The reality of entrepreneurship for yoga teachers is often more complicated than one may assume, and it is easy to feel discouraged when you look around at others who appear to be making it look easy. It is difficult to get your footing, and supplementing your income can be a good way to get started. This motivation, combined with a positive and open attitude can allow you to focus on what you love without worrying as much about …
Kids Yoga teacher training risks and rewards and the legitimacy of different trainings. Plus pictures from our Kids Mandala workshop with great ideas for children’s yoga camp.
The whirlwind in my life, better known as the Toronto Yoga Show has finally subsided. The confessions, off hand remarks and jokes I heard at the booth are an important part of keeping my yoga business healthy. Whether you teach kids classes, retreats, camps, or do any other ventures, it is always important to listen […]
A teacher is like a forklift, Yogi Bhajan said, you have to meet the students where they are at, and only then can you lift them up. “Meet Kids Where They’re At” is the first point of three in these videos to Teach Yoga Kids Love. Watch Janet Williams of Children’sYogaBooks.com and Aruna Kathy Humphrys of YoungYogaMasters.com give three tips, highlights from their presentation at the Yoga Show.
For those interested in becoming a Kids Yoga Teacher, here’s the follow up from my experience at my booth promoting Yoga for Kids at the big Yoga Conference in Toronto. Click for information on What Worked Well, Lesson’s Learned, and What I wouldn’t do again!
For the last few weeks I’ve been up to my eyeballs in Kids Yoga getting ready for my booth at the Yoga Show. So I thought I’ll shed some light on the less glamorous side of teaching yoga, the business side, with these marketing strategies. They’ve helped me get focused for the yoga show. I hope they help you reach more people with your yoga too! Plus a preview of our Buy One Get One FREE special coming next weekend.