How to Fill Out Yoga Classes and Retreats – A Guided Training Manual

The Source Based Guidance for Independent Yoga Teachers, Studio Owners, Aspiring Teachers, Therapists, Artists and Holistic Entrepreneurs That Want To Share More.

GuideThis guided manual was created for a training event for yoga teachers which took place in May 2016 in Hale, Manchester.

Attendees paid £95 to be there.  For a limited time only download for £1.

This 55-page training manual is divided into 2 parts.

Part ONE:

How to Fill Yoga Rooms & Retreats – The Outcome:

  • Practical toolkit to grow students
  • Simple systems that work in yoga / therapy rooms
  • Tools that support to share the benefits of yoga to the right people at the right time
  • Increased number of student enquiries
  • More bums on mats

PART TWO

How to grow client database by sharing your message

  • Client database Why matters?
  • The most important asset in your business
  • How to build relations with students
  • How to build loyalty
  • Social Media YBA way – why most social media campaigns do not pass beyond clicks and likes.
  • How to craft the offer that people will want to buy without selling
  • And more!

Plus, the guide also includes the Exercise Section in order to put in practice

This guide will give you the ideas and the inspirations to:

Fill More Mats: The easy and ethically conscious way to attract healthy flow of students into your practice

Share Your Message: How to transform your yoga classes into a vibrant, buzzing yoga community that serves the greater good

Be Aligned: How to align your business fundamentals to your purpose, mission, and vision.



Enjoy

Tamara Machavariani Forrest-Smith

Yoga Business Academy

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