Teach Online YogaPodcasts & Articles
Teaching online yoga became a normal thing during the 2020 pandemic and as far as we can tell it is a trend that seems to be sticking around even when some classes are back in person.
We have compiled a list of podcasts, videos and articles to help you with the many questions that have arisen with online yoga classes.
Are you looking for a new platform to grow your yoga business and become a successful, well-paid yoga teacher? Liza Colpa (she/her) shares how she has built her yoga business on Insight Timer and advice for those looking to get started!
Ever wanted to send an audio recording but didn’t know how? Claire Villarreal (she/her) shares how to record good quality audio using just your phone! She also talks about setup, editing, and all the tech details to create and share audio recordings!
Do you have closed captions enabled for your Zoom classes? Landen Stacy (he/him) explains why closed captions are an important addition to your online yoga classes, what you need to add them to Zoom, plus some bonus tips on accessibility!
Here we explore why close captions are a useful addition to our online yoga class and a step-by-step guide on how to enable them for Zoom.
How can you make your online yoga classes more personalized? Arundhati Baitmangalkar (she/her) has some tips to build community and cultivate connection in virtual yoga classes, and strategies to create the best experience possible for YTT students.
Despite being able to teach yoga in-person, Colin Hall (he/him) decided to close his yoga studio and offer online yoga classes instead. He explains how and why he chose to teach online, how his community reacted to it, and more.
Corporate Yoga Part 2 – Samantha Harrison (she/her) shares how going virtual has changed the corporate yoga space, the new opportunities available to yoga teachers, and more!
Have you ever wanted to teach corporate yoga, but weren’t sure where to start? Samantha Harrison (she/her) has some tips. She shares more about how to get corporate clients, the difference between yoga in a corporate setting vs. elsewhere, and more!
Teaching yoga online is hard, but what about hosting conferences and teacher trainings? Jivana Heyman (he/his) talks about his experience moving everything online, including the entire Accessible Yoga Conference and his yoga teacher trainings.
We asked yoga teachers in our TCYT Facebook group for some of their audio, video, and lighting preferences to share with you.
Figuring out the tech and equipment to teach yoga online can be overwhelming. Dominique Gauthier (she/her) shares some of her tech challenges, the tips and tricks she used to overcome them, and her tech recommendations for teaching hybrid classes.
Wondering what to charge for your yoga classes now that they’re online? Shannon Crow (she/her) shares more about the factors to consider in pricing your yoga offerings, including the perceived value of your classes, the hidden costs, and more.
This article answers a popular question asked by many yoga teachers – How much should I charge for online yoga?
The COVID pandemic has drastically changed the world we live in. Many of us have had to make the leap to shift our businesses online and offer our yoga classes and offerings virtually. Today Nikki Naab-Levy shares tips on how to grow an online business.
Video is a great way for us to connect with new yoga students, especially with how social media and physical distancing are these days.
Amanda McKinney and Shannon Crow share a masterclass they did for yoga teachers wanting to offer their yoga online during covid-19.
Jennie MacGoy acted quickly to get her yoga classes online (using Zoom) when the schools in her area closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Yael explains the business model to teach private yoga online, some of the challenges and the benefits of using FitMyTime for both teachers and students.
In today’s podcast, Brea shares her experience with creating her online yoga studio. Hosting platforms and equipment suggestions are also discussed.
In this episode, Shannon talks to Rosslyn about what led her to focus her attention toward teaching online yoga classes via Skype.