When the pandemic hit, many yoga teachers panicked for a week or so and then quickly constructed a new working life via Instagram live classes, eventually finding a Zoom rhythm that would pay the rent. Teaching yoga over Zoom became the new normal for most yoga teachers in the last year.
But maybe you’re wondering – what’s next? And if you want to continue offering yoga classes online (hint – you definitely should), how can you provide the best experience for your students?
In this episode I’m talking to Kyle from Interval about teaching yoga online, how to provide the best experience to your students that will allow you to stand out, what equipment you really need to film great classes, why you should add a video library and so much more.
Interval is a software that lets you schedule and stream yoga classes, accept payments, sell memberships and host unlimited class recordings. It looks really really great and I’m so excited to share it with you.
Here’s what we discuss:
- What video libraries are and why they are so valuable
- How to price yourself and your offerings
- The importance of a community experience for your students
- The equipment that Kyle recommends & see’s often within the industry
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