FREE WEBINAR: The 4 pillars of Leadership and Empowerment for Yoga Teachers

What you have to share is valid and needed!

 

In this free webinar I’m going to give you guidance into seeing your perspective and power in a new light that will let you grow.  

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What you have to share is valid and needed!

In my work with yoga teachers around the world, the question or frustration that I get presented with more than any other is “I don’t know if I belong in the Yoga world anymore.”  or “I’m not sure if what I’m really doing can be called yoga.”  This goes hand in hand with the perpetuating imposter syndrome that seems to affect so many teachers whether you’ve been at this a long time or fairly new to the work.   

The key to moving from uncertainty to thriving is understanding that your skills bleed over into so many aspects of life and livelihood. I’m here to draw them out, teach you to refine them and understand that you are more powerful and impactful than you know.  

 

What to Expect

In this free webinar I’m going to give you guidance into seeing your perspective and power in a new light that will let you grow. 

We’ll look at 4 main pillars of creating confidence and change in our vocation as yoga teachers: 

  1. The importance and power of a true Mission Statement

  2. Why Leadership skills are vital and how we can embrace this role without shame. 

  3. The practice of embodiment expands way beyond the mat - how to live the practice

  4. Empowerment - showing up for your students to empower them as opposed to ‘teaching’. 

 

Uncertainty with your vocation

Even before the times of covid this has been an ongoing dialogue as all marketing has turned digital and seems to be dominated by images on social media that no longer can quantify or represent what we truly offer in the classroom. (Be it in person or virtual).  This can seem like it’s own mini pandemic within a global crisis.

I’m here to shed light on all of this for you. My tag line is always Embodiment and Empowerment. These words go hand in hand because when we are given permission to be in an experience within our bodies we are empowered to own our practice, then we can take this off the mat and apply it to not only our daily lives and relationships, but also the way we present ourselves as teachers. 

 

with gratitude, Julie Martin

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