Remember back in your early school days, when having a 64-count box of crayons to choose from was the ultimate in creative freedom? Today choosing even just two or three colors to use for your website can seem like a daunting task…
Do you have a website? Congrats, that’s an amazing accomplishment already! (If you don’t have a website yet, check out this post on how to get started). But maybe you’re wondering sometimes - could your website perform better?
Have you ever asked a girl you met in a yoga class or a fellow teacher, “Hey, where did you buy those cute yoga pants?” or “What’s your favorite place for lunch around here?” And then, based on what they say, you follow their recommendations. Not one hundred percent of the time, of course. But pretty often, right?
Whether you are a new yoga teacher or have been teaching for a while but never got around to creating your own website, this guide is for you. Having a yoga website can increase your number of students, allow you to build deeper relationships with them and help you secure new jobs and collaboration opportunities.
Dear wonderful yoga teacher with something amazing to offer: Chances are, you became a yoga teacher because you fell in love with the practice and wanted to share it with others. It’s fairly likely that you didn’t become a yoga teacher because you love to write.