Tap into your inner warrior as you build your yoga business, for a career in the yoga field combines the three basic spheres of life–personal passion, spiritual practice, and business principles–into one profession. Because you are passionate about yoga, you get to talk about and work with and do the thing you love the most in the world! Since yoga has deep spiritual significance, you can increase your quality of life while traveling the path to achieve your full potential! And, this ethical foundation can be a great launch point to build, and sustain, and profitable business.
However, the aspects of running a yoga business often receives little, or no, attention. This blog will provide savvy business, communication, and leadership tools will keep you on top of your game, and continually stoked to be part of the evolving yoga profession.
2020 is a year full of ongoing changes that require you to be calm in the face of tense situations. One of the best ways to prevent being stuck amidst these challenges is to use simple yoga business tactics. These
The world of teaching yoga is constantly changing. You might not know exactly how to start a yoga business, nor how to build momentum with the setup you already have in place. That’s why you can read an, or all
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One element of a marketing strategy involves a path to gain new clients. This is essential to increase your student base and grow your yoga business. Yet many marketing strategies call for a complicated approach that decreases your energy levels
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