Because you are passionate about yoga, you get to talk about and work with and do the thing you love the most in the world! Since yoga has deep spiritual…
THE YOGA INDUSTRY IS GROWING AT A RAPID PACE AND YOU CAN BUILD AN ABUNDANT, SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS THAT SERVES OTHERS! But here's the problem: Only 5% of yoga teacher training programs focus on building a yoga business, and no marketing plan is taught to help you reach more people. This online course counters this initial setback and puts you on a long-term course for success. And it does so in a step-by-step format!
Your website is an extension of you and your brand. It’s also a powerful tool to share your message with a broad audience and boost your sales. Yet building and maintaining a website can seem daunting. That’s why you want to simplify the website design process as you get started. These ONLINE BUSINESS RESOURCES FOR YOGA TEACHERS can help you do this. -
Since such a framework is not taught at yoga teacher training programs, most teachers graduate without a plan. This can lead to wasted energy and time as they venture into the yoga marketplace—and ultimately lead to frustration, discouragement and burnout. You can prevent this if you know the five phases necessary to start a successful yoga business. And that’s exactly what you’ll learn in this article today.
you want to use a yoga webinar as part of your overall strategy to build your yoga community. You want to create a step-by-path for potential and existing clients to follow. This informs others about how your business operates. And since you likely got into yoga because you wanted to make a difference in the lives of others, a yoga webinar can be one of the best resources to do this.
A common misunderstanding among yoga professionals is that marketing refers only to actions taken to gain new clients. Yet a marketing strategy includes steps to address all types of relationships in your business—potential clients, new clients, and existing clients. In order to stay in business long-term, you want to stay connected with your yoga students in all of these phases. The ideas in this article show you how to do so in a meaningful way.
One element of a marketing strategy involves a path to gain new clients. This is essential to increase your student base and grow your yoga business. Yet many marketing strategies call for a complicated approach that decreases your energy levels or effectiveness. Instead, you can use a yoga webinar to attract ideal clients today. This article shows you the 5 simple steps to do so.
Poor habits and lack of ongoing learning will prevent you from bringing your best to your yoga clients (and potential clients). That's why Swagtail's monthly training program helps optimize your teaching skills, increase your positive impact, and make more money doing what you love! Find out more here!
Yes, it’s true, that most yoga studios and yoga teachers sign contracts to understand the terms of agreement when teaching. But what contract are you signing with your students? How do they know exactly what you are offering? And what will they get as a result of your teaching? The answer lies in your yoga curriculum. Discover how to develop one now!
Once you leave a teacher training program, you often find very little formal structure in the actual teaching of yoga to students. Yet a spontaneous and disjointed approach to yoga instruction can make it challenging for many to internalize the many benefits of the practice.The flip side is that deep learning can happen with a more structured yoga education plan. And the owner of Westport Yoga in Kansas City shows you how in this article!
You know you can travel all over the world at any time of year for an amazing yoga retreat. And, in doing so, you can find just as much variety in comfort levels during each experience. That's why it's important to know your comfort level, and these other important things about yourself, before you SELECT THE PERFECT YOGA RETREAT - Read more here
How often in a yoga class do you instruct your students to find a point of focus? You might encourage them to gaze past their fingertips or look at a point on the wall to help sustain balance in a challenging posture. This is a fantastic mural at #UpYogaMN and you can do something similar in your space to uplift your students
One of the best ways to build trust with your students is to be honest and authentic. The space in which you teach can then become a visual representation of this promise to your students. In the case of UpYoga, the building wasn’t always this way. The location was great, but Lindsay and John had to completely demolish the inside of the building before it could be designed to match their vision. Learn more at Swagtail.com
The cold of winter melts into the fresh days of springtime. Leaves return to trees and more sunlight spans the sky. Flowers are in bloom. Fresh produce abounds. And you have greater zest to explore and create. The springtime in your yoga business also carries this revitalized energy. Spring in your yoga business is tied to growth and you can ride this momentum using the tips in this article
You make the most of your energy and focus when you act from inspiration. That’s why this post is chock-full of fantastic quotes you’ll be excited to share with your students. And it lists the best books for yogis to keep you satisfied on your career path and eager for what’s next in your life. These are the resources I used in 2019 to maximize my time and energy as a yoga professional. And I know they can do the same for you, too (now and in the great year to come)!
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The online world might convince you it’s necessary to operate your business at full throttle year-round. Quite the contrary is true, however. There are actually four seasons of a yoga business. And when you recognize the traits and pace of each season, you can plan accordingly. Better yet, you will be prepared to thrive under any and all conditions that come your way.
The path to what you want in life rarely follows a straight line. The same is true for the seasons of your yoga business. Not all of your months in winter will be slow, and not all of the months in your summer might be intense. That’s where the one-third rule comes into play. Remember that one month per quarter, or one third of each season, will likely be slower than the other two. Discover other tips to thrive year-round in this post.
A recent scientific study shows that on any given day, your brain is bombarded with about 34 GB of data. This would easily overload a powerful laptop within a week. You might not shut down entirely, but you feel less organized, less focused, and far less inspired as a result. That’s why it is so beneficial to step back and see the world–and your life–from the broader perspective. I’m doing this with Swagtail this week. As a result, this post reveals our best yoga blog posts of 2019.