This is an update to an article originally published on July 30, 2015. It has been refreshed and revised to for your reading pleasure.
Right now, I am in the midst of planning my fall and winter workshops and retreats.
In addition to offering the signature Elemental Yin Yang yoga classes that have helped me build a strong community of students, I also have the opportunity to coach current and soon-to-be teachers during teacher training and business bootcamps.
There is so much to cover when it comes to the world of teaching and the yoga industry, but one topic that I always circle back to is knowing your value and self-worth as an instructor.
As a teacher, it is easy to feel at times that you are the luckiest person on earth to be able to do this work. You may love it so much that you want to teach for free or offer everyone you know a huge discount on your (probably) already reasonably priced classes.
While I have written extensively on this topic, I want to share a few ways you can add value to your classes without selling yourself short in the self-worth or financial department.
The following is an excerpt from my book The A-Z of Being a Successful Yoga Teacher