It can be tricky to get reviews on non-static items, and I really feel like this forum needs more stars and more publicity.
The title is clever, but I do worry that it will put some people off. I had to look up prosody, which was a word I'd never heard before, and I'm generally considered to have a pretty broad vocabulary. Is it the kind of word you only see in academia? I know you explain it in the image on the page itself, but by then it's too late for many people. I do wonder if perhaps you'd be better off with something less clever but more enlightening. As dull as 'The Poetry Workshop' sounds, it tells people exactly what it is. Maybe something to think about?
Your short description does elaborate perfectly on the title and gives really helpful clarification, so when it's shared in bitem mode, the title is helpfully explained to people. A lot of people won't look past the bold title though. I strongly recommend you remove the capital letter from 'Place', 'Learn', 'Workshop' and 'Poems'. They actually make it harder to read, and you need people to be able to take that information in at a quick glance. Plus, if you're purporting to help people with their writing, using capital letters where there shouldn't be any isn't going to engender any faith in your abilities.
Your genre choices are good.
I like the image you've used. I probably would have gone for something with bolder, more eye catching colours, as this one seems to blend into itself a little, but I understand that when you're relying on someone else to make the images, you don't have full creative authority. The image is neat and looks lovely, although it does give an impression of water and the beach that seems a little incongruous.
The overall concept is a great one. I know that personally I have a lot of trouble writing and understanding metered poetry. Some people seem to just 'get it' and others don't. I'm one of the latter! I understand the rhythms when I read them aloud, but I don't understand the terminology. I'm kind of like that with all forms of English actually. I can write, but I get confused between verbs and adjectives, although I think I've got my head around nouns now. It's nuts, right? I read an average of 120 books a year, I've written a children's novel, I write poetry and short stories, I've been blogging for 18 years, and I still don't understand verbs and adjectives. Don't even get me started on more complicated sentence structure! I liken it to cars - I can drive a car, but I couldn't name all the parts or take it apart and put it back together... So when someone says that a poem should be written in iambic tetrameter (is that even a thing?), I kind of freak out. I was trying to do the Ultimate Poetry Challenge here on Writing.com but it seems like 90% of the poems have meters and I just ran scared. So yeah, there's definitely a need for something like this on this site.
You use the word 'workshop' several times, including in the short description, so it seems an integral part of the whole concept. And yet, under your dropdown links, none of the services look like what I expected from a workshop. To me, a workshop is a back and forth, not me writing and poem and you giving me feedback on it. Okay, so technically that's back and forth, but I meant 'back and forth multiple times'. So I write a poem, you give me feedback, I review it and try to correct it, you give me more feedback, I try again, and so on until I understand the concepts and the poem is as good as it's going to get. I guess I was envisioning something more like a class. I want someone to teach me about meters, rather than correcting a single poem of mine. I suppose it's a bit like maths - you can give me the right answer, but I'm still going to get it wrong again on the next question unless you teach me how to get the right answer on the first one, rather than just giving me the answer. The way I interpret your services, as written on the page, is that you're going to review the poem and offer suggestions for improvement. Which is great for the poem, and I presume you'll tell me why, but I guess I want more of a classroom/workshop style where you teach me what the different meters are, and give me exercises to do, and once I've nailed the exercise, I write a poem, and then we go into that feedback cycle I already mentioned. Maybe that's way more than you wanted to offer, and if so, that's totally fine. But if you're interested, I can see it succeeding. There have been poetry classes and workshops on this site before. The most popular was probably the MuseMasters Workshop. We each had a little signature made up for us and got a digital certificate when we 'graduated'. Which is probably overkill, but it was nice. Yeah, yeah, I'm a sucker for a gold star. And yeah, people will pay for a workshop like that. 10k or more? And offer the option of scholarships, and fund those by asking for donations. You could get a custom merit badge and use that to fundraise for donations. To pay for a custom merit badge (which is 500k) you can offer the merit badge exclusively to initial donors at a premium price (say 50k) and tell them it'll be 100k once it's arrived. That way you only need 10 donors, and that's not unreasonable. Let me know if I can help with that side of things...
SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT:
You explain what scansion means in your dropdown note (another word I had never heard before), however that's the second time you use it. It's better to explain a word the first time you use it. If you don't want to add an explanation into your text further up, you could do a pop note on scansion with the meaning.
You've used font colour, size and spacing to emphasise the words 'This is a place' and yet I can't see why those words need emphasising. There are so many useful and interesting words on the page, and yet you've chosen to emphasise 'this is a place', the one thing that seems fairly self-explanatory. I feel like you could get more creative with emphasising other aspects of the page that are going to be more valuable to the visitor.
It would be great if you could put in a date that the workshop/shop will be open rather than just 'soon'. And when it is open, make sure you're the first one to post in the forum. For some reason, people are always reluctant to be the first to post in a form.
Hopefully I haven't put you off, because I do think that you're offering something that's both needed and not currently being offered on the site. In that respect, you've got a real winner here. And most of my suggestions are minor quick fixes, other than the whole workshop/classroom concept which might be a bit more than you were anticipating from a review. I do hope you continue with this, and I can't wait to see how it goes. I'll definitely come by for some help with my own poetry.