5 (and a bit more) tested and proven ways to grow students in your yoga business.
This manual has been designed specifically for yoga teachers and studio owners who are looking for newer ways to attract more clients in the studio, or in the community hall, with little investment.
It will guide you step by step through five (and a bit more) tested and proven ways to help you grow students and increase revenue from your yoga classes faster.
(Having a yoga website is Not a requirement).
The report includes samples and templates.
You will discover:
This report is an instant access downloadable manual, you can download on your phone, ipad, tablet, or computer.
Yoga is a hot market, how come many classes are often half empty?
Planning the promotions for the yoga studio is about achieving your yoga mission by delivering the right message through targeted advertising.
Whether you are teaching Yoga at The Shard, or renting a community hall choose a marketing plan that works for you and prove to yourself that selling yoga is cool. As long as you have the honesty in what you communicate to your customers, the results of your efforts will delight you and your students.
In this report you will discover
This report is an instant access downloadable booklet, you can download on your phone, ipad, tablet computer.
All above in one, only $75, Plus FREE gift – Your guide to digital planning checklist is included FREE
1. Your Guide to Getting Yoga Students in Your Studio Fast
You will discover:
2. Your Guide to Studio Promotion Schedule
3. Your Checklist to Digital Planning
In the beginning you will need less than they tell you, but don’t miss out the essentials.
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