Keys to Becoming a Successful Yoga Teacher – Free Webinar Series for Yoga Teachers
Yoga is big, and it’s getting bigger. In just four years, the number of people who practice yoga has nearly doubled, increasing from 20.4 million people in 2012 to 36.7 million in 2016, according to a recent survey by Yoga Journal and Yoga Alliance. And that number is only expected to increase.
Despite this, it’s not uncommon for yoga teachers to face challenges establishing a solid teaching career. To build a strong following of students and carve out a profession doing something you love, there’s many factors that come into play.
What’s the secret to creating a successful yoga business? How do you develop a core group of students who keep coming back, again and again, providing you with a steady stream of income? How do you lay a strong foundation so that you can keep doing what you love and bring the benefits of yoga to others?
To answer some of these questions, we here at YogaUOnline have put together a 3-part webinar series for teachers as a free service to the yoga community.
“It may seem like the field of yoga teaching is becoming increasingly competitive,” says Eva Norlyk Smith, co-founder of YogaUOnline and a host in the webinar series. “In reality, however, there are some very large demographics that are not that well served, which represent huge opportunities for yoga teachers if you learn how to target them. This is what we focus on in the webinar.”
Most teachers teach through yoga studios, but this is an increasingly competitive environment. The webinar series will look at why there are many ways to develop a thriving yoga teaching profession independent of studios, if you know how to go about it. And, if you teach in a studio, you can use the same strategies to significantly to bolster your class attendance there.
The webinar series includes a presentation with physical therapist and internationally renowned yoga teacher Julie Gudmestad, plus some great bonuses with Judith Hanson Lasater, Tom Myers, and Natasha Rizopoulos. To learn more, click on link below.
To learn more and to register for the free webinar series, go here.