One of the reasons I wrote my book "Stretched" is that I wanted to give time to detailing the business side of teaching yoga. There is so much out there in the way of the "teaching" side but there is not a lot out there to support teachers, especially if they want to teach full time, as their primary source of income. That can be a really tempting move; we might look at teachers who teach full time and wish we had their lifestyle. But who really knows what another's lifestyle is really like? There can be a number of good reasons to teach part time. I go into all of this in my book, "Stretched" but here's an article I wrote for MindBodyGreen years ago that still rings true today.
6 Reasons to Teach Yoga Part Time www.mindbodygreen.com Recently, I wrote an article called "14 Tips for Starting Your own Yoga Business." In it, I outlined some of the things to consider when you start off as a "yogi-preneur." While it didn't necessarily
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