Ep.18 – What Have I Learned From Teaching Toddler Yoga?

This is my first request episode and I’ve been asked by one of my regular listeners to share what I have learnt from teaching yoga to young children over the years.

I have had the absolute honour of teaching toddler yoga for 12 plus years now and I can say hand on heart – it is the best job in the world!

And from the toddlers I have learnt:

  • To drop the ego and just move
  • To not take the practice of yoga too seriously 
  • Sometimes you do have to eat mid-practise 
  • And OM is certainly a magical sound

From the perspective of my yoga business and as a teacher I have learnt:

  • That our classes are way more than just yoga, it’s about community and connection
  • Remaining consistent is very powerful
  • That consistency builds up over time through word of mouth and this is the most powerful marketing tool we have, especially when it comes to local classes
  • Having a specialism that lights you up will expand your teaching schedule and streams of income (but you don’t have to niche yourself into a corner, I don’t just teach toddler yoga!)

Work with me?

If you like the sound of building a yoga business around teaching bumps, mums & little ones, and you want flexible, online training then I’m your girl! Check out my pregnancy, postnatal and toddler specialist yoga teacher training courses here – https://www.amy-yogaonline.com/p/pregnancy-and-postnatal-yoga-teacher-training

Or my 12hr Teaching toddler yoga self-paced CPD course – https://www.amy-yogaonline.com/p/teaching-toddler-yoga

Inspired by my closing rant and are totally ready to build, grow and scale a sustainable profitable yoga business, then the next 6-month cohort for my Prosperous Yogini group mentoring programme starts end of January 2023. Join the wait list and find out more here – https://amy-yoga.com/prosperous-yogini-programme/

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