As a yoga teacher I was behind on the times. During my training, I had colleagues who had as much as 14,000 followers. I barely had 300. What did I do? I started content creation. Everything from pictures, to articles, I even made my own website.
Now we’re talking about what’s to become of this new normal. The thing is, our jobs still remain the same. We’ll still need students to fill our classes. How do we remind them that we’re still here?
It’s hard to maintain a personal yoga practice when you’re a busy yoga teacher, but these simple tips can help.
What about the other side of the spectrum of students or people that are struggling with keeping their emotions from overwhelming them? How do we reach out? As yoga teachers, how do we give them hope?
A simple and balanced approach to yoga studio software.
It is evident that things need and are going to change. The question is? How do we adapt to these changes as people and professionals?
Learn how writing and journaling can deepen your yoga practice as well as your connection with your body and mind. Here are practical ways to incorporate more journaling into your everyday practice.
Through Live-streaming, we can reach out to our existing students as well as to potential people who need their daily dose of movement, mindfulness, and inner peace. How do we start?
If your meditation practice could use a refresher, we’ve got you covered. Here are six techniques to try.
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