How to do online yoga classes

How to do online yoga classes

Taking your yoga classes online is a great way to increase your reach, enjoy more flexible working hours, and reap some of the benefits of working from home.

Online yoga comes with plus points for your students too. For some, it provides the perfect solution having to fit travelling to a gym or yoga studio into an already hectic day. For others, it’s a great way to get to enjoy yoga without the anxiety that may come with ‘performing’ in front of others.

In this article, we cover off the basics you’ll need to get your online yoga classes up and running.

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How to look after staff mental health & wellbeing in the events industry

How to look after staff mental health & wellbeing in the events industry

Anyone who works in the events industry will tell you that many of the things that make it such an exciting job can also result in classic work-related burnout. Long hours, extremely tight timescales and mind-boggling logistics are just a few of the signature features of a career in events – which all indicate that more needs to be done to protect the health and wellbeing of staff within the industry.

In fact, one study carried out by charitable social enterprise EventWell showed that event coordinating is the fifth most stressful career. The research also showed that 42% of event professionals have ended up changing careers because of stress.

If you’re an employer in the events industry, you might be wondering which steps to take to make sure you’re doing everything you can to look after your staff’s best interests. If so, you’ve come to the right place.

Let’s take a look.

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The basics of boosting ticket sales – 6 key tactics to know

The basics of boosting ticket sales – 6 key tactics to know

When you’ve poured your heart and soul into an event, to say it’s disappointing when ticket sales flop is an understatement. But this is an eventuality many event planners face at some point in their careers – one that often has nothing to do with their event itself, but more with the fact it’s simply not landing in front of the right eyes, or in the right way.

It’s important not to let poor ticket sales dishearten you too much though. In fact, statistics show you need a pretty thick skin for any kind of sales work, which more often than not requires a determination and doggedness perhaps not found in other areas of event planning. All of this to say that sales can be a tough nut to crack, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of things you can do to drastically improve your chances of seeing those tickets fly off the shelves.

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