Yoga teachers and yoga studio owners are many things: uplifting, inspiring, improbably bendy… but the great majority have, at best, an antagonistic relationship with technology. Love it or hate it, the truth is, technology can make or break a yoga teacher’s brand and business. This series of posts about technology for yoga teachers is aimed […]
This post is part of a series on Tech for Yoga Teachers. We encourage you to start at the beginning. These days, yoga teacher training courses often include a module on building your yoga business or brand. If you’ve attended one of these sessions, you’ve probably been told you need a yoga business page on […]
This post is part of a series on Tech for Yoga Teachers. We encourage you to start at the beginning. Now that you’ve got your website and your newsletter looking great, it’s time tackle social media. If you’re new to social media, taking care of your profiles can be painful. Actually, scratch that. For anyone, […]
This video is a follow-up to my recent blog post on making your feet parallel in yoga. Thanks to joga pa Saulei in Riga for allowing me to film this video in their beautiful studio. Namaste! If you missed it you can read the accompanying blog post here: Parallel Feet – Are You Doing It […]
This post is part of a series on Tech for Yoga Teachers. We encourage you to start at the beginning. Now that a few people have signed up to your newsletter, you have to figure out what you’re going to write. Ideally, you will weave together different strands of you life – the personal, the […]
In yoga class teachers repeatedly ask you to stand with your feet parallel. They rarely explain to you what that means, or why you should bother. I’m going to take this one step further and ask you to always stand with your feet parallel, whether in yoga class or at the bar. Walking or standing […]
This post is part of a series on Tech for Yoga Teachers. We encourage you to start at the beginning. Empires are built on email lists. That might be a tiny overstatement, but email is a key to building your online brand. Email is the most powerful tool you can use to communicate with (and […]
This video is a follow-up to my recent blog post on hyperextension. If you missed it you can read it here: Why You Shouldn’t Hyperextend In Yoga → As always, if you have questions or comments, leave them in the comments section below.