There's more to teaching yoga than just the poses. Discover all the possibilities your yoga training gives you.
Position yourself as the teacher who knows who they are and the classes they excel at teaching. Stick to your natural strengths.
Trial and error or expensive trainings could help you find your passion or niche. Or, you could work with someone with fifteen years of experience helping other teachers.
Week 1: Dream Big
Visualize all the details of your vision.
Week 2: What Matters Most
Find your anchoring mantra.
Week 3: Your Big Why
Create your personal mission.
Week 4: Find Your People
Decide who's your ideal client.
Week 5: Goal Setting
Set goals in a way that empowers you.
Week 6: The Next Right Step
Make your goals small enough to take immediate action.
Week 7: Your Biggest Fans
Attract the type of opportunities that align with your vision.
Week 8: Integration
Let go of expectations and use the plan you’ve created.
As a new yoga instructor, The Next Right Step helped me visualize my goals and pace myself to make meaningful progress. This course allowed me to dig deep and reflect on my values and intentions for my yoga career and broader life.
Frequently Asked Questions
I finished my 200-hour Teacher Training, isn’t that all I need to be successful?
It depends how you define success. And people take the training for many reasons. 200-hour yoga training offers a solid foundation, but only scratches the surface when it comes to teaching different types of students. It doesn't give you the steps to take your training into the real world. Like developing your own programs, workshops, or bigger business ideas, like running a studio. I’ve taught for over a decade, led many trainings, and trained over 100 teachers and guided many of them to build businesses of their dreams. I’ve learned a thing or two and would love to see you avoid my mistakes.
I don’t really know what my specialty or niche is. Can I still get value from the program?
When you take the program you’ll figure out what makes you unique and who you’re meant to serve. Trust the process and you’ll realize how many opportunities are waiting for you.
I love yoga but I’m not sure I want to run a yoga business.
Whether you decide to run your own business or not, the best teachers have dialed into who they are and who they’re meant to serve, and allowed that to be a foundation for their teaching. This provides a more sustainable approach to teaching, whether you decide to work for someone else or create your own opportunities.