Yoga teachers struggle in business when they try to sell yoga. You need to stop trying to sell yoga and start solving problems. One huge problem in the world? Back pain. It’s one of the top three reasons people come to yoga. Here’s why Yoga Trapeze teachers are doing so well right now teaching privates, semi-privates, and small groups.
#1. Back Pain Is a Huge Problem
BENEFITS: Inversion therapy gives you instant traction on your spine, creating more space between your vertebrae. This 1-2 mm of space can reduce or even eliminate pinched nerve pain. Inversion yoga also reduces electrical activity in over-tensed muscles, strengthens the posterior chain muscles that support the spine, and improves mobility.
HOW IT WORKS: Classes are typically 60 minutes long and include a combination of strength, flexibility and balance work. Yes, you teach all the fun, flying poses you see on Instagram, but you also focus on grip strength, posterior chain strength, passive flexibility training, and more. It’s a complete fitness training protocol particularly well-suited to those with back pain and injuries.
#2. Perfect for Private Classes
BENEFITS: earn 2-3x what a typical yoga teacher makes per hour, set your own schedule, be your own boss.
HOW IT WORKS: Teach in your home or theirs, in CrossFit boxes, or yoga studios. The Yoga Trapeze has a steep learning curve (it takes 2-3 classes to get the hang of it), so private instruction is ideal. Since many of your students will have pain issues, working one-on-one is usually the best.
#3. 100K+ Students But Very Few Teachers!
BENEFITS: The manufacturing company, YOGABODY, has a huge digital footprint internationally with heavy marketing penetration into 21 countries and brand ambassadors in 13 countries. This means that anyone teaching this method is, by default, taking advantage of the existing marketing without spending any money of their own. This makes it much easier to get clients.
HOW IT WORKS: If you’re a certified teacher, you can use the Yoga Trapeze trademark on your website, social media, and class schedules. People will find you naturally as they are actively searching for teachers. There are over 100,000 Yoga Trapeze students and very few teachers, so it’s a huge opportunity.