{video} How To Turn Group Class Students Into Private Students

Contrary to popular belief, I have found that group classes are an awesome place to connect with potential private clients! In this video I’ll share a four step plan to help you turn group class students into private clients!

6 Responses to “{video} How To Turn Group Class Students Into Private Students”

  1. Amber Kleid

    I love the suggestions in this video, thank you! I liked the idea of mentioning my other private clients during a class. Very non obtrusive and subtle. I’m always afraid to sound “selly” even though I always have good intentions when I offer a private. I don’t ever want students to feel pressured or think that I feel they need improvement. I just want them to feel safe and informed. As always you have wonderful suggestions and I look forward to the next video. Have a beautiful day!

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    • Francesca Cervero

      You are so welcome Amber! I am so happy to hear this resonated so well! 🙂

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  2. Lilliana Montero

    I found these suggestions valuable. Thank you, Francesca. Jai Bhagwan

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  3. Gail Michelle

    Hi Francesca, thanks for this video. Your suggestions DO WORK! I had been teaching at a gym that only 7 ladies take my twice a week class; these 7 ladies have come faithfully the past 3 years. No other gym members even try the class; plus it doesn’t help that I teach at a time where the gym is a Ghost Town. I’ve learned so much teaching these ladies and continue to learn; however, I knew none of these ladies wanted private lessons. So I recently started a class at our local library (free – cant’s charge at this venue). I intertwine the fact that I have a small home studio during classes. I also just casually mentioned that I’ve signed up for yoga therapy training, and they wanted to know more about that. This was conveyed while we did hip circles at the beginning of class. (I don’t always start with hip circles; it just sort of happened since everyone was standing and chatting.) Just yesterday I got my first private client. So teaching classes is a good way for people to get to know you and find out what you’re all about!.

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    • Francesca Cervero

      Gail! This is amazing! I am so happy for you and your new student and I so appreciate your sharing your experience here! Please reach out and let me know how your first class goes. 🙂

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