In the early days of yoga, I never imagined I would become one.
I thought it would be a hobby, a bit of fun.
In fact, the first time I tried to teach, I got so nervous that I vomited all over myself.
It was a strange, scary experience that changed my life.
I remember thinking that I had to find out how to be a teacher before I could do it, and it wasn’t until I met an incredible teacher who taught me to love yoga and how to work on my physical and mental health that I truly realized what I was really missing.
I was a struggling, low-paid yoga teacher when I began teaching.
But in the next few years, I realised that I could make a living teaching.
My teacher training was a huge help, teaching me about nutrition, psychology, psychology and more.
And when I was given the opportunity to teach my own classes, I felt I could finally create my own brand.
Today, I am a certified yoga teacher with over 150,000 clients across the globe.
I am not only passionate about teaching and inspiring students, I also enjoy working with and building relationships with people.
As I grow in my career, I look forward to connecting with people in my field of work, both as a teacher and a client.
There are a few things that I would recommend people do to help them become a better teacher:Get a personal trainer, or a professional coach to help you develop your personal style and focus.
Read through your yoga class plan.
Get a teacher assessment form to help determine your potential career path.
Get the best yoga teacher training you can afford.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
If you’re unsure about how to become a teacher, ask for your coach’s advice.
And don’t forget to take your work home with you to help yourself become a healthier, happier teacher.
The key to becoming a teacher is to listen and listen carefully.
I have been doing yoga for years and never thought I’d be doing it so long.
My passion is to be able to inspire students with my yoga and my knowledge of the art.
I am incredibly grateful for the time I’ve spent training to become my own teacher, and I love what I’m doing.