THE YBA METHOD mentoring program for yoga offers access to Yoga Business Academy Consulting that can help you master the art of our no nonsense marketing systems designed specifically for yoga, those systems have been carefully created to help you pack any retreat, studio or therapy rooms, grow your practice and generate new clients and students.
All our methods and systems have been proven and tested on real yoga teachers and studios and they are designed to get maximum use of your marketing investment. The YBA Method will help you become more confident at running the business, marketing your services, and ultimately earning great living through yoga.
The YBA Method mentoring program works with you in one-on-one coaching sessions to make sure that your individual mission, vision and goals are achieved through tailored program. With expert led guidance, you can set the pace of your learning, ask questions as you start to develop your business, and most importantly start applying the strategies to your yoga business straightaway.
Putting into practice what you learn will allow you to see the results that your new marketing efforts are producing, with the help of a mentor, you can measure the results, tweak and refine until you achieve the designed goals.
The YOGA Method has been designed for 8 weeks, each week focuses specific area of the business. By the end of 8 weeks you can expect to have new and proven to work systems of marketing your services, classes, retreats.
In addition, The YBA Method offers additional 4 weeks of follow up services, just to make sure you are making the most of the program.
THE YBA METHOD mentoring is the go-to program for developing your personal expertise as a yoga teacher in business and achieving the financial goals you desire.
Contact THE YBA METHOD Mentoring today to discover the power of personal one- on-one training.
For more details as to what exactly you will receive in the program please visit the Yoga Mentor page Here.
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