• Instagram Marketing for Yoga Professionals

    Instagram is one of the web’s largest social networks. Easy, mobile-friendly networking has made this image-driven platform one of the most popular places for people to share life experiences online. And with the introduction of Instagram Stories, the social network has shown it will remain.

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  • Facebook Marketing for Yoga Studios and Professionals

    Facebook is the largest social media network online, with nearly 2 billion active users. Facebook reports that 5 new accounts are created every second, and the average user spends at least 20 minutes on Facebook during every visit, representing a growing and highly engaged audience.

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  • Email Marketing Tips for Yoga Studios and Instructors

    Email marketing campaigns are among the most effective tools for building a new network of like-minded individuals online. However, yoga studios and instructors must remember that an email inbox is private and highly personal compared to social media—earning an invitation is not something that should.

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  • 5 Yoga Class Theme ideas from everyday life

    In the words of Sri Pattabhi Jois, “Yoga is 99 percent practice and 1 percent theory”.  As a yoga teacher, you will know that a well-planned sequence is essential to your students’ safe practice of their asanas.  Of course, when you consider that the term.

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  • Social Media Marketing for Yoga Teachers

    Social media can be a distracting pit of despair, or it can be a rich source of inspiration and value—it all depends on how you define yourself, your goals, and your strategy. Follow the steps below to develop an original, engaging, and effective presence on.

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  • 6 Effective Content Marketing Strategies for Yoga Studios and Instructors

    Content marketing is a fun and entertaining way to engage with new prospective students, fellow teachers, and other professionals in the yoga industry. An effective content marketing strategy will build your audience on social media and increase website traffic, all while bringing you closer to.

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  • 10 must read Yoga books for Yoga Teachers

    Summer is here and with it the need for some good reads. Whether you’re planning a yoga teacher training (YTT), destination retreat or staycation from the studio, you’ll want to include a few yoga books in your travel kit along with the sunscreen. Throughout my.

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  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Yoga Teachers

    With a little creativity and forward thinking, you can generate free website traffic by taking advantage of the way search engines serve up content to curious web surfers. How search engines work In order to learn SEO, it’s vital to first understand how search engines.

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  • How to Build a Yoga Website in 6 Easy Steps

    With today’s online resources, it’s easier and more affordable than ever to launch an engaging website that will help you connect with more students and fellow teachers. Step 1: Pick a Developer The first step to launching a new website is deciding who (or what).

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  • 7 Tips To Stay Inspired In Your Personal Yoga Practice

    Whether you are just getting started or have been teaching for years your personal yoga practice is the most important thing in any yoga teacher’s life. While a personal practice is incredibly important, it is often the first thing that slips from every yoga teacher’s.

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