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April 27, 2015
Greetings and Salutations,
There is a need to be creative in teaching during this economy. This is a time for lower overhead entry into teaching yoga. When you think of how much money it costs to open a yoga studio in a good economy and now you have a dynamic that will make it so that we teach at home. This is why the pricey Yoga retreats are suffering.
It is an economic adjustment for everyone and all yoga instructors. It is a good thing some networks such as this were set up as a safe haven and learning center for yoga teachers worldwide. Anyone who reads, listens, or watches videos can see the benefits of education for yoga teachers. And it gives us a chance to share our best dreams and worst fears.
This "where to teach" yoga thread can help any teacher to know what to do at this time and in the future. Here is my suggestion: Talk to chiropractors. They may have an open office or small space for teaching one or a few students. Yes, you may have to give them a portion, but they have a steady base of patients. Also, learn about yoga for the spine. Go to the blog - //yoga-teacher-training.org/blog/ and learn more about the spine. Take less expensive courses like are presented here. This is how we can stay ahead while this economy boils over. We have no choice.
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