Upon graduating a 200-hour training, you'll be left to your own devices to set up a business and start teaching. For most people, this is completely new territory which can leave you feeling unsupported and overwhelmed about how to start, especially if you don't have business or marketing experience. And, as you start teaching, questions start to come up and you realise there are many things that you don't yet know.
Since the pandemic, the yoga industry has become incredibly cluttered. Standing out amongst the crowd as a yoga teacher is tough. Having a clear vision about who you want to teach, how you are going to teach, and how you are going to differentiate yourself is key to business success. Not only this, but you'll need processes and systems in place to establish in-person and online classes, to attract students and to retain them. But how do you do that if you don't have business or marketing knowledge behind you?
I became a yoga teacher eight years ago and since then I have gone on to establish a highly successful business running in-person and online classes, courses and retreats, including the launch of an on-demand class platform and app in 2020. With the knowledge and experience that I have gained from teaching thousands of in-person and online yoga classes, running retreats, courses and workshops, together with over 10 years of marketing experience in the corporate world, I am here to support you in establishing a successful yoga business so that you thrive.
Coaching will be bespoke to your focus and goals, and can include:
Coaching sessions are 1-to-1 and delivered online via zoom.
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