As yoga studios reopen their doors, in-person classes start up again and many countries move on from lockdowns, yoga teachers are re-thinking how to teach and serve their students best. There’s no doubt that the way we deliver yoga has changed. So how can you restructure your yoga business in a post-pandemic world?
In this episode, I’m talking to Nat Kendall about how he moved his business online in the pandemic, teaching online and offline, and where this journey is going. We’re discussing what might come next and how to combine online and in-person teaching.
Nat is a successful yoga teacher based in San Francisco, world music recording artist, a surfer, and a devoted student of yoga. He shares some valuable insights and experiences that are sure to enlighten your own way of teaching and approaching how you run your business.
Here’s what we discuss:
- The empowerment that Nat felt when he no longer had to rely on a studio and embraced entrepreneurship
- How having robust online content libraries allows students to really tune in to how they’re feeling and what kind of class to choose
- The strategies Nat uses to share information about his online classes
- How important it is to teach from your heart and not try to cater to everyone