Using Moxie's "Add to my site" tool, you can simply embed your existing schedule into your own website. Simply click on the menu item, and follow the steps.

How does this work?

It’s pretty simple! Click on the Copy Code button, and then simply paste it into your website builder, as custom code (HTML). Depending on your website builder, there might be several ways to do it. Please follow the instructions for Squarespace (only works on business or commerce plans), Wix, and WordPress.

Why does Squarespace is showing Script Disabled?
Make sure to click done & save the changes you made to the page, and exit the website editor to see the embedded schedule.

What if I update my schedule?

No worries! Any changes made to your schedule will automatically reflect on your website.

What if I update the fonts & colors?

Click on Publish to save the changes, and it will also automatically apply to your website. No need to copy the code again.

What happens when clients click on the Book button?

A new tab is opened with your class details page on Moxie. From there your clients can book the class either by logging into their accounts, or by creating a new one while booking.

How do new clients get the $15 welcome offer?

Whenever your clients click on the “First Timers get $15 Free” or “Book” they will automatically receive credits when creating their accounts. This only applies for new Moxie accounts.

Can I embed my subscriptions and packages?

Not at the moment, our team is working on adding this functionality soon.

Can I embed my Video on Demand gallery?

Not at the moment, our team is working on adding this functionality soon.

Can I remove the Moxie branding?
No, at the moment you cannot remove the branding.

Can I remove or customize the amount dedicated to the "First Timers"?
No, at the moment you cannot remove branding or change the amount. The First Timer credits are coming from Moxie - once your clients create their accounts, they will receive the $15 Credits which they can spend on your classes! You will get paid for the class as usual.

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