Totally freakin' cool.basically, the virtual studio has several components:
1. broadcasting/recording classes that I'm teaching normally (normal class schedule), whihc can either be logged into live or you can pick up the recording later;
2. live-streaming classes -- this is where i set up a class time, you log in, and I can see you and you can see me so that I can give you direct instructions beyond the postures themselves like "Gwamma, move your foot more to the left so that you can have better balance in the posture." you can also see the other people in class with you, so it has a sort of "communal" feel;
3. live-streaming private lessons -- same as above but private;
4. video library -- i plan to use this in a lot of different ways such as individual posture tutorials and background information, plus having some 10 and 20 minute practices that you can do daily. Pretty cool stuff.
I'm excited because so many of my clients in the US "wish I was there" or "wish I could do online classes" -- so I think I'll sell a few spots to them -- and it'll be good to have them all together anyway in one hour, rather than trying to organize several hours a week in private lessons.
Anyway, that's me.