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December 3, 2005 - 11:25 pm
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but, I need to ask this. What are the basics of earning money in yoga teaching? How do you start from scratch? I'm not talking about opening a studio. I mean a student who has just finished a teacher training--how does one start to make money?

I'm in a 250-hour Level 1 (Hatha and Ashtanga) teacher training right now, have taken 10-hours of prenatal training and am going to be done by the end of April.

I have no idea where to start. I taught some friends at my place for free to practice teaching, which was great...But how do you really get into the money-making aspect of it?

Is it realistic to expect to make a full-time income from yoga right after you graduate?

Or do you just teach part time until you have clientele? How long does it take to get established?

Help please! Detailed long responses welcome.

Namaste <img src=" title="Wink" />

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