When I coach Yoga Teachers and other Wellnesspreneurs and I ask them what they want from their business, by far the two biggest things are
1) to have more positive impact on their students and in their community
2) to make more money as a result of that impact
While most yoga teachers don't embark on their
journey because they heard it was a way to get rich quick, the logic is:
If you teach valuable classes and programs, you can expect that more people will be willing to pay you and because of that, you can make a great living.
The problem is that while yoga teachers spend years becoming true masters at the craft of guiding classes many haven't spent a fraction of that time honing their business skills.
I have met teachers who have been in this industry for decades and can't promote a retreat to save their lives.
I have met teachers who present the most beautiful outlook on humanity, but turn around and blame everyone from their students to the studios they work at for their financial problems.
Something is wrong with this picture, folks.
If you became a yoga teacher because you wanted to share something transformational with the world, I invite you to check out my free mini-training: More Impact, More Money.