one another throughout the school year. Once you register you’ll be able to join the group. Here you can ask your questions, find a practice partner, share discoveries and experiences. This is also a place for class announcements.

Contact Sheet:

Once you register you’ll be given access to a contact sheet where enter as much or as little information as you would like. The contact sheet is used to set up practice partners and connect one-on-one. It will ONLY be shared between the students and staff of The Relationship School.

Requirements to Graduate With Your Certificate Of Completion

  • Show up for every single class (if you miss one, you write a reflection paper after watching the replay)
  • Small Group attendance
  • Reading: You will read one book per semester for a total of two books and write a reflection paper on each book
  • Attend the two or three live events (dates listed above and subject to change)
  • Pass both Warrior Exams
  • 80% class attendance
  • 80% of homework turned in on time and complete

Rough Agenda – February 2020
(subject to change)

Wednesday, February 19th:

  • 10:00am-5pm: RC1 Apprentices ONLY

Thursday, February 20th:

  • 10:00am-1:00pm: RC1 Apprentices ONLY
  • 2:00pm: DPIR Registration Opens
  • 3:00pm-7:00pm: RC1 Apprentices + DPIR Students

Friday, February 21st:

  • 8:00am-9:00am: DPIR Small Groups (OPTIONAL)
  • 9:00am-6:00pm: RC1 Apprentices + DPIR Students

Saturday, February 22nd:

  • 8:30am-9:30am: DPIR Small Groups (OPTIONAL)
  • 9:30am-6:00pm: RC1 Apprentices + DPIR Students
  • 6:15pm-7:00pm: RC1 Apprentices ONLY

Live Event FAQs

When and Where?

February 19th-22nd, 2020 (DPIR starts February 20th)

Hyatt Place
2280 Junction Pl, Boulder, CO 80301
303 442 0160
[email protected]

Discounted rooms are offered at a rate of $145 per night. Use this link to book your single king or double queen room, which is valid through January 31st, 2020. As a guest you also receive a discount on parking.

You are encouraged to stay at Hyatt Place during the event to get a discounted rate as a Relationship School student. You may consider sharing a room with one or more other students, and enjoy the convenience of staying on site.

This newer hotel is just minutes away from downtown Boulder, with easy access to visit the city effortlessly, including restaurants, the Pearl Street and 29th Street Malls. It is within walking distance of Whole Foods and offers public transportation right outside the front door.

Directions From Denver International Airport
45-60-minute drive from Denver International Airport (DIA), 1-hour ride on the AB Bus, and a 1-hour and 15-minute ride from DIA via the Boulder Super Shuttle.

Take Peña Blvd to I-70W to I-270W to US-36W. Follow US-36 W/Denver-Boulder Turnpike all the way into Boulder to Pearl Street (stop light); turn right on Pearl Street, and go past Whole Foods and through the light at 30th Street; turn left at Junction Place. The destination will be on your right.


From US-36 W/Denver-Boulder Turnpike take the CO-157 N/Foothills Parkway exit; take the Pearl Street; turn right at Junction Place. The destination will be on your right.

Hyatt Place does not have its own designated parking on site, although there are several City of Boulder parking garages nearby, one adjacent to the hotel, and guests receive a discounted rate of $14/night. Passes are available at the Front Desk, and you can come and go as desired. City parking lots located downtown can be found here.

Travel and Transportation

Denver International Airport (DIA)
DIA is the closest airport, approximately 50 miles southeast of Boulder.

RTD Bus The AB Bus is the most budget-friendly option and travels between DIA and Boulder every hour (between 3am-11pm). You can get a rider pass for $10.50 (one way, price subject to change) at the RTD Sales Counter at DIA, West Terminal, Level 5 or self-serve kiosk. Your stop will be “14th & Walnut – the downtown Boulder station.” From there, you can call a taxi, Lyft, Uber, or walk (1.5 miles).

Shared-ride shuttles and taxis to/from DIA There are several ground transportation options available. The Ground Transportation Information Counter is located in the central area on Level 5 of DIA, and the Green Ride Shuttle service is recommended for door-to-door pick up and drop off.

Car rental options to/from DIA Driving time between Denver International Airport (DIA) and Boulder is approximately 45 to 90 minutes depending on traffic. From DIA, follow Peña Blvd to I-70W to I-270W to US-36W. Follow US-36 W/Denver Boulder Turnpike all the way into to Boulder, CO.

Get directions from DIA.

Getting Around Boulder

Boulder is a walking-friendly town and there are additional accommodations and food options (Whole Foods is the closest) within easy walking distance from Hyatt Place. There are also several more options a brief 5-7 minute drive away.

Local Bus
There are many bus options and services throughout Boulder and the HOP bus stops just one block from Hyatt Place.

Boulder is an active bicycling town. Information on renting a bike at one of the many bicycle stations can be found here.

B-cycle is Boulder’s bike sharing program which allows you to rent and return a bike from various stations around town. Unlike typical bike rental, each ride is kept short, and B-cycles are returned to their stations when not in use rather than being kept and locked up. Pick up a bike at any B-station, and return it to any station when you’re done.

Other Ride Options
Lyft and Uber are both available in Boulder.

Local Taxi Service is available in Boulder. Contact Boulder Yellow Cab/zTrip or call 855-MY-zTrip (855-699-8747).

What to Bring
  • Water bottle (you’ll want to be drinking lots of water especially if you’re not used to being at a higher altitude)
  • Sunscreen
  • Snacks
  • Layers
  • Comfortable Shoes for walking around town or hiking the trails
  • Notebook and/or Laptop to take notes
  • Any personal items you may need
Boulder has a temperate climate and receives a majority of sunny or mostly sunny days each year. Average temperatures in Boulder vary drastically due mostly to its elevation (5,430 feet) and location in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Weather is subject to change quickly, so we recommend bringing layers for your stay, as well as each day of the live event, in order to be comfortable.

February temperatures range around the upper 40’s during the day and low 20’s at night (degrees Fahrenheit).

How Do I Find Someone For Ride or Room Share?
Check out the Facebook Group and contact list (you have access after applying and paying your $500 non-refundable deposit). Shared rides, lodging, or meet-ups, can be planned with fellow DPIR community members.
Are Food or Meals Included?

Meals are not included with registration. There is a Whole Foods market, as well as a number of restaurants within walking distance of the venue and several more a short drive away.

A variety of complimentary herbal teas and coffee will be available. You are welcome to bring water bottles and personal snacks into the meeting space. There will be breaks throughout the day, as well as an extended break for lunch.

What Is The Format and Agenda?
Jayson will combine teaching with breakout sessions where you will be able to practice and integrate the tools. There will also be time allotted for asking questions. Event details will be posted to your Facebook group, and a schedule will be emailed to you before the event.

Other Questions?

Email us at [email protected], and someone will get back to you within 24-48 hours.