Do you have clients who are traveling a lot or come to you only on vacation?
Do you run a home studio but want to expand your Pilates business without the extra expenses?
Teaching virtual Pilates classes can be just the right thing for you. Today people are used to doing pretty much anything online: pay bills, take college classes, connect with people and even public schools post a lot of home assignments online. The online world lets us save our precious time and explore the opportunities that wouldn’t be available to us in any other way.
A lot of clients are interested in taking Pilates classes but they can’t commit either because of their tight schedule or limited budget. Some of the Pilates professionals have dedicated their career to bringing Pilates to those populations.
Robin Long is an inspiring Pilates instructor who is following her passion for Pilates both online and offline. She obtained her comprehensive Pilates certification through Body Arts & Science International and was trained by the highly respected Kristi Cooper White (creator of PilatesAnytime.com). She works with a variety of clients: from those just wanting to get in shape, to those with injuries, Parkinson’s Disease, Pre-natal, Post-natal, back pain, scoliosis, hip replacements and more.
She runs a Pilates blog at The Balanced Life Online, teaches at Park Meadows Pilates & Physical Therapy in Lone Tree, CO (near Denver) and works with amazing women through her online Pilates Body program.
Today I talk to Robin about:
- The pros and cons of running a virtual Pilates studio.
- The necessary tools to run an online Pilates program.
- What it takes to have a successful online Pilates course.