Answer these questions:
1. Are you willing and able to completely adjust your teaching style when brand-new-to-yoga-employees come into your corporate class? You'll have instances where employees are not able to transition up and down the mat, need a wall for balance and are not comfortable sitting in easy pose. Are you willing and able to accommodate them?
2. Are you able or willing to learn to invoice, accept checks, brainstorm with your client on ways to increase attendance, learn to speak their "corporate language" and handle all the other business details you need to be a "mobile studio" in order to serve your business clients?
3. Do you have the ability or willingness to learn to source, train and retain subs for when you are not able to teach your corporate classes?
4. Are you prepared to negotiate the terms of your contract for your yoga services so that you feel valued and appreciated?
5. Do you have the tenacity to do the hard work to consistently market to prospective corporations to earn business?
**If you answered YES to 4 or more questions you have what it takes to venture down the path of corporate yoga because while the increase of pay per class over studio teaching is attractive you are doing more work for that pay!
If you answered NO to the majority of the questions, I get that you may be turned off by a lot of the extras. However, you are here for a reason, and I think the ultimate goal is for all of us teachers to bring more yoga to more people. My advice to you would be to find a company like mine in your area that would place a corporate yoga teacher or corporate yoga sub so that you can show up and do what you do best....TEACH!
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