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April 27, 2015
Thanks, Gator! That's definitely helpful, and I'm definitely going to use it... for the next class!
What I actually meant by my question (which I see now was quite unclear) was, How do you work out the details with a client to organize and schedule off-site classes (meaning not in a studio, but in a location convenient to the client like a workplace)?
My situation here has been that a friend posted a sign-up sheet in their workplace, ostensibly on my behalf, which I have never seen. I did however give dates for a six-week session of one class each week, based on the friend's assessment of her workmates availability. The co-workers decided amongst themselves that the first two dates didn't work, but this was not communicated to me until 2 hours before the now-cancelled class... etc etc.
So now I'm thinking, require a 5-person minimum, paid in advance by one week before the start date, for one thing. But I do hate that it might discourage those who are unsure or scared to try yoga.
Does anyone have a tried-and-true method for off-site classes? And/or handling yoga favors for friends?
Thanks to all -
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