Running a Yoga BusinessPodcasts & Articles
Want to grow your yoga student roster, your email list or Facebook group? Amanda McKinney (she/her) shares more about why a yoga challenge could be great for your yoga business, and her tried-and-tested 10 step process to host one successfully.
YTTs don’t often teach yoga teachers about the business aspect of teaching yoga. Manu Molina de la Torre (he/him) shares 8 important lessons and tips to help yoga teachers to start and run a successful yoga business.
Do you know what expenses you can claim as a yoga teacher? We’ve put together a helpful guide to make tax season a little bit easier for you.
Need help crafting a great sales page that helps you get more students? Sarah Guilliot (she/her) has just the tips for you. She shares her checklist for what a sales page should include, common mistakes to avoid, and where to get inspiration!
Hosting a membership site can be a great way to share yoga with your audience and an effective way to repurpose all those video recordings.
Is work-life balance a myth? Dawn Vason (she/her) has some practical tips around planning time for both life and work. She also shares insights on running a business while raising a family, dealing with parenting guilt, and finding balance in life.
How does yoga relate to parenting, perfectionism and your own practice? Judith Hanson Lasater (she/her) and Lizzie Lasater (she/her) share from their unique perspective as a mother-daughter team about raising children, running a yoga business and more.
A good scheduling software can make all the difference when booking your group or private yoga sessions. Here are our favorites.
Running a yoga business can be stressful and often self-care falls to the bottom of the list. Shunta Grant, creator of Best Today Brand, is a parent running three businesses. She shares how she fits it all in and how she makes self-care a top priority.
How do you stay productive in your business? In this episode, Shannon talks to Shawn Radcliffe, a health and science writer and Yoga Instructor, who shares some tips on how to use a 15-minute planner to get organized and plan a productive week.
2020 has been a challenging year for many of us; in this espisode Diane Liska shares some brain science education, along with some coping strategies.
Do you feel like it’s time for a break from your yoga business? Shannon shares the planned breaks she takes daily, weekly and monthly.
Shannon talks to her team members around the world about how they are coping during the COVID-19 global pandemic. This series of interviews was recorded back at the end of April 2020, and we get a glimpse into the lives of the people who make The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast and community possible.
Reneé Clair walks us through her step-by-step recruiting process that yoga teachers can use when they are ready to hire. She also shares tips to get hired.
Sandra Booker talks with us about how and when to hire a VA (virtual assistant). She covers how to pass tasks over, how much to pay and much more.
Barrie Risman talks about how to deepen your yoga practice and how this has been the key to her yoga business growth and sustainability.
Isabel sent in a question that became a full podcast episode. She asked Shannon to share the milestones of her yoga business.
This is our resource list to help our global yoga teacher community to deal with COVID-19 (coronavirus). Take care everyone.
How can we be prepared for tax time? Kelly Christian, a professional bookkeeper and tax preparer shares what we need to know as yoga teachers.
Have you thought of starting a non-profit yoga business as a way to give back to the community? Jessica Kinsey walks us through the questions to ask first.
Money is an essential part of our yoga business, and whether you love it or you hate it, you need to embrace it and cultivate that relationship.
This is such an informative episode with valuable tips and actions you can take immediately to get unstuck in your business or relationships, and to help others in your life get unstuck with things they’re struggling with.
Sarajane Case, founder of Enneagram & Coffee, shares how we can use the Enneagram assessment to embrace our unique qualities, harnessing the information for life and business. Sarajane talks about what it was like to have an Instagram account go viral.
James Clear, author of Atomic Habits, reveals more about why habits are so crucial to your success and how to create, change and break habits that impact your business and life.
Are you struggling with productivity and finding enough time to do all the things? On this episode, Amber De La Garza, The Productivity Specialist, shares strategies to help you become more productive and achieve your business goals.
On this episode, Allison reveals all the things that go on behind-the-scenes in planning and executing a yoga conference. From the schedule of events at the conference, to marketing strategies to promote and advertise the conference, to hard lessons learned along the way – Allison shares all her insight and experience.
