As a yoga professional, you’re constantly looking for more ways to understand--and serve--the needs of your clients. When you have knowledge about the body, you can discern imbalances in your students with clarity. You can modify postures to keep them safe.
Have you ever arrived at your vacation destination only to find that you forgot your toothbrush or deodorant again? Did the weather shift on you suddenly when away from home and discover that the clothes you packed are no longer relevant?
The yoga industry continues to grow daily and you can stay on the leading edge with ongoing learning. This includes the study of yoga-specific topics as well as how to improve the marketing, communication, and efficiency of your yoga business. This
The podcast market is booming, with about 350 new podcasts available today in a wide variety of topics. Since you want to grow your yoga business, I’ve put together a list of the best business podcasts for yoga professionals. Each host
The profession of teaching yoga or running a studio falls under the same business rules as it would take to keep any organization profitable. This includes having enough capital to get your business up and running, creating a strategy to project
Many yoga practitioners and teachers today spend many hours focusing on the perfection of physical asana. While building a strong and flexible body is essential to well-being, the breath is really what supports and guides such a practice. The pranayama resources