K&K Launches General Liability Program for Yoga Instructors

October 17, 2017

K&K Insurance Group, Inc. has launched a new program designed to provide general liability insurance for yoga instructors. The Yoga Instructor Program is designed specifically for individuals working on an independent contractor basis, directly supervising an individual or a group engaged in yoga activities.

The new program offers starting at $90 for full-time yoga instructors and $60 for part-time instructors with additional discounts available to instructors who purchase the two-year coverage option. Coverage is available for both certified and non-certified fitness professionals. K&K provides certificates of insurance at no additional cost and there is no charge for adding facilities as additional insureds to the instructor’s policy. K&K does not charge for primary/non-contributory or waiver of subrogation endorsements, a benefit outside of the industry norm.

Coverages provided include liability protection for claims alleging bodily injury and property damage arising out of the instructor’s operations. The policy also provides personal and advertising injury liability, legal liability to participants and professional liability for wrongful act claims resulting from instructor’s activities.

Coverage limits of $1 million, $2 million, $3 million, $4 million and $5 million per occurrence are available. The program offers cash-with-application enrollment and credit card payment options.

All descriptions, summaries or highlights of coverage are for general informational purposes only and do not amend, alter or modify the actual terms or conditions of any insurance policy. Coverage is governed only by the terms and conditions of the relevant policy.

K&K Insurance Group, Inc. is a licensed insurance producer in all states (TX license #13924); operating in CA, NY and MI as K&K Insurance Agency (CA license #0334819).

K&K Insurance Group, Inc., a subsidiary of Aon plc, is a managing general underwriter offering insurance products and services to the sports, motorsports, recreation, leisure and entertainment industries.

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