My Story: Pain As A Teacher

I want to talk about pain. I want to talk about physical pain and yoga asana and becoming better teachers. I want to talk about my pain and I want to talk about all of us becoming more loving, helpful people. I want to share a piece of my story. I do this in the… Read more

The Odds ARE Stacked Against You, But It Is Possible Anyway

A Success Story by Julie Weber When I set out as a new yoga teacher a few years ago, I had heard time after time that the odds were stacked against me. That it was nearly impossible to build a sustainable and profitable career as a yoga instructor. That I’d have to hustle my buns… Read more

Yoga and Money…What Does This Mean For Us?

Yoga and Money: Part Three WHY IS THIS SO COMPLICATED? There is an inherently complicated nature when working at the intersection of being a spiritual teacher and needing to make a living wage. As yoga teachers we live in this place, and I imagine that almost all of us find some part of this situation… Read more

Private Reflections: A Story of Change and Success

Private Reflections – what I learned from The Science of the Private Lesson: Online by Tiffany Loescher What an honor it has been to study private yoga under Francesca along with other yoga teachers from around the world through her online training, The Science of the Private Lesson™. We “graduated” about four months ago and… Read more

The Good, The Bad, and The Complicated of Private Yoga and Money

Yoga and Money: Part Two Living and working as a professional yoga teacher often brings up challenging and complicated questions about money. I am going to answer some of them for you today! Last time on the blog we talked about how to come up with pricing for your private yoga sessions. This week I… Read more

An Inside Look: my formula for pricing private yoga lessons

Yoga and Money: Part One There is an inherently complicated nature when working at the intersection between being a spiritual teacher and needing to make a living wage. As yoga teachers we live in this place, and I imagine that almost all of us find some part of this situation challenging. Every week I have… Read more

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