Teaching private yoga class is a great way to get to know new clients, form a deeper connection with returning clients, and make some extra income. Before you start, there are some things you need to know about running a private yoga class. Once you master these tips, your private yoga students will want to come back over and over again.
The first seemly obvious yet often understated tip is to promote your private classes. No one will take your class if they don’t know they exist! So, promote in your large classes, on social media, and anywhere else you can. Once you’ve secured your first client, your next step is to ask them what their goals are.
Yoga is a unique and individual experience for everyone and that means everyone will have a different set of goals when they start. Whether they want to work on strength, inner peace, or flexibility it’s your job to take them down that path. Finally, listen to your intuition. When you’re working with clients, seeking out new opportunities, or expanding your business you should always listen to your gut. It will never steer you wrong.