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Mastering the Business of Yoga

Mastering the Business of Yoga (M.B.Om for short) is a podcast was designed for yoga teachers who want to create a successful and sustainable career in yoga, but don't know where to start, or how to take their career to the next level. Each episode features different, successful and inspiring yoga teachers who share their experiences in the yoga world, and the business lessons they have learned throughout their careers. Guests range from full-time yoga teachers, yoga studio owners, teachers who have branched off to create their own businesses, teachers who have developed their own teacher training, and much more.
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Apr 25, 2016

Do you ever wonder if you're "good enough" at yoga to be teaching? Do you ever wonder what it means to be good at yoga?

A couple weeks ago, someone asked me how good I was at yoga, and when I thought about it, I immediately thought of my asana practice. There are a lot of advanced asanas I can't do, so I must not be that good... right? And if I'm not that good, should I really be teaching?

After taking some time to consider what it means to be good at yoga, I decided to put out a solo episode sharing my thoughts. In this episode of the podcast, I discuss the grey area that is defining yoga, what it means to be good at yoga, and whether or not that is even a thing. 

What do you think it means to be good at yoga? Send me your thoughts to info@mbomyoga.com.

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Apr 18, 2016

Do you want to become a full-time yoga teacher? Run your own retreats? Design your own teacher training? Maybe even write a book? Tova Payne shares how she did it on this episode!

Tova Payne is the business teacher for The Vancouver School of Yoga and The Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. She's been teaching yoga for 10 years, and in that time she has ran her own yoga retreats, designed her own yoga teacher training, and has written and published a book (and is currently working on her second!). Tova shares the business lessons she's learned over the years, and how you, too, can become an entrepreneurial yogi! Visit www.mbomyoga.com for show notes and to learn more.

Enjoy!

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Apr 11, 2016

Do you want to learn about various different types of yoga? Do you want to become an expert in more than one area of yoga? Well, you can!

On this episode of the podcast, Andrea Peloso shares her journey as a yoga teacher. She went from an ashtanga practitioner and teacher, to a restorative yoga teacher, to developing teacher training for restorative yoga, and workshops and training on spinal immersion. Andrea shares how she has expanded her learning as a yoga teacher and become a teacher of many styles and types of yoga, and what she learned along the way.

Enjoy!

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Apr 4, 2016

Do you dream of developing your own teacher training programs? Once, that was Erin Evans dream too, and now it is her reality.

On this episode, Erin shares her journey as a yoga teacher, and all that she has learned in her 13 years of teaching yoga. Erin discusses the doubts and the challenges she's had throughout her career, and the struggles of being both a mother and a yoga teacher. Finally, Erin shares how she made her dream of leading teacher trainings a reality - what it took, how she found students, and much more.

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