Thursday, November 7, 2013

Get Sponsored to Do More Yoga


Would your practice look different if the cost of yoga classes and gear were less a part of the equation?

If you had some free yoga classes at a studio, would you be more consistent about making time to be on your mat?

Maybe you've got your eyes on a DVD by your favorite teacher that you wish you could play at home, but you can’t justify purchasing it.


Or perhaps your yoga mat is old and stinky, or you've never even owned one. Or you’re feeling ready to upgrade to a high-quality mat, and aren't sure where to start.

You could really use a  new yoga outfit to get yourself feeling confident and inspired. You wish you had a block, a strap, some mat spray, an eco-friendly water bottle.

And you could really use a community of yogis to ask questions, to share stories with, to help hold you accountable, to ask for support on your spiritual journey.


If this sounds like you, consider applying for SPONSORED YOGIS 2014! I’m choosing a select few people around the country and local to northern California to:
Receive yoga classes and gear
Try new products and healthy food samples and review them
Study the 8 limbs of yoga
Share their yoga stories on the blog

I’d love you to be a part! Email me today at aliveinthefire at gmail dot com for the application. Submissions are due November 15th, 2013 (unless you let me know you need a few extra days!).

For more information, check out the Sponsored Yogis page.

Namaste.

5 comments:

  1. What you are offering is a good thing! Just as an aside too, some studios do work study. I know the one I go to does, and is frequently looking for people, especially on weekends. In exchange for checking people in and keeping the studio clean, you get free classes. If one has the time for this, it's a great thing. If you live in an area with lots of studios too, Groupon and other discount sites often have good deals on yoga.

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  2. Thanks! And yes, that is such a good reminder – work study is an awesome way to defray the cost of practicing at a studio. I used to do a karma yogi position and I loved not only that it helped with my budget but also that it’s a fun way to meet new yogis and to appreciate the space where you practice. Namaste. :)

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  3. Hello!
    I just found your posts regarding sponsorship! Are you still accepting applications? I am interested!

    Thanks, and Namaste!
    Lindsey

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    1. Hi Lindsey, thanks for your interest! Sponsored yogis for this year are already rolling along, but I will open the program again at some point. Shoot me an email at aliveinthefire at gmail dot com and I’ll be sure you’re in the loop when the time comes. Much love and Namaste to you!

      Thanks,
      Rachel

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