I’m going straight in and challenging those deep rooted subconscious beliefs that I believe are collectively held by many of us (me included!)
We love what we do.
We do it to help people.
So we feel we shouldn’t make money or it’s wrong to make money from our passion.
Or we don’t fully value our skills, gifts, and experience and believe it’s hard to make money from them.
It’s hard to earn money as a yoga teacher?
In this episode I challenge the following 3 beliefs, have you ever heard, seen, felt, or said them yourself – I know I have!
- It’s hard to make money teaching yoga (especially when you first start)
- It’s wrong to make money from teaching yoga
- It’s wrong to talk about how you make money from teaching yoga, it’s wrong to talk about money.
What we appreciate appreciates, I encourage you to use what you know, mantra, and affirmations – “It is safe for me to make money teaching yoga”. In fact in order for you to fully serve your students it’s your duty, so you can show up with abundance.
Money doesn’t care if you are a yoga teacher, how long you have been teaching or what your website looks like! It’s simply a medium of exchange, the energy of your services for the energy of money. Yoga teachers, you know that we strive to have our energies in balance; there is no difference here.
Take what I say today; sit with it (yes meditate and listen)
It is safe for you to make money (teaching yoga)!
Work with me?
If you’d like to work with me further visit www.amy-yoga.com.
You can train with me. I offer 300hr Foundation Yoga Teacher Training and other shorter specialist training courses in pregnancy, postnatal, toddler & yin yoga.
You can be mentored by me. Join the Prosperous Yogini 6 month mentoring programme and online community, with the option to work with me 1:2:1 and let me support you further in turning your passion into profit!
Start your own podcast?
I love using my podcast to help people and share my knowledge, if you’d like to do the same but don’t know where to start on the tech and production front head over to www.podbubble.com – they make podcasting possible!