Talygo Flow

Yottled for Small Business

Yottled is the fastest way to bring your business online without the burden of 3rd party plugins, coding, or complex website builders. It can be used in multiple ways to run your small business, particularly if your business is includes content and services. To give you some ideas of ways business owners can use the simple but flexible Yottled platform to schedule appointments, host live events, list content, and keep in touch with their clients, we are highlighting some of our users who have used our tools in creative ways to serve their customers. 

Talygo Flow Meditation & Mindfulness

Tammy D’alesandro runs Talygo Flow, a mindfulness, meditation, and movement business that teaches people to flow peacefully with their own energy. Unlike many coaches who seek a big platform for exposure, D’alesandro was looking for personalized attention and a community feel, which is important to her brand and her values as a person. “I found Yottled through the girl creating my website,” D’alesandro says. “I told her I needed a place to host my classes. But I didn’t want to be on a big platform where I would get lost.” 

How Yottled Works For a Meditation Coach’s Business

Talygo Flow hosts movement classes, including a “flow” part of the class where clients sign up for a 40-minute session. D’alesandro has also created a meditation course in which she has clients dial in to a live class remotely. “We meditated over a specific topic,” D’alesandro explains. It’s a creative way to host a meditation class live without losing the connectedness of an in-person event that follows a particular narrative or theme. D’alesandro says she found there was more participation from meditation when sitting with everyone remotely, which everyone enjoyed. She’s looking forward to uploading a library of content soon, so she can create classes that are available on demand. “Yottled is like a small family-feel community,” she says. “People are missing connection right now. You’ll get that connection even though it’s virtual.”

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Written by Laura K Cowan for Yottled. Laura K. Cowan is a tech and wellness journalist and content marketing consultant for tech startups and small business. She is co-founder and editor of Midwest tech blog Cronicle Press Tech News (http://www.cronicle.press) as well as a columnist for Crazy Wisdom Journal. Her writing and speaking have appeared with Automobile Quarterly, Inhabitat, CNBC, The Ann Arbor ObserverReiki News Magazine, and The National Society of Newspaper Columnists.