Advice for New Teachers
As a new yoga teacher, you’re probably keen to get teaching but where do you start? There is so much to consider when starting to teach yoga. Where do you want to teach? Do you have time to teach alongside your job? How do you get students along to class? What companies and studios can you approach for work? Will your students keep coming back? Your TTC has set you up to teach yoga but not for the business side of things. But don’t panic.
This is where Kat comes in. She has many years of experience in teaching yoga and running her yoga business. Kat has taught while working full-time, part-time, with two other part-time jobs (so effectively more than full-time hours with the teaching and resulting in burnout) and is now a self-employed yoga teacher. Kat doesn’t have any money behind her. She has worked hard to get to where she is and is proof that with hard work and dedication, anyone can do it. She also has experience of setting herself up in a small town and big cities. She knows your struggles all too well and wants to help.
Kat has tried numerous ways to make her dream become a reality and she can let you know the ones that work. These are all the things you wish someone would tell you. Well Kat will. There is competition out there but ultimately, yoga is about sharing peace and love. What’s the point in keeping all the business tools to yourself? As a yoga teacher, Kat believes we should work together to change the world. This is why she wants to help you. The more yoga teachers there are out there actually teaching, the more people have access to the transformative practice.
Kat can share with you the secrets of her success and make that list of yours a lot smaller. Don’t waste time on the things that don’t work. Get started today. Contact Kat now to find out how she can help you.
(Price per 1 hour session with Kat is £40)