YOUR ORGANISATION WILL PROSPER WHEN YOUR STAFF – INCLUDING
DIRECTORS, MANAGERS & WORKFORCE - PRACTISE YOGA:
• Reduction of stress, of back problems and of abnormal blood pressure.
• Consequently reduced absences & sick leave.
• Better individual concentration, motivation & performance, more relaxed & creative work atmosphere, sensitive and patient staff.
• Hence improved efficiency at all levels, better relationships between colleagues and with clients.
Benefits to individuals practising are as follows:
|Better Breathing||Happy Disposition|
|Weight Regulation||Sound Sleep|
|Relief of Backache||Concentration|
|Balance||Peace of Mind|
The School of Yoga provides instruction and guidance to promote these and other benefits.
Sound out interest within your organisation.
Find a suitable room and check its availability:
a) for a single session, b) for ongoing weekly sessions.
N.B. The minimum floor space required is 3.35 square metres or 36 square feet per person. Clean, carpeted floor such as in a conference room is suitable. If there is no carpet, mats can be provided by the School of Yoga for a nominal charge of 20p per mat per week. There is no charge for mats for an introductory session.
Find out whether your organisation will subsidise all or part of the fees.
Work out a budget for a one-off introductory session.
Arrange a date for the introductory session and book the room.
Advertise the event well in advance to all potential participants, including any fee that individuals are expected to pay. Ask School of Yoga for a poster design.
Do not use your personal money to cover the cost for other participants.
Obtain payment in advance to cover or exceed the total cost of the session.
Contact the School of Yoga to confirm the session.
Work out a projected budget for on-going classes before the introductory session is held.
15 minutes before the end of the introductory session, explain the possibilities for future sessions and any charges to participants. Get a show of hands from those who wish to continue. If sufficient to form a class, get a list of their names before the end of the session.
Follow-up to get funds to cover the whole bloc booking and confirm the start date with the School of Yoga.
The School of Yoga will provide a register of attendance and daily practice schedules for all participants.
Tuition can be provided for groups at your location in Central or South London during the following teaching terms.
|2013: WINTER||January 7th – March 7th||8 weeks|
|(9 calendar weeks with 1 week February mid-term break. No break between Winter & Spring terms)|
|2013: SPRING||March 11th – May 9th||8 weeks|
|(9 calendar weeks with 1 week Easter break, March 29th – April 7th and followed by a 3 week early summer break)|
|2013: SUMMER||June 3rd – July 25th||8 weeks|
|(followed by a 5-week late summer break, August 26th -September 1st)|
|2013: EARLY AUTUMN||September 2nd – October 24th||8 weeks|
|(No break between early & late autumn terms)|
|2013: LATE AUTUMN||October 29th – December 19th||8 weeks|
|(followed by a 2-week Christmas & New Year break)|
One-off special sessions, day or half day etc. are charged at £66 for the first hour, plus £44 for each extra hour (£22 for extra half-hour) .
The recommended weekly tuition time to produce lasting results is 2 hours: e.g. a weekly two hour session or a one hour session twice a week.
Free literature and telephone advice on Yoga is available to all participants.
Individual tuition, counselling, consultation and therapy may also be arranged, e.g. for personal and career development, personal problems and stress.
Terms & conditions for payment of fees:
Introductory session - One-off special session fee: 50% to pay in advance and 50% at end of session.
Bloc bookings: 50% to pay in advance and 50% split into equal weekly or monthly payments throughout the bloc.
Late payments 3 or more weeks late shall include interest from the due date at the current T.S.B. Master Card rate for cash advances.
To arrange sessions, please email: