the business of teaching yoga

By: JC Gabler
Jean-Christophe Gabler, originally from France, made a pivotal move to Los Angeles in 1993. Initially immersing himself in the entertainment industry, Gabler embarked on a diverse career path. His ...
Edited date: October 2, 2022Estimated reading time: 1 minutes

larry payne’s tips for teachers

Approaching Corporations For Teaching Opportunities.

A great way to expand your teaching opportunities is to contact the human resources directors at corporations and offer to teach a free “lunch and learn” Yoga seminar/demonstration. You can start small and build a base of students who buy monthly packages for a discount with “drop ins” paying more. The corporation furnishes the room and you offer a discount to the employees. A commitment of twice a week yields the best results.

Get yourself announced on the company e-mail system to get the word out. Class times scheduled during the lunch hour, or after work, tend to be the most successful.

Larry Payne Ph.D., Author of The Business of Teaching Yoga

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