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A Useful Book on Offering Workshops

A friend from dancing whom I like and respect wrote what I found an inspiring book on improving workshop offerings, both for the person offering the workshop and those attending. I don’t offer yoga workshops any more, but from my studio teaching days and my wide range of acquaintance, I have lots of friends who do offer workshops or offer programs in the public interest, and I always like to check out what my friends are offering.  On reading it, I immediately saw its usefulness for the not-for-profit for which I am on the Board of Directors, as well as for friends who have great offerings, but may need a little help on how to get the value of their offerings known.

Here’s more info to check it out:  @Leslie Zucker’s new book called “Deliver Workshops That Bring in Clients: A How-To Guide for Coaches, Consultants and Entrepreneurs”. She’s offering the chapter on marketing your workshop for free.  You can get it here: www.lesliezucker.com/book or you can get it on Amazon! http://amzn.to/2bD6NLG


Contact Improv Curious? Or Experienced?

For those of you who have heard me talking about contact improv and how much delight in it I’ve found and how a steady engagement with this art form has influenced my asana practice, there will be a great opportunity to get the basics at the morning workshop session on August 24th at Dance Exchange in Takoma Park.

Many thanks to my friend Leslie for coordinating the workshop.  For more information and to register, click here.

Hope to see many of you there.  For those more comfortable with movement, dance, and the form, there will be more opportunity to dance all day.

If you’re out of town and interested, email me separately about a possible visit.