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April 27, 2015
This is an interesting subject because there are many variables to put in your brochure. You also need a proposal - for example the factors below should be taken into account.
To receive an accurate proposal, off-site yoga students or their companies need to provide you with the following information:
Yoga students gain the greatest benefits when they practice frequently. Two or three yoga classes in a week are advisable.
If you are scheduling yoga classes for more than one group within the same facility, consecutive classes on the same day will cost them less than classes on different days of the week.
Length of class
This should be factored into your pricing. More time - more money!
Time of Day
Pricing may be different depending on your schedule. Lunchtime is prime time for classes in many companies, because employees can practice yoga on their own time.
Who supplies yoga mats, bolsters, blocks, pillows, straps, blankets, or eye pillows for your class? You don't want to carry all those Yoga props every week. But you can recommend what yoga students should buy or rent from you.
How much extra mileage and travel time is involved? More distance and time equals more compensation.
The space you will want to hold your yoga classes in will need to be big enough to accommodate group size.
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