Whatever you charge make sure it’s a little more than you think. The most common mistake is to charge too little. I was a business consultant for 15 years before becoming a full-time yoga teacher and one of the biggest mistakes a small business could make was under-charging for their products and services. It’s easier to come down in price.
You can also charge more when you add extras such as your “online group page on FB to offer daily support”.
Other extras that could help you increase the price include:
* Offer individual Skype training sessions
* Record the individual Skype training sessions and give to the Client
* Write a lesson plan (or create one using MS Word)
* Turn the lesson plan into a video and upload to YouTube (email the link to your Clients)
* Convert the video into an audio and send your Clients an MP3 file (listen on their phones)
There are a million different “extras” you could dream up. The more extras you offer, the more you can charge. I recently sold my motorhome on eBay for ┬ú2,000 more than it was worth because I offered several extras with it that only cost me approximately ┬ú100. It’s amazing how much extra you can charge when you have a bunch of eye-catching extras to entice your Clients or Prospects.
BWY Yoga Teacher
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