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Are No Charge Yoga Classes a Good Idea?
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May 1, 2008 - 10:58 pm
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Hi Sherry,

It's a great time to learn all you can about tough business. This economy will improve, but it will take time. Meanwhile those of us who survive the storm will be stonger when the economy is improving. This is a worldwide recession, so it will be rough for a while. Be glad you didn't sink thousands into that space. There are many yoga teachers who invest their life savings into their studio. Your overhead is low and you can always pick up private students, if you class meets once a week.

Stop comparing yourself to yoga teachers who have a dozen or more DVDs out there. There is always room for one more teacher. You may have a niche you don't know about yet. Take the time to read and study while your classes are small. Let us know how you make out with your free blog.


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