Most of our events are offered live via teleconference, and a few are offered via video conference.
All you need is a phone or a computer to participate.
Teleconference Classes via MaestroConference
When you register for an event through our website, you will land on a confirmation page, and receive a confirmation email. Both will include your call-in data from our teleconferencing platform, MaestroConference.
Calling by Phone
The call-in number will be a normal US phone number. Regular phone rates apply, so please check with your phone carrier for pricing. This will simply be a long distance call. No other charges are attached to the dialing the number.
At the time of your call, enter the phone number. This gets you into the “Clairvoyant Center of Hawaii” on MaestroConference. Then, after the prompt, enter your PIN, followed by the # key. Your PIN gets you into the right classroom!
You will enter a teleconference “global auditorium.” Imagine that you find your seat among the other students! Make yourself comfortable. You might hear some music until the event is ready to start, and then a teacher will greet you and begin.
Calling from a Computer
Alternatively, you can dial in using your computer by visiting: https://webphone.maestroconference.com
When prompted, enter your PIN to enter the classroom. Allow the device to use your mic.
Calling from outside the US? In this case, we recommend using the webphone option above, or using Skype.
Calling with Skype
You can call in for free using Skype. First, you need to add to your contacts one of these two Skype names: Maestro4294 or MCDirect1.
Please make sure you add the Skype contact EARLY to your contacts to make sure you are connected, to avoid scrambling at the last minute to get connected. IF SKYPE DOES NOT APPROVE your request, click here to learn more.
When you are ready to call in, click on CALL PHONE (not Video Call). To input your PIN, you need to left click with your mouse on the “Call” button on the dashboard at the top of your Skype screen (not the green button under the contact) and scroll down and click on “Show Dial Pad”.
**If you are not able to get in, it could be because the Skype lines are overloaded. In that case, please try one of the other ways to call in. If your Skype call quality is poor, hang up and dial again, until you get a good connection.
***You should install and test your calling method BEFORE the call by connecting and using the test Pin 624142. If you get sent to a room and hear music, you know it will work for the actual event, when it is time. When your conference is set to start, use the Pin that was originally assigned to you.
We love participation! If you have a question or a comment, press 1 on your keypad. This is like “raising your hand,’ and the teacher can call on you.
If you’re somewhere noisy, we may mute you so the noise doesn’t disturb the other students. You can also mute your own phone, and unmute yourself when you have something to share. If you have trouble hearing at any point, or the sound gets funny, press 2 on your keypad. This lets the teacher know there’s a sound issue.
If Your Event Happens via Zoom...
Most of our events are audio conference courses offered via MaestroConference. Your event will specify if it is offered via Zoom video conference.
Zoom is very easy to use - all you need is access to internet and a computer, tablet or smart phone to participate via video. When you register for an event through our website, you will land on a confirmation page, and receive a confirmation email. Both will include a very important Zoom link that allows you to access the video conference.
During Your Call
When attending a conference call, it is best to find a quiet place where you can be alone, uninterrupted for the duration of the event.
Barking dogs, fighting cats, jackhammers, and noisy neighbors are part of most everyones lives. Usually, these noises get louder when we are doing something we wish to concentrate on. (Of course!) If this is to happen during the event, please place your phone on mute. You may feel free to change locations during the event as well. Please just be mindful of the outside interference which may occasionally come through your phone line.
If You Get Disconnected
Technology can be a strange beast, and for whatever reason, the line goes dead sometimes. Jump off the line, and then follow the same set of instructions above. That should reconnect you.
The tuition for our courses is per person, not per phone line, so if someone else you know is interested in attending an event with us, please have them register, too.