Welcome to a new series on Alive in the Fire dedicated to your growth as a yoga entrepreneur.
Whether you're fresh out of your 200 hour yoga teacher training, you've been teaching for a couple years and want to kickstart your growth, or you're experiencing burnout as an established yoga teacher, this series is for you!
The Badass Yoga Teachers series here on Alive in the Fire is meant to:
- inspire you with new ideas
- support you on days when you feel exhausted or worn down from teaching
- ignite your passion
- offer useful, tangible resources to help you create a successful yoga business
- connect you with a network of amazing, talented, experienced yoga teachers
- provide safe space for you to learn, share, and grow in your career
Are you in? :)
One thing I've learned in my experience as a yoga teacher is that it's not easy. Teaching yoga is hard work, especially when you're putting your heart and soul into your classes.
There is a certain hustle to the lifestyle of a modern yoga teacher: you're constantly on the lookout for new teaching opportunities, you're busy running from studio to studio, at times you may question your motivation for teaching or wonder if you're making a difference or doing enough for your students.
You may experience drama, frustration, fear, or confusion.
You'll also have days where you feel confident, encouraged, inspired, and connected.
I believe that yoga teachers are needed in our world, and I'm so grateful for the many teachers I've had that have inspired my path.
First and foremost, I want to offer a heartfelt thank you to all you amazing yoga teachers out there for doing what you do. I hope that this series is helpful to you, and I'd love to hear your input and feedback along the way.
Let's cultivate a community of thoughtful, respectful, encouraging, badass yoga teachers!
If you're interested in being a part of Badass Yoga Teachers on Alive in the Fire, please feel free to contact me at aliveinthefire at gmail dot com! I'd love to hear your ideas for blog posts, or hear your story about your yoga teaching career.
Stay tuned for post #1 in the series: Books for Yoga Teachers That You May Have Missed in Your YTT.