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Why a Yoga Business Card is Essential (Plus Bonus Tips on How to Network)

“Let me just give you my business card….” Really? I hear you say. You mean in addition to all the other things we have to think about as new teachers (lights & music in the studio, inhale and exhale counts, getting that first gig, what the next training looks like) we have to think about […]

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MAKE YOUR PASSION YOUR PROFESSION – WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

I’ve started every piece in the last three weeks with those words, and now I can definitively say that yes, it was certainly challenging and yes, the challenge was worth it. Some parts I fund easier than others, some subjects flowed and some were a bit sticky. But overall = a great way to kick […]

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ANXIETY, DEPRESSION AND YOGA

Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental health concerns in our society. They are often experienced as a complex set of emotional and functional challenges and while they are not the same, they often occur together. It is not uncommon for people with depression to experience anxiety and vice versa. Lao Tzu […]

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HOW TO BUILD YOUR FOLLOWING AS A NEW YOGA TEACHER

Friends, yogis, fellow teachers There is no doubt that it takes a lot of effort to build your following as a new yoga teacher. But what if instead of just working hard, you could work smart and get more students? Sounds like a great plan, right? Before I show you how to do just this, […]

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How To Write The Perfect Yoga Teacher Resume

It’s fair to say putting the words ‘yoga resumé’ & ‘new teacher’ in the same sentence may cause a few sharp inhales and nervous exhales. Perhaps even a disbelieving shake of the head. I mean, how can you write a persuasive yoga teaching resumé, when you’re still paying off the loan you took out for […]