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April 27, 2015
Om Shanti Paul,
Thank you so much for the reply. Can I go a little further with my question? Currently a student pays $60 for unlimited classes. So, they can go to the beginner, intermediate, etc. I would like to keep that same option for the students, so how would that work out if one teacher is taking on more of the work than the others?
Since I will be teaching morning beginners I know I will have the largest group. It doesn't matter to me, but soon those students will move up, or into the evening classes. For example if teacher "A" has four classes, and they are not well attended. Teacher "B", has 5 classes and is packed on three classes but short on two other classes. Then there would be me......who would be there for three day classes.
A simple equation of taking in 1000 dollars for tuition would then be divided, 500 for the house, and 250 for each teacher? Money is not a motivator for either teacher. They are excited about teaching. One is a full time Mom, and the other will have a full time job and teach yoga at night and on Saturdays. It makes sense to me to do what you suggested, and pray for the best. My thought too is hoping it all flows. Do you cover any of this type of material in the yoga teacher training in a box?
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