Click Play To Discover How To Use Safari Web Browser To Create Yoga Class Handouts With One Click Of A Button

Video Transcript 

Here’s a really quick tip on how to find 1000’s of free yoga class handouts. You’ll discover the steps I used to create a PDF yoga class handout for my Hip Themed Yoga Lesson Plan with the click of a button.

Part 1: Download As PDF 

Step 1: Google Search

Open up Google using the Safari Web Browser. Do a search for “yoga hips”. Find an article you like. To turn the article into a PDF document, click on the icon on the top right that has 4 lines.

Step 2: Click “A”

Click the “A” to change the layout (can choose a white, beige, grey or black background). You can also change the font type (e.g. to Georgia).

Step 3: Export PDF

Now all you need to do is click “file” and “Export as PDF” and save to your computer. Congratulations! You’ve just created an eye-catching PDF to accompany your yoga lesson plan with a few clicks of a button without writing one word of text.

Part 2: Add Handout To The Lesson Planner 

Step 1: Log into the Yoga Genie Lesson Planner 

Log into the Yoga Genie Lesson Planner.

Step 2: Upload 

When you click “Create A Lesson Plan” within the Yoga Genie Lesson Planner dashboard, scroll down to the HANDOUTS SECTION and upload as many handouts as you want.

That’s it.

Pretty easy isn’t it. You now have a really easy-to-use tool (Safari Web Browser) for creating yoga class handouts for your students.

Chrome Web Browser

I recommend using the Chrome Web Browser when using the Yoga Genie Lesson Planner because it’s quicker loading the yoga poses than most other browsers. However, I recommend using the Safari Web Browser to quickly and easily create yoga class handouts.

Resources Mentioned In The Video

Yoga Genie Lesson Planner

Safari Web Browser

Online Drag & Drop Yoga Lesson Planner

5000+ yoga lesson plans. 2000+ poses. Created by a yoga teacher for yoga teachers.


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George Watts

BWY Yoga Teacher at George Watts Yoga
This post was lovingly morphed into reality by BWY yoga teacher, George Watts. If you're looking for a treasure trove of yoga lesson planning goodness, take a look at my affordable yoga lesson plan bundles for yoga teachers . And if you'd like to save time creating yoga lesson plans sign up today for a free 7 day trial for my drag & drop online yoga lesson planner.

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