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Coverage is key, even for yoga teachers

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Coverage is key, even for yoga teachers

Post by NACAMSStaff on Mon Mar 21, 2011 2:36 pm

Whether they are teaching a soothing, restorative yoga class or a blood-pumping, physical form of “power” yoga, or any one of the many kinds of yoga in between, all yoga instructors have several threads in common. For one, yoga instructors work with members of the public, from one on one private sessions to small groups to large classes. For this reason, it is a good idea that all yoga instructors seek and secure a solid yoga instructor liability insurance policy.

Yoga instructor liability insurance is there to protect yoga teachers from any one of the many unexpected occurrences that could unfold in and around a yoga practice. When a person is working with the public, whether that person is a yoga instructor or a clothing retailer, it is important to have coverage for factors that can be out of one’s control.For example, one of the key components of yoga instructor liability insurance is going to be general liability insurance. Also know as “slip and fall” insurance, this aspect of your coverage is going to protect you in case someone slips, trips, falls or otherwise has a harmful accident on the property where you teach yoga.

For less than a couple hundred dollars each year, you can have all the security that comes with yoga instructor liability insurance. Do your homework, and find the right policy for you and your yoga practice.

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