How to Get More People to Join Your Yoga Class.
Yoga teachers hold on to your seats. Sure - get the marketing information from CDs and e-Books, but paying huge fees for yoga business coaching services is out of the ball park. If I'm a fake yogi coach, all I have to do is buy Paul's marketing materials and recite them to you very, very, SLOWLY. I'll call myself "Yoda the Yogini Coach." It should take about 10 sessions and I'll give you a discount of $2500 - You SAVE $1000. You'll get all the reliable information that Paul created.
If you like that idea, post back and I'll activate your non-refundable payment by Pay Pal or Western Union. So, just go to the source (Aura) because I really don't feel like fleecing anyone. Shame on these pretenders who never had a studio and say they're yoga business coaches. The guy who has his girlfriend post on forums is a website builder and most of the rest are not really qualified. The guy in the UK looks real, but 97 UK pounds hurts right now, with the buck not doing so well in comparison to pounds or Euros.
Sadly, I get the feeling Paul is way too busy to coach by phone or in person, so he created an affordable way to learn how to market your yoga classes. If you look through Aura's courses, make sure you get one with business and marketing materials or call them up and find out how to get a custom package.
You really enjoy teaching yoga classes, yet you don’t know how you’re going to market your classes to potential new yoga students. There are many yoga marketing options out there that are tremendously affordable.
You should be advertising your yoga classes wherever possible. If this means printing off signs and posting them in public places, do so. Your signs should state what days you teach yoga classes on and what qualifies you to teach yoga. Notices of new member discounts should also be posted on the signs if you offer them to new members. Health clinics and other fitness facilities are great places to post printed signs, but make sure you check with the owners of the facilities to make sure it is alright to place signs advertising your yoga classes there.
A better option than posting signs advertising yoga classes is to have some printed brochures placed in certain locations throughout the town or city that you offer the classes in. Salons and medical offices can be great places to place such brochures. The brochures should detail what dates and times you offer the classes on, what your yoga teaching credentials are, how much each one of the yoga sessions costs, where you are located, what phone number the yoga center can be reached at, and any other information that you may deem necessary to include. The yoga brochures should stand out; perhaps a box display should be purchased to hold the brochures.
Placing simple advertisements advertising your yoga classes in local newspapers doesn’t need to be costly either. Just 10 years ago, newspapers had a monopoly. Now, newspapers will work with you on pricing. In the past, before the internet, they would scalp you for advertising. Still a simple newspaper advertisement placement usually costs around $300, but most papers will gladly take $40 to $75 and the ad can help you recruit more people for your yoga class. Paying a little bit more to add bold lettering or a bold title to your newspaper advertisement can certainly help your yoga business get noticed. Offering a free yoga class or two to potential members can be a great way to get people interested in joining your yoga class. That way, the people can see how much they’ll enjoy yoga classes before they actually have to spend any money for the classes. No matter how you choose to advertise your yoga classes, be sure to keep a positive attitude and know that there are many people out there interested in learning yoga.