Thu, 21 Jun|
Create your Yoga Bizz Mandala
Are you a yoga teacher and/or studio owner, but don't know how to profile yourself? Then this workshop is for you!
Time & Location
21 Jun 2018, 10:00 – 13:00
Zeeburgerpad 74, Zeeburgerpad 74, 1019 AD Amsterdam, The Netherlands
About the Event
Workshop 'Create your Yoga Bizz Mandala'
Are you a yoga teacher and/or studio owner, but don't know how to profile yourself? Are you wondering how to fill up your classes and workshops? Do you want to know how to distinguish yourself in the apparently crowded yoga market?
If you are walking around with these questions, then this is the workshop for you!
Find your answers and translate your doubts into a clear plan for growth. Together with branding specialist Ellen Roggeveen you create your unique Yoga Bizz Mandala and you get the tools to take steps. Create your Mandala and become the yoga teacher and/or studio owner you want to be!
In this 3-hour workshop we will playfully work to define your yoga business based on targeted questions and exercises. We map out your personal 'who, what and why' so that you are able to give direction to your yoga business. Be challenged and go home with the tools to put your Yoga Bizz Mandala into practice.
Ellen Roggeveen is a strategist specializing in branding & positioning. Her background is publisher/editor-in-chief. She is also a yin yoga teacher and writes for Yoga Magazine, among others.
€ 75 excl. VAT
We work in a small group and can only accommodate 6 people. So register quickly via https://www.reyn-amsterdam.nl/workshops and you will receive the information regarding payment. Once we have received your payment, we will reserve your spot.
Zeeburgerpad 74, Amsterdam
Reyn for Body and Mind
“As an owner, you are busy filling the studio. You want to attract the right teachers, create a nice schedule and promote your classes in the right way. Many choices come your way and before you know it you are fluttering. I needed focus and practical tools. Now that I have a clear picture of what I stand for, I can actually take steps.”
Suzanne Reynaert, Reyn for Body and Mind