This has come up quite a bit recently for those of you with whom I’m working with in my mentorship programme, and it’s pretty common that we spend time (probably too much time) debating when, where and how we should do something.
The bottom line is there is no one perfect time for your yoga class, and one of my favourite sayings I’ve stolen from my surfing pursuits is if you don’t go, you don’t know. Sometimes you have to test the water, see if it’s going to work and not rely on your beautiful brain’s assumptions.
A little caveat here is to not spread yourself too thinly when it comes to the number of weekly classes, sometimes less is more, get those 1 or 2 classes full first before you add more of the same class to your schedule.
Why run your yoga business alone?
Deciding all of this stuff alone is not easy, being a sole trader or solo entrepreneur, means that you are your own boss, and that you answer to you and to you alone! That’s one of the massive pros of working for yourself, but the con is when making decisions we can drive ourselves mad going round and round in circles!
The benefit to those in my Prosperous Yogini Mentorship programme is that they can ask me for support anytime, and I guide them into making the right decision for them.
So why do this alone, when you don’t have to?
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I would love you to join my Prosperous Yogini mentorship programme, I can support you to create your own profitable, sustainable yoga business.
Visit me here to bring me onto your team, I will guide you through creating a teaching schedule that works for you and help you to create a business that honours and works for you.
You can also train with me. I offer innovative, flexible online specialist training and CPD courses in pregnancy, postnatal, toddler & yin yoga, visit – https://amy-yoga.com/yoga-teacher-training/
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