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Liz

Wonderful article and video.. i truly enjoy sharing little clips and videos with students, so if they don't have time to make it into the studio, they can still feel like they are a part of class!

Meredith Johnston

Another easy and great way for teachers to offer online yoga classes is through the website, YogaVibes (www.yogavibes.com), which serves as the platform for many yoga instructors looking to bring their classes online. YogaVibes offers both paid-for classes, as well as free videos from all of its partnering instructors. There you can find Sage Rountree, Sadie Nardini, Rolf Gates, Ana Forrest and many more wonderfully inspiring yoga teachers! Check it out.

Michelle

Thank you, this was so helpful! Ironically, I was spending the morning brain-storming ideas for a yoga DVD, since I live in a part of the world where there are no studios and my students are always asking for more classes. I'm so glad that this just happened to be the topic for this newsletter!

Naomi

Your insurance may not cover you for teaching classes on line as opposed to in the classroom so it is important to check with the insurer

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