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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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Now displaying: November, 2022
Nov 28, 2022

This week on the podcast we are talking about yoga teacher resumes! We'll dive into why you need a resume and how a yoga resume is different from any other resume, as well as how to design an eye catching yoga resume, what to include on your resume, tips for setting yourself apart through your resume and much more.

Enjoy!

This episode is brought to you by OfferingTree. If you're interested in finding an all-in-one platform for online or in-person teaching, then you should check out OfferingTree. OfferingTree has been supporting M.B.Om for over a year now and I not only love the product but I also love the people. OfferingTree is providing special pricing for M.B.Om listeners, so be sure to visit offeringtree.com/mbom.

In this episode:

  • Why you still need a resume
  • How a yoga resume differs from any other resume
  • Designing an eye catching resume that stands out
  • Skills and other relevant things to include in your resume
  • Tips to set yourself apart from everyone else through your resume
Nov 21, 2022

This week on the podcast I am joined by Sarah Walton. Sarah is an intuitive business mentor and sales expert. She's the face of Sarah Uncut on YouTube and the voice behind the Game on Girlfriend Podcast. Her specialty is teaching heart-centered business owners how to make more money by selling with love and joy, and that's exactly what we're talking about on this episode! Sarah shares how to figure out how much money you want to make in your business and then how to reach the people you want to sell to, how to shift your view on selling to offering your services to those who need them, how to breakdown your story's around money so that you can bring more abundance in, as well as her top business lessons that she's learned in her career and more.

Enjoy!

This episode is brought to you by OfferingTree. If you're interested in finding an all-in-one platform for online or in-person teaching, then you should check out OfferingTree. OfferingTree has been supporting M.B.Om for over a year now and I not only love the product but I also love the people. OfferingTree is providing special pricing for M.B.Om listeners, so be sure to visit offeringtree.com/mbom.

In this episode:

  • Sarah’s backstory and how she ended up in her line of work
  • Transitioning from a corporate job to a business mentor
  • How we actually trust ourselves when trying to turn our ideas into something marketable
  • Having a heart-centered perspective when offering something as a yoga teacher
  • Knowing how to approach money, what to charge, what to accept, and more
  • Tips for yoga teachers with little to no experience selling
  • Knowing when to increase your prices
Nov 14, 2022

This week on the podcast I am joined by Gregory Ormson. Gregory is a yoga teacher, an author, and a passionate biker. His yoga writing is published in 23 national and international magazines, journals, and online sites with over 5 million dedicated readers. Some of his articles have logged nearly 400,000 views and shared over 7000 times. Known as #motorcyclingyogig, Gregory has taught yoga for bikers since 2017 at Superstition Harley Davidson, the only dealership in the country to hold yoga classes in its facility. Gregory first came on the podcast back in 2017 to share his business and unique niche with listeners, and is back today to share how things have been going, what he's learned through his career, as well as a little bit about his new book, Yoga Song.

Enjoy!

This episode is brought to you by OfferingTree. If you're interested in finding an all-in-one platform for online or in-person teaching, then you should check out OfferingTree. OfferingTree has been supporting M.B.Om for over a year now and I not only love the product but I also love the people. OfferingTree is providing special pricing for M.B.Om listeners, so be sure to visit offeringtree.com/mbom.

In this episode:

  • Offering yoga in a Harley Davidson store for over 5 years
  • How Gregory markets his classes to other people
  • Aiming for an inspirational teaching strategy in yoga
  • Learning to relax in the midst of stressful situations
  • Important business lessons Gregory has learned over the years
  • Having a genuine desire to get to know people and understand them
  • Learning more about Gregory’s book “Yoga Song”

Guest links:

Website: https://gregoryormson.com/

Nov 7, 2022

This week on the podcast I am joined by Annie Dunhof. Annie is the founder of Enga Unite, English teacher, yoga teacher and teacher trainer for yogis who want to build an international career in the world of yoga and wellness. At Enga, she helps non-native English speaking yoga teachers build confidence, find their voice, develop language, communication, teaching and business skills to build a solid foundation for a sustainable and long-lasting career. It’s her mission to help multilingual yogis fill the gaps in skills, knowledge, and experience by providing continuing education and help overcome the obstacles that hold them back from thriving in the career that they most desire. In this episode, Annie shares how she blended her passion for English teaching with her passion for yoga to create Enga Unite, how to build confidence and hone your voice as an English second language yoga teacher or as a yoga teacher teaching in any second language, the business lessons Annie's learned through her career, and more.

Enjoy!

This episode is brought to you by OfferingTree. If you're interested in finding an all-in-one platform for online or in-person teaching, then you should check out OfferingTree. OfferingTree has been supporting M.B.Om for over a year now and I not only love the product but I also love the people. OfferingTree is providing special pricing for M.B.Om listeners, so be sure to visit offeringtree.com/mbom.

In this episode:

  • How Annie got into yoga to begin with
  • Learning to teach in a second language and Annie’s language learning journey
  • Where Annie started teaching English prior to her starting a business
  • An overview of how Annie’s business functions and how she teaches English to others
  • Why teaching in a second language is important, even if you are a native English speaker
  • Annie’s recommendations for building your confidence as a language teacher
  • Top tips for yoga teachers when it comes to finding your voice, building confidence, and business skills
  • Useful business lessons that Annie has learned firsthand

Guest links:

Website: https://engaunite.com/

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