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April 27, 2015
I am looking for feedback and any related experiences. For years, i taught yoga classes at a local gym. The writing has been on the wall and the ownership has changed. The new owner wants 60% of all personal training and private sessions.
I know this is the new economy and the new owner has a right to make ends meet but i feel like this is outrageous. my rates are $50 per hour for privates so now i will get $20. My feeling is male clients can have sessions in the studio while female clients can have sessions in my yoga loft at home. I rarely get male yoga students at all.
Has anyone got any tips. I have a nice space at home but never invited anyone except close friends. Are there any insurances I should have?
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