Working for Good: Teaching Yoga in Community Nonprofits

Presented by Andrea Gilats, Ph.D. and RYT 200 | Live workshop on: January 20, 2016

Join us on Wednesday, January 20

at 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET!

High studio prices and misconceptions about yoga have kept many people from participating in classes. But you can serve overlooked audiences and earn a good living by teaching in community nonprofits. Learn how to “pitch” a yoga class to appropriate nonprofits, how they fund, price, and promote classes, how to set your teaching fee, how to create engaging class descriptions, and how to help host organizations promote your classes. Attend the live event to ask questions.

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About Andrea Gilats

Andrea (Andy) Gilats, Ph.D, RYT 200, is a yoga teacher, writer, and nationally recognized expert on lifelong learning who spent three decades as an award-winning educator at the University of Minnesota. Through Third Age Yoga, her community-based teaching practice, she has worked with hundreds of people seeking a body-sensitive, age-appropriate approach to yoga. Her first book, Restoring Flexibility: A Gentle Yoga-Based Practice to Increase Mobility at Any Age, was published by Ulysses Press in November, 2015.

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