Creating, Filling and Marketing Group Classes
Offering group classes is a great way to have more people experience your Pilates. Many clients want a class atmosphere for the community, group energy and financial benefits of taking Pilates with others. But, how do you fill your group classes? What times should you offer them and how much should you charge? In this course, we will cover tips for getting your classes in front of your ideal client and how to fill your classes.
Tips on Retaining Your Pilates Clients
What Your Pilates Website Needs
So, what does your Pilates website need? What can your website do for your Pilates business? What are the do's and don'ts of a website? What are your website questions? Get them ready because this next webinar has Brad Crowell of Striped Rhino Web Development ready to answer all your website questions.
It's time your website started working harder so that you can do more of what you want to do: Teach Pilates!
Do You Talk Too Much?
When we are apprentices our teacher trainers are doing their hardest (hopefully) to make sure you know every nook and cranny of an exercise. When you take a session or are in a workshop they are correcting every move you make. “Head in, shoulders down, arms long, toes flared, spin on your head, flip over and blah blah blah…” Unfortunately as you come out of your program you end up teaching with way too many words. All your client here is “wah, wah, wh, blah blah.” How do you know? Aside from repeating yourself over and over again? Take this mini course and find out!
Preparing for Your Pilates Interview
Preparing for your Interview as a Pilates Instructor
Interviews can be nerve wracking. You want to put your best foot forward, because getting the interview right will put you one step closer to being in a Pilates studio – and doing what you love most: Teaching.
This course is to help you understand what a Pilates Interview can be, how to prepare for and rock it!
How to Set Up Your Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy ~ Yes, you need one!
I know that confrontation can be hard for many instructors. I also know that we get close to our clients and it’s difficult to charge them when they are sick, forgot, or simply got stuck in traffic. I mean sometimes life gets in the way and our clients miss Pilates and they cancel late. This course will cover:
- What “late” is
- Why cancellation policies are integral
- How to inform and follow through with a cancellation policy
After watching this course please meet me in the forums. I would love to hear your questions and experiences.
How To Maximize Your Existing Client Base
It happens, you need to teach more, make more money. You’re doing good but you want to be doing more! You’re at a studio maybe 2 and you need more clients. This course is a mini, down and dirty, get you busy right now. It also is to help you determine if you should add that second or third location to your life. This course covers how to best answer this question and how to get busier with what you already have!
Studio Teacher Or Independent Contractor?
Independent VS Studio Teacher...
Which are you? Should you be one or the other? Can you be both?
This course is for soon to be Pilates Instructors, New Pilates Instructors, Old Pilates Instructors and any Pilates instructor in between. In this course we will cover:
- What is an Independent Instructor?
- What is a Studio Teacher?
- Which one is best for you?
After this course, join me in the forums. Let’s help you find the right path for you to take today!
Where Can You Teach Pilates?
Where Can You Teach Pilates?
Perhaps this course could have been titled, "All the places you cannot teach Pilates," because that list would be much smaller. This course will go over each of the popular options where a Pilates instructor can do what they love to do most: Teach.
After watching this course, viewers will understand the options they have in their area to go out and investigate. Don't forget to check out our courses on, "Prepare for Your Pilates Interview," and, "Studio Teacher vs Independent Contractor."