Insurance for SYTA members

Insurance for SYTA members

Gallagher has partnered with the Satyananda Yoga Teachers Association (SYTA) to offer members great rates on combined professional indemnity (PI) and public liability (PL) insurance.

Our combined PI/PL insurance starts at just $199 for 12 months' cover, which provides a $1m PI limit, and $10m PL limit. This is available to sole traders whose turnover is less than $250,000 per year.

Apply for your insurance using the online form on this page and we'll get back to you ASAP - usually by the next business day.

Higher PI and PL limits are available, and are priced as set out below. If you require higher indemnity limits, or have a higher turnover than $250,000, please contact us on 1800 222 012 or email us directly for a quote.

Professional indemnity (PI) limit Public liability (PL) limit Annual premium
$1 million $10 million $188 
$2 million $10 million  $200
$5 million $10 million  $249
$10 million $10 million  $305
$1 million $20 million  $218
$2 million $20 million  $230
$5 million $20 million  $279
$10 million $20 million  $335

 

Please note, in order to be eligible for this insurance cover you must hold a Diploma of Satyananda Teacher Training or equivalent and a current, accredited first aid certificate.

SYTA also requires their members to provide a valid insurance certificate at point of membership renewal. In order to make this process as efficient as possible, please indicate on the form whether you are happy for a copy of your insurance documentation to be provided to SYTA.

 

Important information - please read before completing the insurance proposal form

We respect your privacy and handle your information in accordance with our Privacy Policy, which is available here

Duty of Disclosure and Important Notices

Before you enter into an insurance contract with an insurer, you have a duty under the Insurance Contracts Act 1984 to disclose information to the insurer. The Duty of Disclosure applies until the insurer agrees to insure you or renew your insurance. The Duty of Disclosure also applies before you extend, vary or reinstate your insurance.

You must tell the insurer all information that is known to you, that a reasonable person could be expected to know or that is relevant to the insurer’s decision to insure you and on what terms. You do not need to tell the insurer anything: 

  • that reduces the risk it insures you for; 
  • is common knowledge; 
  • that the insurer knows or should know; or
  • which the insurer waived your duty to tell it about.

It is important you understand that we will rely on the accuracy and completeness of the information you provide to us. Once your insurance cover has commenced, you should tell us about any changes to your circumstances when they occur.

Our Important Notices contain information about complaints resolutions, policy cancellations and binding authority. You can read our Important Notices here

Policy Wording & Financial Services Guide

You should consider if the insurance is suitable for you and read the Policy Wording and Financial Services Guide (FSG) before making a decision to apply for the insurance product. Please ask us for more details before we provide you with our services.

Our FSG is available to download or read here.