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.
Sales are the main reason you’re able to stay in business. Yet shockingly, many yoga business websites make it incredibly hard for the new student (and existing one) to buy their services. Yes, that’s right! You could be leaving money
Starting a yoga business can seem daunting or downright debilitating. This is because the term ‘business’ is often misunderstood. Plus, when you search online for ways to begin, you find numerous articles about opening a yoga studio (which is really
Marketing is an often misunderstood term, and thus a very underutilized approach to get more clients and better serve your existing ones. That’s where this blog post comes in! Today, you’ll discover the essential elements of a marketing strategy. Plus,
Daily routines have recently been disrupted due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Group yoga classes have ceased and even private lessons have been canceled to the quarantine. To keep your yoga business afloat and to still give your community the support
As a yoga teacher, you spend many hours face-to-face with your clients on the mat. And it’s incredibly satisfying to witness their positive transformation right before your eyes. But running the behind-the-scenes aspect of your yoga business might not be
Once you leave a teacher training program, you often find very little formal structure in the actual teaching of yoga to students. Yet a spontaneous and disjointed approach to yoga instruction can make it challenging for many to internalize the