Welcome to the very first episode of The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast. In this episode we hear from Erin Aquin on the topic of yoga teacher burnout.
Erin completed one of the most comprehensive programs in Canada currently available for Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. You can hear her expertise on yoga and Chinese medicine in her podcast called Elemental Yin Yang Podcast.
As a yoga teacher entrepreneur it is important that self-care is part of our routine or we will see our business and/or personal life suffer.
In this episode Erin shares the symptoms of both yoga teacher brownout and yoga teacher burnout along with the steps we can take to recognize and avoid both.
Listen to the end of the episode for your chance to win a free copy of Erin’s – A-Z of Being a Successful Yoga Teacher.
Some great questions that came out of this Episode to ask yourself are:
1. Do you feel exhausted or energized after teaching a yoga class?
2. Are you craving sleep or unable to sleep?
3. Are you craving carbs, sugar and/or caffeine to keep you going or are you going the entire day not worried about the food that fuels you?
4. Do you have a daily practice that includes physical movement as well as meditation?
Links for this Episode:
Barb Elias – Certified Integral Coach
Natalie Eckdahl of BizChix– MBA, podcaster and business coach
Rebecca Mullen of Altared Spaces – Author
Allison Evans – Life Coach and Author
Erin has shared two related articles for our Connected Yoga Teacher listeners – click here to read those and to find out more about her yoga teacher trainings.
Connect with other yoga teachers in our private Facebook Group – The Connected Yoga Teacher to share your thoughts, questions and comments about this episode or about your yoga teaching journey.
How do you nurture yourself to avoid yoga teacher burnout? We would love to see your posts on social media with the hashtag #nurturedyogateacher – be sure to tag us – Erin Aquin and Shannon Crow.
Work with Shannon – visit ShannonCrow.com to find out about the consulting work she does with yoga teachers and studios and to read articles for yoga teachers and students.