We are living in a Zoom Boom. The video communications company, previously known only to remote business workers, has proven to be the answer to our lockdown woes.
For yoga teachers, the app has been a welcome lifeline, enabling instructors to continue offering classes, albeit on an online platform. Certainly, Zoom has quickly become the software to host virtual yoga classes due to its user-friendly service, accessibility and inexpensive cost.
Nonetheless, as with all cybersystems, Zoom is not without some degree of risk. It is, therefore, crucial yoga teachers remain vigilant to protect the privacy and security of their platform.
Fortunately, this is relatively easy to do if the following measures are taken. Here are some tips to keep your online yoga classes the safe and sacred space they should be.
Taking these simple steps will allow you to continue using Zoom for your online yoga classes in a safe and secure manner.
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