This week on the podcast I am re-joined by Lauren Rudick! Lauren and I first connected about a year ago to talk about her journey in becoming an international yoga teacher. Now, on this episode, we dive into creating and growing an international yoga teacher training program.
Lauren shares tips for how she's made Yoga Academy International successful so far, some of the struggles with filling programs, including the changing Facebook and Instagram algorithms, as well as what sets her training apart.
This week on the podcast I am joined by Jessica Murphy, who is a yoga teacher, podcast host, and the founder of the Dirty South Yoga Fest based out of Atlanta, GA. On this episode, Jessica shares her yoga story, what inspired her to create the festival, and what it takes to create and grow a successful yoga event or festival.
We talked about everything from finding a venue, getting teachers, promoting a big event, selling tickets, self-care when you're coordinating a big event, as well as what Jessica's learned through running the Dirty Yoga Fest! Enjoy!
Don't forget to check out the Dirty Yoga Fest this July!!
This week on the podcast I am joined by Kathryn Bruni-Young who is the founder of Mindful Strength, the host of the Mindful Strength Podcast, an international teacher and a creative thinker in the field of yoga and movement. Kathryn grew up practicing yoga, and started teaching when she was in her late teens. After years of practicing more traditional Ashtanga, Kathryn realized that she was having chronic pain in her body, and started to learn more about movement.
On this episode, Kathryn dives into her passion for movement and how her teaching style has changed significantly since learning more about movement and how it can be integrated with yoga. We also discuss taking your yoga business online and what it takes to a successful entrepreneur, how to build a successful online course and tips for teaching workshops around the world.
This week on the podcast, I am joined by Nathalie Croix who is the founder of the Shanti Yoga Shala, Shanti Yoga Teacher Training and the host of the Life on Earth podcast. On this episode of the podcast, Nathalie shares her journey as a yogi and yoga teacher, and how much of her learnings came from working as a studio manager for a number of years, before she decided to dive into owning her own studio.
Nathalie shares what it takes to run a successful yoga studio and yoga teacher training program, and how to fill workshops, trainings, and retreats while still maintaining your values, mission, and authenticity. Nathalie also shares some of the biggest business lessons that she's learned through her yoga career, and the important of always learning, always taking care of yourself, and always coming from a place of love.