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Coverage is key for yoga instructors

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Coverage is key for yoga instructors

Post by NACAMSStaff on Sat Mar 17, 2012 9:27 am

When you enrolled in classes to get licensed and certified as a yoga instructor, you likely knew you were entering a field where you get to make people feel better by making them feel better.

This is great news for the professional yoga instructor, as business should be humming right along, especially as one builds up a loyal client base and begins to get word of mouth referrals. However, before you get too far into your work as a yoga teacher, it is wise to stop and make sure your career is covered. In other words, make sure you have the right yoga insurance policy.

Depending on where you do your work as a yoga teacher, you may be required by law or by employer or both to secure yoga instructor liability insurance. Even if you are not required to get such a policy, doing so is a smart move for you and your business. The reasons are obvious—as a yoga teacher you need to be covered in case one of your clients has an accident at your place of work or otherwise finds a reason to claim damage or injury due to something that takes place during an appointment.

With the right yoga teacher insurance policy, you will not need to worry about such “what ifs.” You will have a safety net in place to protect you and your business in case any unexpected events take place.

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