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What is Yogapreneurship?

by Silvia Mordini

Yogapreneurship means creating a yoga business you love that is sustainable, inspiring, and profitable through aligning your personal, spiritual, and business goals.

Yogapreneurship is for the socially conscious business yogi who is continuously evolving on three levels.

  1. Creation: Mindful business development and innovation that transforms your yoga. This is more than your life’s work, this is your life’s love.
  2. Sustainment: Enter the self-sustaining growth cycle that keeps the mind, body, and spirit in a state of expansion.
  3. Growth: Capture your infinite interest and stay inspired by regularly shifting your intelligent edge.

With 20 years of successful leadership in yogapreneurship after an intentional early retirement from the corporate world after 13 years, here is what I’ve learned. Have a strategy. Know what you want, and how to create, sustain, and grow it.

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Yoga Teachers: How to Write a Kickass Bio

by Silvia Mordini

Smart, authentic bios are essential for any yoga teacher. These are used on your personal postcards, flyers and website. The studios or gyms you teach at also may ask for your bio to include on their website. I understand for many of us that it’s not easy to write about oneself. And, do you write in first person or third person? What do you include, and how much is too much? Read the whole article.

Three Reasons Why Yoga Teacher Training Changes Your Life

by Silvia Mordini

Something magical and mystical happens when a group of high-intentioned individuals make the decision to gather together for 200 hours with the purpose of uplifting their lives & expanding their consciousness into radical authenticity. Read the whole article.

5 Ways Teachers Can Help Other Teachers

by Silvia Mordini

We’ve all been that new teacher, so excited and eager to teach and grow. For many of us that process has been made more difficult due to lack of conscious teacher mentors. Going through teacher training and having a teacher trainer is simply not enough. In my fifteen years of experience and over 10,000 hours of teaching I have compiled some suggestions on ways we can help each other and encourage a new generation of yoga teachers. Read the whole article.

Best Advice for Successful Teaching

by Silvia Mordini

I teach enthusiasm, happiness and, empowerment. I just happen to spend 60% of my time teaching yoga. And while a bulk of that time is through the 200-hour Registered Yoga Alliance Teacher Trainings the other part is from the twenty weekly public classes. Read the whole article.

Sequencing as the Vinyasa of Your Life

by Silvia Mordini

Yoga teachers talk a lot about sequencing. Sometimes they speak about it with awe and reverence. Many attend workshops to learn more. When yoga teachers get together, they will undoubtedly start whispering excitedly about a new sequence or someone’s class they went to that had a totally rad sequence they’d never done before. Yoga teachers are stoked about smart sequencing! And that is one of the definitions of vinyasa: to place the order of poses in a special way and with intelligence. Read the whole article.

Why Creating a Compassionate Yoga Community is Important

by Silvia Mordini

I’ve practiced yoga for over 15 years. I’ve taught more than 11,000 hours and since my very first teacher training, my goal has always been to teach what I practice and to practice what I teach. Through the years of practicing with different teachers, it has become clear to me that creating a compassionate yoga community requires that we take responsibility for ourselves. Read the whole article.