Zumba instructor insurance
Specialist Zumba instructor insurance to cover your classes from as little as £5 a month
Fast, easy online quote in 90 seconds
24hr legal advice helpline and legal hub
No hidden fees or cancellation charges
Cover starting at just £5 a month
Cover starting at just £5 a month
Frequently asked questions
Am I covered to work with clients remotely?
Yes. Markel's insurance for Zumba instructors includes cover for remote working, including the use of audio and video services such as Skype and Zoom. However, this policy does not provide cover for pre-recorded videos uploaded to any social media platform, including YouTube. Sessions must be conducted live and to your clients only.
Many customers have already begun working remotely to adapt their business during the COVID-19 pandemic. You do not need to contact us to include this in your policy, it's already covered.
Does my Zumba studio need insurance?
If you own a studio, you should consider taking out buildings and contents insurance to protect against damage and disasters, such as fire or flooding. If you hire a studio, you should check with your landlord what insurance you are required to hold.
What's the difference between professional indemnity and public liability?
Professional indemnity insurance covers against allegations of professional negligence - which means it would cover you if you were to make an error or mistake in a piece of work (such as a project or report) for a client.
Public liability insurance covers against allegations of injury or illness caused to third parties by your negligence. This includes many of the slips, trips and falls that are associated with personal injury claims. In addition, public liability insurance covers against damage to third party property - for example, if you were to damage a client-owned laptop or smartphone.
As they insure against different scenarios, it's important you consider arranging both types of cover to ensure you are properly protected.
I teach lessons at different venues - is this covered?
Yes. Regardless of where you teach - for example, at dance studios, village halls and gyms - you'll be covered under our policy.
What limit of cover should I choose?
Many clients and industry bodies with regulatory requirements will require you to have a minimum level of cover in order for you to undertake a contract, so it's worth checking this before you arrange cover. If you're unsure, or it's the first time you have arranged cover, give some thought to a worst-case scenario and the likely costs involved in putting your mistake right. We offer a range of limits on insurance for photographers, so you're sure to find the right cover for your business.
Why should I choose Markel's insurance?
Markel has over 25 years of experience insuring contractors, consultants and self-employed professionals. We insure over 200,000 micro businesses and are highly rated by our customers on Feefo.com.
To talk about your insurance requirements and better understand our cover, call us on 0800 640 6600 or get a quick quote online.
How are Markel regulated?
Markel is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority – details of which you’ll find on the Financial Services Register.
Expect more from your insurer.
When you take out cover with Markel, you receive these exclusive services as standard
24 hour legal advice helpline manned by qualified solicitors
Access to our fee dispute service to assist with unpaid invoices
A cyber response helpline for help in the event of a cyber attack (included with cyber and data risk insurance)
Legal templates and resources with the Markel Law Hub
Expert management of public relations crises with The Counsel House