How do you set your Yoga Teacher Training dates and rates?
We’re writing today with some strategic considerations about setting dates and rates for a successful Yoga Teacher Training program.
If you need some tips on setting your training dates and rates strategically considerate, we shared some tips on how we do it based on their effectiveness and our eight years of as yoga trainers.
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Tips on setting dates as you plan your Yoga Teacher Training
- Setting dates and setting rates are not separate tasks. They need to be combined because rates can influence dates and vice versa.
- Consider early registration. Use the early registration payments you got from your students for any deposits or printing costs you need to pay before the training starts.
- You can set the dates so the participants can finish the Yoga Teacher Training in a year and have the four (4) modules rotating, one in each season.
- You can offer a one month intensive and do all the hours in one block.
- You can offer a combination of intensive and weekly format, e.g. every Wednesday night plus one weekend a month.
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