If you’re not a native English speaker you might feel nervous or reluctant to teach in English. Words get lost in translation or don’t fully reflect what you really want to say. Sometimes you don’t know the word at all and, especially when teaching yoga, it may make you worry people don’t understand you.
Well, help is on the way! In this episode, I’m talking to Annie from Enga Unite. Annie speaks and teaches in several languages and knows exactly what it feels like to not be fully comfortable with your personality in every language.
At Enga Unite, Annie helps multilingual yogis become knowledgeable and inclusive teachers so that they can share their passion, teach yoga in English with confidence, and get access to jobs and business opportunities worldwide. Because not having English as your first language is a strength, not a weakness!
Here’s what we discuss:
- How Annie came up with her business idea and niche
- The main things that drive people to learn English for their yoga business
- How teaching in a second language shows courage and is not something to be embarrassed about
- How important exposure and practice are when learning English
- The main marketing methods that Annie uses in her yoga business
If you want to elevate your brand and offers and build a six-figure business, you’re invited in The Mentorship.
The Mentorship is a 12-month mentorship program with unparalleled support for coaches and other service providers who are ready to elevate their brand, sell out their offers and scale their business to six figures.
What really sets it apart is that you get a ton of video trainings to help you implement things and take action, but you also get 1:1 coaching, group coaching, and personal feedback and critique for work you submit.
Go to www.susannerieker.com/mentorship and get all the details.