Do I Need a Waiver?
…..to Inspire and Educate Yoga Teachers
Everyone needs a waiver, whether you’re running a retreat, workshop, teacher training or single class.
A liability waiver is a legal document which protects someone who wants to reduce their risk of liability, especially in health-related fields.
Yoga, and all forms of physical activity, involve an element of risk. Acknowledging this risk in writing is very important to help protect you, the yoga instructor.
Enter your email address and you’ll get my waiver template, an email list template and an example of a testimonial and feedback sheet I use for my workshops and events!
Also, check out the video and article that goes along with this pricing guide so we can work through this template together!
***I am not a lawyer. I strongly suggest that you ask a lawyer to look over all documentation prior to use.
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I’m Allison Rissel,
and I believe one good yoga teacher can change a life and create a community.
I am a consultant for yoga teachers, a yoga teacher trainer and a yoga therapist.
I became a yoga teacher in 2006. In addition to my master’s degree in exercise physiology, I have completed over 1,600 hours of yoga and yoga therapy trainings. I teach weekly group and private yoga therapy classes in Longmont, Colorado and I specialize in working with yoga teachers in chronic pain or pre/post-surgery.
I believe in the power of community and I’ve dedicated my life to helping build yoga communities. I’m the co-founder of the North Dakota Yoga Conference and I’m the president of the non-profit, Yoga Teachers of Colorado.
I offer in person 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher trainings in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and Colorado where I train yoga teachers to be knowledgable, safe, ethical and authentic community leaders. I also offer consultations for yoga teachers looking to create communities through conferences, studios, workshops and events.
I’m an extroverted optimist and I love hiking, skiing, being outdoors and enjoying a craft beer with my husband, Sean.