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Many places around the world do not require you to have completes a Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) in order to teach.
However, we recommend taking a YYT before you consider teaching. Have a YYT under your belt will help you in many ways.
People who have taken a YTT will be more skilled in keeping their students safe from injury, a must for any professional studio.
Further, in a YTT you will learn how to properly adjust, share philosophies, and speak from your true voice. All of these will make you a more attractive prospect in the eyes of hiring studios.
Once you’ve completed your YTT, then what? There are two main routes that Yoga teachers take: 1. Become a Digital Entrepreneur 2. Own a studio.
We recommend to start teaching in person classes, either Karma (free) or paid. It’s important to find a studio you resonate with if you’re going to be offering your passion.
Teaching in person will get your name out in the community, as well as get you valuable experience teaching. As you progress along your Yogic Path you may consider offering a YTT of your own; there are courses to help you with that.
Most financially successful Yogis have diversified their income streams. They teach in person, offer online courses, and have blogs or youtube channels to build and audience.
These techniques broaden your reach as a Yoga Teacher and offer you different ways to earn an income beyond the walls of a studio.
In The End
The more diverse your income streams, the higher your earning potential. Who wouldn’t want such a life!