Introducing the Mentor Sessions: A Conversation with Francesca Cervero + Racheal Cook

Hello and welcome to The Mentor Sessions! I’m your host, Francesca Cervero and I’m here to offer my fellow yoga teachers two things:

  • Nourishing support to help you feel more confident in your teaching
  • Realistic strategy to help you find more clarity on your career path  

I am excited today to be interviewed by my friend and business coach, Racheal Cook. Racheal is the founder of RachealCook.com, and she was instrumental in helping my teaching practice grow into what it is today. I cannot think of a better person to help me kick off this podcast!

In this interview, I’ll share a little bit about myself, my business, and the work that I do every day. I approach my teaching and business with a sense of openness and curiosity and nothing brings me more fulfillment than sharing what I have learned with other teachers. This podcast serves to share what I know, encourage all my fellow yoga teachers, and build confidence in one another as we go on our yoga teaching journeys together. I am excited to begin with you!  

Also in this episode:

  • I share the story of my early teaching life and my transition to private teaching.  
  • I talk about what private teaching yoga teaching is really about {hint: it’s always about looking at the whole person}  
  • An inside look into how I organize my days.
  • I’ll share the nitty gritty of how I take care of myself in the midst of growing a thriving business.  
  • Why I started my podcast, and what I am planning to share!

Please join us for a post episode hangout in my online community for yoga teachers! 

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2 Responses to “Introducing the Mentor Sessions: A Conversation with Francesca Cervero + Racheal Cook”

  1. Robin

    Hi Francesca, I really appreciate your forthcomingness about how you got started as a private yoga teacher. Great interview.
    I am wondering how you managed to leave your nyc clients. Did you refer them to another yoga teacher? Also, when you moved to DC, how did you find clients and essentially start all over?

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