How to get your yoga routine right, without breaking the bank: How to avoid paying for an expensive routine
Yoga studios across the U.S. have a problem.
A recent survey by the Center for American Progress found that over half of yoga studios are now renting out space to yoga teachers for up to $100,000 per year.
Some of these studios are not only renting out their space to instructors but also charging the instructors to rent it.
While the studios are charging for yoga instructors to do classes, some of them are charging teachers to teach yoga.
That’s what happened to a teacher at a San Diego yoga studio who was working to earn her degree in 2017.
When she asked the yoga instructor if she could help teach a class, the instructor said she could rent space in the studio and the teacher would be charged $100 per hour.
This prompted the teacher to take action.
She contacted the center, which offered to cover her tuition.
The center has since set up an office at the studio to provide her with a full-time, paid position to teach classes, which she is now paying for.
“It was very frustrating for me because I’m really not sure if it was just a misunderstanding or if it really was the right thing to do, given the situation I was in at the time,” the teacher said.
The center also has a program called “No Apologies” that provides financial support to instructors who have been involved in sexual harassment cases.
In addition to the tuition and other costs, many instructors have been offered promotions.
According to the survey, about half of the yoga studios that have opened since the center started in 2013 have experienced significant financial issues.
These include a $15,000 loss for the company that built the studio, a $12,000 cut for the owner, and a $10,000 reduction for a yoga instructor who did not attend classes.
It is not clear whether these problems are unique to the San Diego studio.
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