Yoga teachers feel a lot of pressure to put on a brave face and be a force of positivity in other people’s lives. But it’s OK if you’re not having the best year, either.
The “doing-my-own-thing” type of student has entered class. You are teaching something and they are doing something else. Well, you’re not alone!
How (and why) to find out whether your yoga students are ready to go back to the studio after Covid-19 lockdown.
When starting out as a yoga teacher, you’re probably going to be assigned a beginners’ class. And it won’t be that simple. So today I’d like to share some of the things I’ve learned.
A simple and balanced approach to yoga studio software.
An interview with Asina of Nalina Wild Yoga, talking about balance, self-care, and staying connected with your purpose as a yoga teacher.
What are some of the secret strategies you need to apply to ensure that your yoga students never miss your lessons?
Let us take you through all the problems that arose when I started transitioning my business online, what my priority purchases were and what it’s like to market your new normal.
I knew from the start that doing retreats and workshops was part of my career path. For me, it is the most effective way for us as teachers to touch deeper into our yoga practice with our students.
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