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April 27, 2015
I am in in the exact same position as you are at this time. I am considering placing a small yoga studio in my home and also considering going to people's homes as well. For me, as a woman, I look at safety as a primary concern. When you choose to teach out of a studio setting and in a private environment, you raise the question of your personal safety. Either way, your home or your client's would be fine, if they were referred to you by someone you know. I am choosing to build my business through referrals from my current yoga instructor. This is obviously a slower way to build your yoga business, but it is a way I am more comfortable with. I hope this ds not sound too paranoid, but I believe you can create a thriving yoga business client by client and without risk to yourself. Hope this helps!
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