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Get ready for business with yoga liability insurance

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Get ready for business with yoga liability insurance

Post by NACAMSStaff on Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:11 am

If you recently began work as a professional yoga instructor, then you are most likely in the process of setting up your career. At this point, you should be quite excited to begin making money putting those skills to use as you teach folks throughout your local community. However, before you can start exchanging your services for monetary gain, there are obviously a few things that need to be set up first.

The most obvious of these preliminary steps is going to be determining exactly where you will work—whether you will take on a station in a salon or spa that is owned by someone else or if you will be working on your own as a yoga teacher. Once you have that part sorted out, your next move may be to purchase any necessary equipment that you do not yet own. There is also another, less tangible, step to becoming a professional yoga teacher, and that is the process of securing yoga insurance. This is another important piece of setting up your career for success, because you need to make sure you are protected from potential legal claims.

In many states and regions, yoga teachers may be required by law to possess their own yoga teacher liability insurance in order to offer their services to the public. If you are not sure what the laws are in your state regarding yoga liability insurance, be sure to check with the governing board or other entity that regulates your profession. Fortunately, the cost of yoga liability insurance is so low that the benefits of such coverage easily outweigh the costs. Look for a yoga liability insurance policy first and start your business.

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