Have you ever had an amazing idea that you know will benefit your clients? Whether it is to run a workshop start a new yoga class or add a new day into your practice and there is nothing more disheartening when you don’t get as many sign ups as you expected or not as many people turn up to your new yoga class. It can be tempting to think that it was a bad idea that we got it wrong or that there is just too much competition.
Your potential clients are on this page to seek a deeper level of engagement with you.
What do I mean by this?
The About Me page is the website page to answer your potential clients questions and concerns. As potential clients before we make the final decision to book a holistic therapy appointment or attend a yoga or meditation class we want to know that we are going to be understood; that the therapist or teacher is going to be able to meet our needs.
3 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOURSELF WHEN SETTING BUSINESS GOALS FOR YOUR WELLBEING BUSINESS
It is a beautiful day in the lake district we are about to set off walking up a mountain I am not going to lie I was a little intimidated when my husband pointed it out the path we were taking it looked very steep. Although in my experience, it is best not to over think these things. So, off we go straight up and up and up again it was steep very steep I was motivated to keep going for the stunning views. There were parts of that climb where I was very slow; I was even driven to eating a chocolate biscuit. You might laugh but I don’t as a rule eat sugar so a chocolate biscuit was quite a big deal for me . (Whatever it took to get to the top)
We need to make sure all our clients feel seen and heard! This is one of my favourite mantras I spout it all the time at the Wellbeing Clinic. For all of us who work in the world of wellbeing whether you are a holistic therapist or a yoga teacher a large part of your work is making sure your clients feel seen and heard.
How do you do this? You listen! A deep healing occurs when a person feels listened to I am talking about in the moment – fully present – intentional listening.