The short answer is no. There are usually a few reasons why people want to do this.
- To give people a discount on registering for multiple classes at once
- To make it easier for their clients so they don't have to register multiple times
What we normally suggest is that you create normal events so that people can just register for only the events they want to attend individually. If you want to provide a price break to folks who want to register for multiple at once, we recommend creating a package. For example, you could create an 10-pack that is a bit of a discount on the drop-in rate. Then once someone has a package, it's really easy for them to register multiple classes. They just press register for each class they want to attend and they don't need to enter in their name, email and credit card because we already have that info in the system and they use their package vs. their credit card. This also gives them flexibility to register just for the sessions they want to attend. Here's a help article on how to create a package.
It is also possible to create a series and a normal class at the same time, but this tends to be confusing for people and for you. Then two events show up side by side and you need to make sure the same Zoom link is used for both classes, which will take some manual work on your part.