Marketing for Yoga Teachers - Business Workshop

Thursday 21st March 2019

Marketing for Yoga Teachers – Business Workshop
January 26, 2019 Dawn

Thursday 21st March 2019, 10am – 4.30pm

£60 per person

Marketing can really feel like a thankless task as a yoga teacher life. The hours spent on social media for little return, not enough students in your classes, not getting the type of students that you want.

You may well be a highly skilled and passionate yoga teacher but we need to know how to put bums on seats, or in our case feet on mats!

Effective marketing means that you can start to stand out as a yoga teacher, work with the communities that really light you up, serve more people and yes, MAKE MORE MONEY!

This day long workshop is really hands-on and interactive, with a mixture of lecture, discussion, small group activities and personal exercises.

You will get to understand key do’s and don’t of marketing and the best methods FOR YOU, so you leave the day inspired and with a plan to put in place going forwards.

Limited space available – book yours HERE.

Event Investment:
£60 per person

Yardley Hastings, Northamptonshire, UK


Testimonials from other business days with Dawn:

“An amazing day!  Not only was it thought provoking and insightful, but seriously practical.  I have not only left with the motivation I needed to take the next steps forward to grow my business, but an actual plan and support to make it happen.  Thanks again Dawn” ~ Christine Blair (Milton Keynes)


“I am glad I decided to join Dawns Business Training Day for Yoga Teachers,  it has already made a difference to the way I work. The day covered a lot of information, Dawn delivered it in a concise chunks that were easily absorbed.  Planning and speculating can always be such a daunting task and one easily avoided, but with Dawns coaching it has given me the confidence to dream big and not be overwhelmed in the process” ~ Kim Pierpoint (Wiltshire)


“Amazing day for support, inspiration and gaining clarity in your yoga business.  Can’t wait for the next one” – Melissa Campbell (Luton)