Aerial/Acro Yoga requires a premium charge due to the risk factor it poses and its higher claim risk in the industry. To keep prices fair for other lower risk services, the premium therapy charges only apply to the services deemed “higher risk” in the industry.
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- I do acupuncture and cupping. Is this covered?
- I provide Aerial Yoga services. Can I use silks, lyra and hoops?
- I do aerial and paddle board yoga, is this covered?
- I teach yoga in several locations, am I covered?
- I teach Yoga online, do I need cyber liability coverage?
- Can I add additional coaches and instructors to my policy?
- Do I need sexual abuse liability coverage as a sports coach?
- I coach in several locations, am I covered?
- Can I add independent contractors that work in my salon?
- Do my salon employees have access to my account?