You graduated your 200-hr. (Or maybe you’ve been at this a while).
Congratulations! You have your certificate, thank you for your hard work.
Does that sound familiar?
Do you feel like you’ve accomplished this epic milestone and now you have been tossed into the ocean outside the yoga studio? After all, you may have talked about how to start your business during your training–maybe–but it doesn’t really feel real until it’s TOO real.
And when that realization hits, it’s enough to have you crawling under your blankets and cuddling your blocks. Because who is going to help you take those baby steps (or giant steps, if you’re feeling up to it) once you’ve got that piece of paper in your hand?
Often at yoga teachers, it feels like we're on our own. But it’s not true.♡
Maybe you’re freshly minted, trying to find a studio to partner with and people beyond your immediate circle to teach. Or maybe you’ve been doing this a while, and you have a studio and a group of loyal students. But you’re bored. Plateaued. Or just plain old burnt out.
Maybe you’re still in a place where in-person teaching doesn’t feel right to you, but don’t know the first thing about teaching online. Or you have a business that’s doing well…yet instead of reaching out and admitting you need some help, you just keep racking up the certificates and credentials so you look like you know what you’re doing.
I was you once. Equal parts excited and scared that anyone would take her seriously as a yoga teacher, clinging to all of the knowledge she amassed but still not feeling that support and guidance around her. And since I was (am!) a recovering imperfect perfectionist, any thought of making a mistake was enough to get me to freeze in my tracks, making no decision at all.
And that place is not connected to spirit, not in any way healing or beautiful or graceful. It sucks.
This is my Yoga Teacher Mentorship program. For 16 weeks, you have me in your corner, sitting by your fireside, telling you the stories and teaching you the essentials of running your yoga business. Through my video trainings, extensive self-written resources, and a nurturing series of 1:1 calls, we will expand what you thought your yoga teaching experience could be and give it a fertile place to grow.