As a new yoga teacher, there’s a LOT to integrate as you transition from being a teacher trainee to being in the front of the room. You’re worried about timing, sequencing, breathing, music, interruptions, all sorts of things!
So, how do you find your groove?
I’ve been thinking about that a lot lately ;)
I think the biggest thing is just to teach as much as possible and give yourself the grace of knowing everything gets smoother with practice.
But I will say, there are a few tips and tricks that can help make it easier.
Recently I’ve written three e-books aimed at helping new yoga teachers find confidence and calm in their teaching experiences. I’m excited to announce that I’m offering a bundle of all three books for only $8.
Breath Cues: A Guide to Finding Your Rhythm as a Yoga Teacher
Ready Yogi: Preparation for Your First Yoga Teacher Training
Questions to Ask Before You Accept a Yoga Teaching Gig
I hope you’ll check them out, and I hope most of all that they prove helpful.
And hey, if you’re a new yoga teacher reading this and want a chance to check these out FOR FREE, send me a quick email. Aliveinthefire at gmail dot com. If you’re the first person to message me, I’ll send you a copy at no cost. Ready, set… go! ;)
First photo by Angelo Hilton.