On this guide you’ll find a the recording from a live class on How to Set Up Your Own Zoom Class for your reflexology clients, along with additional related tutorials, a resource guide, and some graphics you can use to promote class, as well as a few reflexology maps you can use during the class presentation.
Class Resource Guide
Here are a few blog posts that while not focused specifically on a class, can offer additional ideas and tips for selling virtual offerings
Recording of the Live Class
Control Panel and Settings Needed for Hosting a Zoom Class or Meeting with your Reflexology Clients
Using a Foot Prop Demo
Share your class recording and trim it on YouTube
Sell Tickets to Your Virtual Reflexology Class with Eventbrite
3 Easy Ways to Set Up and Host a Meeting on Zoom with Your Reflexology Clients
Social Media Graphics
Image use: Click on the images to enlarge. Right click and save to your computer. Then you can upload it to your social media accounts to keep your followers engaged.
On your phone, tap once on the photo to enlarge. Then press and hold and select the option to save or download the image to save it to your camera roll.
Event Cover Graphics
These are designed to be used as a Facebook Event cover image (as shown above). As long as you don’t add any text too close to the top or bottom it will also work on Eventbrite’s site too. You can also use them in the newsfeed on Facebook, and probably LinkedIn, though the square graphics work more universally across the various platforms.
(Note: a couple of the teaching screens are blank, some have a blank foot map, and some have a specific point highlighted for variety.)
Square graphics are perfect for the Instagram and Facebook newsfeed, but can also be used as Stories on both platforms too, they just don’t fill the whole space. They also work on LinkedIn. They can be used on Pinterest too.
You can add your headline in the dark bar and if you have a sub heading, additional details, call to action, etc. you can include that below the bar or along the bottom of the graphic, depending on the spacing.
Reflexology Maps for Presentations
These are sized for screen presentations. I’ve included blank graphics where you can highlight and label as needed as well as colored maps with and without labels. Usage rights allow you to share them with your students for their learning use.