Certify as a group exercise to Punjabi music instructor.
What do I need to become an instructor?
A willingness to learn
An interest (preferrbly passion) for pushing forward these causes:
Increasing opportunities and interest in your community to exercise
Improved representation and support for Punjabi music (a.k.a. bhangra)
A stable other source of income
A mobile phone and tripod
Internet access, enough bandwidth to upload weekly videos of approximately 300 megabytes
A venue to teach at
Good communication digital, and in-person in English, some Punjabi and Hindi appreciation is a bonus
Skilled in, or willing to learn:
Video capture and editing on mobile phone
What are the tasks required to certify?
Stage a Be sure it’s for you
Attend 50 hours of other group exercise classes (of any music/style) in-person or using videos such as YouTube, Apple+ Fitness or similar.
Listen/Read The Day Bhangra Died
Ask your venue of choice these questions:
“I am considering becoming a certified group exercise to Punjabi music (a.k.a. bhangra) instructor. If I can join the timetable, or teach at this venue, what do I need to do other than complete the certification?”
Schedule a 30 minute coaching discussion with Ravi Sandhu using email@example.com
Stage b Set Up
Create an account with Substack.com
Create a video (up to 5 minutes duration) for each of these titles and publish to your Substack:
How [any example relevant to you] is being modernised*
How is bhangra pronounced, and why it’s not a single thing*
How performing to music is different to exercising to music*
Here’s how to build up the move [name] to 4 levels of exertion#
Watch Ravi’s video commentary of a one hour workout
Review Show Me The Money and ask
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