WORKSHOP: How to Grow Your Yoga Business with Social Media- Saturday March 29th at La Jolla Yoga Center
La Jolla Yoga Center holds a special place in my heart. This is where I had the pleasure of doing my yoga teacher training. I’ve met so many amazing friends and yogis in this space. I’ve also advanced my yoga practice and learned that advancing my yoga practice isn’t just all about sticking a challenging pose. This is why I’m so thrilled to return to La Jolla Yoga Center this Saturday to host a workshop: How to Grow Your Yoga Business with Social Media. This workshop is conjuction with their current teacher training and also open to the public.
This workshop will benefit anyone who works in the fitness, health and wellness business, not just yoga. Here are all the details:
As a yoga professional you’re an integral part of enhancing people’s health and well-being. In such a personal industry, it’s important to strategically market yourself to keep your students up to date, encourage them to attend your classes and be a trusted resource. With an abundance of digital technologies available, it’s easy to become overwhelmed when creating a marketing strategy. At this workshop, you’ll learn how to navigate social media tools such as blogs, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to attract more clients, grow your business and be a valuable resource in your industry all while maintaining your true integrity as a yoga professional.
It is recommended that attendees bring a laptop or tablet to participate in the interactive activities. If a laptop isn’t available, please bring a notepad and pen.
- Actionable content and tips you can implement immediately to start marketing yourself as a yoga and wellness professional
- Knowledge on how to serve as a trusted subject matter expert and resource
- Understanding on how to use Social Media tools to create a compelling brand
Date– Saturday March 29th, 2014
Time– 4:30pm (check in). The workshop starts at 4:45pm and goes until 6pm.
Location– La Jolla Yoga Center- 7741 Fay Avenue, La Jolla, CA 92037
Cost– $29/online, $39 at the door
Parking– The nearby Bank of America parking lot is free on the weekends. You can also find street parking, but if there is a sign make sure it says “2 hour parking”.
I am so excited to share my marketing skills at the same place where I grew so much in both my personal and professional life through yoga. If you have attended one of my workshops in the past, a lot has changed in the social media landscape so I can guarantee you’ll learn new strategies. If you can’t attend, please pass this info along to someone you might know who can benefit from this information.