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Yoga insurance coverage creates safety net

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Yoga insurance coverage creates safety net

Post by NACAMSStaff on Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:16 am

As a professional yoga instructor, you most likely know exactly how to create a safe environment for the clients who come to you. However, it is important to remember that there are two main ways to build a truly safe yoga teaching practice—the tangible ways and the intangible ways.

The tangible ways of ensuring a safe studio environment are the ways that should be fairly obvious to any practicing yoga instructor. For starters, you need to be especially careful about cleaning up and drying any wet spots on the floor as soon as possible. The chance of a client slipping and falling on a slick floor could be quite high if this basic safety measure is not taken. Another key tangible way in which yoga instructors need to be careful is when it comes to applying specific products and using certain tools and techniques on individual clients. It is important for professional yoga to get to know their clients, so they know whether these clients have any allergies or whether they may have an adverse reaction to an ingredient in specific products.

As a professional yoga teacher, you also want to be extremely careful when working with any type of product that could possibly harm the client. Your vigilance around the safety of your clients also should extend to the tools of the yoga teaching trade. Yoga liability insurance is designed to provide financial coverage and assistance in cases where clients or customers claim they have been injured by the professional yoga instructor or on the teacher’s property. Secure this intangible but critical safety net in order to build a truly safe yoga practice.

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