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Insurance protects your yoga studio

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NACAMSStaff
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Insurance protects your yoga studio

Post by NACAMSStaff on Tue Oct 25, 2011 7:54 am

As a yoga teacher there may be times when you do not lay hands on your clients in order to provide the healing work they seek. Regardless of how “hands-on” of a yoga teacher you happen to be, it is important to sign on for yoga instructor liability insurance. This has much less to do with whether or not you actually touch your clients, and much more to do with the fact that you are in business with members of the public—you exchange your services as a yoga teacher for money.

Therefore, like any other professional business, it is key for you to protect your practice and your financial assets. This appears to be especially true for those businesses that have clients come to them for the goods or services provided. For example, you will not likely find a grocery store that does not possess a solid liability insurance policy.

Whether you lay hands on your clients or not, as a professional yoga teacher, you do business with the public—and you may need the protection that comes with yoga teacher liability insurance.

    Current date/time is Sat Sep 23, 2017 1:53 am