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Guard against risk with yoga teacher liability insurance

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Guard against risk with yoga teacher liability insurance

Post by NACAMSStaff on Fri Sep 14, 2012 7:31 am

As varied as your dance classes can be, there are certain aspects of serving as a professional yoga instructor that nearly every teacher has in common. One of those factors, which not many yoga instructors may consider, at least not when they first begin their careers, is the risk involved in teaching yoga to a group of students. Teaching dance involves a much lower level of risk than performing surgery or owning an amusement park, but the level of risk is still there.

The fact that yoga classes consist of so much movement, stretching and physical training is where some of the risk comes into play. The other aspect of risk is one shared by nearly every business that allows customers, students or clients to come onto its property—the risk that one of these customers, students or clients will have an accident while on the property and decide to sue the business owner for damages.

This is one of the main reasons that yoga teacher liability insurance exists, to provide financial coverage and protection to the business owner in case someone suffers an accident on the property. It is also one of the main reasons that yoga teacher liability insurance exists. After all, you cannot predict when or if a person will slip, trip or fall in your dance class or on the property of your dance studio.

Another piece of the coverage package you should receive with the right yoga instructor liability insurance is product liability coverage. This is designed to provide the necessary financial coverage in cases where a person claims damage or injury due to some sort of product or tool used in your yoga classes or studio.

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