Helping You Navigate the New Normal
At Momoyoga, we are working hard to bring you the tools you need to navigate the new normal. With this blog, our team would like to point out some features, guides, and insights that might help you during these times.
Pay what you want classes
With your studio you can choose to host 'pay what you want' classes. This function is perfectly tailored for online classes and workshops. It's also an effective way for your yogis to support your studio during challenging times.
With Momoyoga you can easily create online classes for your studio. With this function you can continue your teaching while remaining connected with your yogis. You can easily combine Momoyoga with your video streaming service of choice.
Offering gift cards
You can also allow your yogis to purchase a gift card from your studio for their friends or family. A gift card is a great way to share the gift of yoga, especially during trying times.
The Definitive Guide to Teaching Yoga Online
Our team has created a special guide that will help you get started with Online classes. This guide will walk you through all the steps of creating and teaching online yoga classes with Momoyoga.
Offering hybrid classes
Some yogis may still prefer to keep practicing in the comfort of their own home. Start teaching online and offline classes at the same time.
Offer pre-recorded videos to your yogis
Our team has created a workaround so you can share your pre-recorded videos in Momoyoga. In the meantime, our team is working hard on improving this feature.
Did you know that..
- 64% of studios using Momoyoga are hosting online classes?
- The most popular day for yoga classes is Monday, followed by Wednesday, Tuesday, and then Thursday?
- Most yoga classes are held around 9 and 10 o'clock in the morning, or at 7 o'clock in the evening?
- Teaching online and offline classes at the same time is very popular amongst yoga teachers?
- The video conferencing services Zoom, YouTube, Google Meet, and Vimeo are most popular in Momoyoga?
- There is an increase in 30-minute classes being taught before office hours and during lunch hours?