I have seen a number of online classes available on the internet. Many of them simply offer you a selection of videos to watch, or challenges to try.
I am looking to make it as interactive as possible, yet as simple and accessible as possible. In my online courses you learn the various postures, movements and sequences using online videos. The intention is that you grow to understand them. A part of the course material is a Worksheet which guides you through actually working with the material, in such a way as to start relatively simply, and only progress when you are able to and when it is safe to do so.
Another element of my online material is that you can write on these worksheets (you print off as many as you like). Indicate on the sheet what was easy, what was hard. The sheet contains a simple questionnaire on how you coped with that day’s practice. This allows you to measure your own progress. If you take a photo of it on your phone, you can easily ping it back to me. This provides an element of interactiveness. I can see how you are doing, and what you are having a problem with. You can ask questions. It also means that you are not doing it completely on your own. If you choose to, you can share your progress and experience with me, from anywhere in the world (given the underlying communications infrastructure) and we can do it together. You are not on your own.
Also, one intention of working this way is that you really understand the material, and your own journey working with it. Rather than just follow a video. Make it your own, and make the journey of getting to grips with it your own. Hopefully, if you have not already done so, this can be the start of committing to a regular practice. You can build this into habit, and make part of your life. Hopefully you can experience for yourself what an enriching experience this is.