How to Create Your Own Group Class on MyYogaTeacher
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How to Create Your Own Group Class on MyYogaTeacher

Will

Posted on Aug 24, 2021 #yoga

You can now create your own online yoga studio - the classes you want, at the times & days you want, open for the entire community to enjoy!

You might be wondering - how does this work?

Well, we call this new feature 'Community Created Classes'. You suggest a type of yoga class, class difficulty level, class description, the time of day, and the day of the week. (You can do this by clicking the "+" button on the bottom of the group class list screen)

For example: you can create 'Slow Flow Vinyasa', for beginners, on Mondays at 9AM. Make sure to add a good description so the teachers and other students know what the class is about.

From there, MyYogaTeacher starts looking for the best teacher to lead your class. If we're able to match a great teacher for your class with the time and day you ask for - we'll publish the class live on the group class list.

You can invite your friends and family. You can even reach out to the entire MYT community via the chat!

The class will go live for a test period of 4-weeks. As long as the class gets enough attendance, we'll continue it as a regular group class. So it will get a consistent spot on the class list. (If your class doesn't get enough attendance, I recommend you set it up as a Private group class with our Yoga with Friends feature here.)

And there you have it, a class of your own creation – live, for your friends, family, and MYT community to enjoy!

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to care@myyogateacher.com

And, if you haven't signed up for MyYogaTeacher yet, you can click here to get a 14-day free trial!

Now let's all yoga together in YOUR personal online yoga studio with live interactive classes!

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