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March 17, 2010 - 12:36 pm
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Namaskar Anne,

Advanced payment for teaching yoga class packages is acceptable within your studio. I'm sure it will work when you teach off-site. The only objection will come from "walk-ins." If you choose to have packages only and forget the walk-ins, you will groom more serious students. The walk-ins could be allowed for a premium price, while your packages would reflect a discount.

Here's an example:5 classes for $60

Walk-ins: $17 per class

Your prices should reflect those in your yoga studio. I don't really like walk-ins because they always have one foot out the door. They are rarely focused on what's happening in class and remind me of grasshoppers going from one studio to the next or from one fad to the next. Yoga isn't a fad and I don't like wasting my time with people who don't know what they want.

Om Shanti

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