The Yoga of Business: The Business of Yoga.

Courses in South Yorkshire and Somerset

 

“Yoga is the practice of quieting the mind.” Patanjali

Every so often, I am asked to coach someone who aspires to set up a coaching, mentoring , therapy or counselling practice of some kind. Many of those who are inclined towards providing this type of personal service are attracted to the idea of sustainable and ethical business often simply because they want to treat their clients with kindness and respect in every aspect of their relationships with them. They would like to behave authentically in their business dealings and in alignment with the values and ethical principles that they themselves adhere to in providing their service.

It’s not often that I lead face to face courses specifically geared towards those providing a particular type of holistic service, so this year I’m delighted  to be teaching the business module of Harmony Yoga’s teacher training course, both in South Yorkshire and Somerset. These Yoga Business modules are open to those not attending the rest of the Yoga teacher training course. So, if you are a Yoga Teacher, Student Yoga Teacher or Yoga Therapist and you would like to know a lot more about how to run your Yoga business successfully and in alignment with Yogic principles, you might like to join one of these 2-day workshops:

Kilham Hall, Branton, Doncaster. South Yorkshire. DN3 3PF. 16th and 17th April 2011.

Wells Museum. Cathedral Green, Wells. Somerset BA5 2UE. 15th and 16th May 2011.

Each of these non-residential modules is modestly priced at £80 per person.

The workshops will comprise a series of presentations by me with Yoga practice sequences, meditations and reflections led by Harmony Yoga’s Director Steve Brandon.

Do contact me if you would like further details. You can book and pay online on the Harmony Yoga website here.

2 Responses to The Yoga of Business: The Business of Yoga.

  1. stacy March 10, 2011 at 11:54 pm #

    Very Interested in your philosophies of a yoga business model unfortunately I am in Canada. Any chance you will be creating an e-course? Or online available business model to purchase?

    Thank you,

    Stacy Sheasby

    Namaste

  2. Sally March 11, 2011 at 12:40 pm #

    I am considering doing that, yes. Will post something on here when it’s ready to go ‘live’. Thanks for your interest, Stacy.

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