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  • Writer's pictureJenny Langer

How to know you are ready to start a yoga business?

Updated: May 10, 2021

Maybe you've been teaching yoga in a studio for a while and you are not quite sure if it is time for you to venture out on your own.

Or maybe you saw so many yoga teachers build their businesses during the pandemic and you wonder, how did they know it was their time?

Or maybe you are a freshly trained yoga teacher feeling lost on how to make this a career.

The big question you may be really thinking is: How will I know when I am ready to start yoga business of my own??

The answer? There is no time you will know you are ready. You just have to start.

I waited too long to start. I waited until the pandemic hit to be forced to start.

What I learned from starting? No one is ever ready.

It is not "if you build it, they will come". It is "they will come AS you build it".

The reality is nothing is ever perfect when you first release it or start it. You have to start actually doing it to get better.

So get out there. Tell people you are teaching your own classes. Tell people you are accepting private clients. Tell people you are running a workshop on a topic you love & know a lot about.

If you still aren't convinced, here are some simple questions you can answer for yourself to really see:

  1. Do you know what transformation or goal you help your students & clients meet?

  2. Are you prepared to handle the rewards AND the risks of running your own business?

  3. Are you in it for the long-haul?

If you answered 'yes' to all of these, go start.

If you want some help starting, check out my course where I share everything I learned along the way starting my small yoga business so you don't have to spend the hours and months I did researching and taking other courses.

I put it all in one place for you so it is even easier to take that first step.

Ps. If you answered 'no' to any of the questions above, think about them a little longer, but not for too long. Get your answers and then take action.

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