Please join me for the first in a series of calls to talk about different topics related to yoga teaching. I'll be using my book, "Stretched," and the topics discussed in it, as the basis. This first call will go over the ideas discussed in Chapter 4, "Building Your Entrepreneurship." If you have the book, the call will bring it to life. If you don't, it'll be a great intro to the topic. I'm starting with this topic because it's the one that really breaks down how to plan your yoga teaching career, from a business perspective (and yes, we will be discussing money). Please join me!
"He is a man of sense who does not grieve for what he has not, but rejoices in what he has." Epictetus. Come appreciate what you have. Class tonight, 7:30 pm, Charlestown Yoga.
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Why can it be so hard for yoga teachers to make time for yoga?Excerpt:
I went to a yoga class on Saturday over this past weekend. I have been trying to go to class Saturdays from 8-9 am on a regular basis as it's a time chunk I have available in my schedule. I find that I have such a hard time getting to class. If you're a yoga teacher, perhaps you can relate to some of the reasons I find for why I can't make it to class:
As being in the studio to teach is my ...
Class theme: Move from your mid-spine and find space in your heartExcerpt:
I've been teaching classes recently inspired by an anatomical theme. The theme has to do with mobilizing the thoracic, or mid-spine, to get greater space in the chest, move movement in twists and more space in backbends. I've been combining the instruction around the spine with instruction around the thighs, encouraging students to spiral their inner thighs back to open up their sacr...