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April 27, 2015
As you said, there is still much demand for yoga teachers, but the demands are much greater outside the studios. A friend of mine started networking with a doctors office within a professional building. Before you know it half of the family physicians and specialist offices in that professional building were using her services for staff, patients or both.
This is just one building and she dsn't pay rent!!!! She has no overhead other than her home office and PC. Imagine no lease, no utilities, no worries and she is compensated very well. By the end of the year these crafty independent contractors do better than studio owners.
The big difference in finding yoga teaching positions is ambition and desire. Most of us are too laid back. If you search and you have marketing knowledge that Paul provides you will do just fine when it comes to making a respectable yoga teacher's salary.
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