Organize Your Own Yoga Retreat in 10 Steps [Infographic]
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Have you ever thought about organizing your own yoga retreat? You can do it!
We know that it could seem like a daunting task to take a group of people to one place to practice yoga for a few consecutive days, and thinking about everything that’s involved in the process of the organization of a retreat could be a bit overwhelming. But it might be easier than you think.
We want to help out in the process, so we created this infographic that breaks down every step, making it simple for yoga teachers to realize the dream of organizing a yoga retreat. Take one step at a time, be patient, work with all your heart and we promise that, in the end, the effort will be worth it.
Check it out and pay special attention to number 9, it is extremely important. And if you feel like you need some more experience first, join a 500-hour yoga teacher training and get more knowledge to share with your guests!
Take the plunge
Dare to do it! Yes, you can. It’s only a matter of dedicating some time and energy to it.
Choose your destination
Where would you like your retreat to take place? Choose a destination that inspires you.
Define the yoga style and level
Which yoga style will you be teaching? Is it going to be suitable for all levels of practice?
Target your participants
Who do you want as your guest? Consider the level, the age, gender and other interests.
Determine the right price
Calculate the price after you consider your own expenses, what will you include and if you’ll want to give some discounts.
Get the best promotion
Use all the resources you have available to spread the word about your retreat. Including BookYogaRetreats.com.
Set up a contract and general conditions
It’s better to be safe than sorry. Put everything on paper when it comes to money.
Plan your schedule
Know what activities you’ll do each day, but don’t forget to leave some room for surprises.
Enjoy your retreat and get to know your guests
Maybe the hardest thing to do, but enjoy your own retreat. Let it flow!
Ask for feedback and reviews
The opinion of your guests is very valuable for your next yoga retreat. You always want to find ways to do it better.
This article was originally published on BookYogaRetreats.com.