Yoga Business Academy welcomes submissions from studio owners, managers, yoga teachers, therapists and anyone who would like to see their yoga stories published with a view to inspire fellow yogis and teachers.
We will look at all content, however we can’t publish them all, and it may take us a while to respond to all submissions that we intend to publish, so please be patient.
Send your images and copy to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We don’t have formal criteria for selecting yoga stories but in general are looking for content that is fresh, helpful to fellow yoga teachers, newsworthy, has a good success story behind it and some cool images.
Yoga Business Academy prides itself on the freshness of its content so if your project or story has already been published, we’ll kindly pass. We are more likely to consider submissions that are sent exclusively to us, and we believe will help other yoga teachers grow their business and help through their career.
To submit your story for consideration, simply email us a selection of good jpegs (at least 1000 pixels on the shortest side will be great), some text about the project and links where appropriate.
Please do not send unsolicited PDFs, zipped images, links to FTP sites or filesharing sites, or very large files – we don’t need huge images.
We are unable to pay for photography or the content but we will happily give credits, links and full copyright details where appropriate, the publication on Yoga Business Academy is a good way to promote your business.
Please make sure you only submit content to us if you are the owner of all intellectual property rights in that content. This means, for example, that you own the copyright in the content as well as any trade marks or design rights where applicable, which may be registered or unregistered. Please check you own these rights if you are unsure.
We are free to publish content that you submit to us in whole or part on this website, on any other site in which we have publishing rights, or via any other means, for example through social media; and to allow third parties also to similarly publish this content where they do so in association with us.
Please make sure you do not submit any content that might be considered abusive, obscene, illegal, racist, factually inaccurate, as that would be very unyogi and we will not publish.
Remember you are fully responsible for all content you submit to us and you accept liability for any actions relating to the content. Any comments and reviews posted on this website by you or other users do not necessarily reflect our opinions and we are not responsible or liable for any content submitted by you or anyone else.
By providing submissions to us, you confirm that agree with these terms.
Thank you for submitting content to Yoga Business Academy.
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