What’s your yoga business niche? Do you share your yoga with everyone, or are you focusing in on your zone of genius? On this episode, Shannon shares her own process that helped her figure out her yoga business niche and has the insights you need to get started on yours.
As a yoga teacher or yoga studio owner, do you have insurance that protects you if a lawsuit arises? How much coverage is enough? Beth McVeigh, a specialist in liability insurance for yoga instructors and yoga studio owners, joins Shannon, to shed light on the topic of insurance.
A yoga student waiver is a very important document for all yoga teachers. We have a free for use waiver form availble as a pdf or editable document. Enjoy!
Saerin, of Love Light Law, and Shannon tackle some of the confusing and complicated legal aspects and offer in depth legal answers for your yoga business.
Shelli Warren, Team and Leadership Coach, joins Shannon in the third episode of the 5-part mini-series, Yoga Studio Business 101. They share what it takes to build a successful team. Shelli draws on her years of corporate experience to help business owners grow, hire and nurture their teams alongside their businesses.
The second of this 5-part mini-series, Shannon and Steve dive into the nitty gritty details of what it takes to build and run a successful yoga business.
Shannon takes you through the steps in this CEO planning process that can help you plan for the future, both personally and professionally.
If you are looking for ideas of where to teach yoga, here is a compiled list. Thanks to everyone in our Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook group who submitted their unique class locations. A printable PDF of this list is available.
Today’s guest is Schedulicity’s Jane Crites, VP of Product. Jane began working for the company in 2007. Shannon and Jane talk about Jane’s love of yoga, upcoming enhancements to their services, the power of scheduling and more.
Shannon is the first to say she has a packed schedule and that fitting everything in can certainly be a challenge. Over the years, working as an entrepreneur, Shannon has learned many tips and tricks and they’re always evolving to help her create and implement her ideal schedule.
Ashley Zuberi has been a full-time yoga teacher for three years and acknowledges it has been a struggle. While considering her own challenges, Ashley became curious about the struggles of her fellow teachers.
A thread in The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook group brought a lot of great insight into the pros and cons of various insurance companies along with other considerations when purchasing yoga teacher insurance.
Hannah Smolinski talks to us about accounting in part 4 of our money mini-series. If you are wondering what expenses to track for your yoga business — you are going to love this episode.
Steph Crowder shares with us the importance of calculating your Minimal Viable Income, which is the minimum you need to make, per month, to make ends meet.
[Money Mini-series: Part 2], Geraldine Carter, founder of Focused Business Coaching, asks us to reflect and uncover our “money story”.
Natalie Eckdahl talks to us about generating profit. She is a business coach, professional facilitator, keynote speaker and host of the Biz Chix Podcast.
Shannon asked yoga teachers to share what they would say to their brand new yoga teacher self if they could go back in time.
Trina Altman, yoga and pilates teacher, talks with us about preventing injuries in our yoga students. The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast – Episode 38.
In today’s podcast, Rachel East of Clarity on Fire talks openly about how she doesn’t want to be a #Girlboss, building an empire and #CrushingIt.
Amanda Kingsmith of the M.B.OM podcast shares her thoughts on how yoga teachers can embrace the business side of teaching yoga.
Puja Madan talks to us rituals to start and end the day as a yoga entrepreneur. Episode 30 of The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast with Shannon Crow.
In episode 20 of The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast, Shannon Crow shares her six favourite online tools for her yoga business. Each one has a free version.
In today’s episode Tracey Eccleston of Ageless Arts Yoga talks to us about defining your value as a yoga teacher and how to set your prices.
In this episode you get to hear Natalie Eckdahl coaching Shannon, the host of The Connected Yoga Teacher Podcast, on how to set and achieve big goals.
Episode 2 of The Connected Yoga Teacher. Shannon Crow shares an online consultation call with Nina Andic who would like to strengthen her yoga practice.
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.