The Backside Of The Mat
The Business of Yoga with Rebecca Marshall
Saturday, January 20, 2018
48 hour cancellation policy
Register at www.havenyogaandwellness.com
Rebecca holds a MBA with dual undergrads- BS in both Marketing and Organizational Communication (focused on Interpersonal Relationships within a business based environment).
Yoga Alliance CEC (4hrs)
Money. That’s the elephant on the mat. Most yoga teachers wish they never had to think about it, and yet sometimes an entire class is spent worrying about it. We teach to fulfill a calling deep within us and then we go home and scroll through our bank balance wondering if we need to get a “real” job. I’m here to tell you, YOU HAVE A REAL JOB! You just haven’t tapped into your full potential in the business side of what you do.
As an Independent Contractor (What is that, you ask? Don’t worry, we’ll cover that) in the yoga world, it can feel overwhelming to navigate transitioning from an employee to Independent Contractor. This workshop is designed for you- how to take your love of yoga into a successful, sustainable life of passion teaching what you love. It’s time to take transaction to trust and struggle to success.
This workshop is open to new and experienced yoga teachers, studio owners and studio managers. Considering taking a yoga teacher training? This will be the first step to your success and help you make clear, educated decisions along your path.
Rebecca Marshall, MBA, 200hr E-RYT, 500hr RYT(cand) brings her experience to the mat in this 4 hour workshop. You will leave with a clear guided way to your success in a long term, sustainable career of freedom of directing your future.
The Backside of the Mat; The Business of Yoga
www.rebeccamarshallyoga.com © Rebecca Marshall
The Foundation: Accept Full Responsibility For Your Success
Yoga Mat: Perceive The World to Your Advantage
Strap: Always Strive for Growth
Block: Understand “Success” and “Failure”
Vinyasa: Embrace Change and Take Risks
Niyamas: Work Well with Others and Strive Toward Leadership
Savasana: See the Big Picture
Ethics of Teaching On and Off the Mat