I'm going to be a senior, and a little shaky about career choices and college. But, I do feel a yoga instructor is very much a promising job for me. any help?
I am considering making a career shift from the corporate world to become a yoga instructor, and I would just like personal stories from people who have done the same. I know that it will take a lot of hard work and dedication, but I feel that I'm up for the challenge! Any advice would be helpful. Thanks!
My friend is struggling to make ends meet as a yoga instructor. How can she build her clientele or what other things could she do to make more income as a professional in this field?
I am considering becoming a qualified bikram yoga instructor, but I am wondering are there actually any employment opportunities, or is it all just a money making scheme. Thank you.
If you work for a high-class studio? I'm 15, and I'm considering becoming a yoga instructor when I finish high school, but my mom doesn't want me to because she says it doesn't pay very well. What should I do?
I am 17 and I'm going to be starting college in the fall. I want to become a yoga instructor and I don't know where/how to start. Also, should I consider majoring in something such as physical therapy? Thanks(:
I'm thinking seriously about taking classes to become a yoga instructor. I still have some research to do, but I was wondering, if I were to devote all my time to teaching yoga classes as my job what kind of salary it would bring in. Any other teachers out there that would mind sharing this piece of information with me?
I'm thinking about doing the level one certification through Yogafit, will that be enough for me to get a job as a yoga instructor? I have 1 year of experience without certification.
It's not that much money, but $2000 is a lot for a poor girl like myself. Are there any scholarships or funds available that can aid somebody like me to be able to get my 200 hour certification to become a yoga instructor? Or any ideas on how I can fundraise the money?
I am always feeling energized and healthy. I have been wanting to go to school for many things. Mostly revolved around things in the health/exercise field. Is it possible to hold jobs as a massage therapist, yoga instructor, and personal trainer? I'm thinking it is prolly impossible. But anyone else have opinions?
i am yoga instructor from india.i am teaching yoga for last 6 years i am planning to move USA or Europe. my qualifications in this profession are M A in (sanskrit and yoga philosophy) P G diploma in yoga.i dont know where to contact, or whom to contact, are these degrees sufficient for me to get job over there or i need to take up some other courses.
I want to be a fitness/ Yoga instructor and a nutrition expert. But I dont know what kind of degrees I should aim for or what college in Texas has the right programs for me. any advice?
I think people can become whatever they want to be. But, a very large stigma is placed among male yoga instructors. If I was a female I would be much happier because I could follow what I really want to do. What career can a male have as an alternative to yoga (similar kind of career)? It's a large predicament for me because it is my dream job - if I was female - which I'm not. Thanks!
I'm writing a cover letter for a job and I was going to refer to some people I worked with as "business owners" when they actually only work for themselves (a massage therapist and a yoga instructor for example). Business owner doesn't quite capture it and I want to be as clear as possible in my communication with the person I'm writing the cover letter for.
What would you call a massage therapist in general terms? An entrepreneur? A professional? A what?
Props and cons of being a Pilates/Yoga instructor?
I'm hoping to become one before I graduate so that I will have an opportunity for a part time job in college.
Props and cons of being a Pilates/Yoga instructor?
Both of my parents are deceased so I can't turn to them for support. I have ADD and am still working toward a medication dosage that works, so I function a little more slowly than others which means that I have to pour all my time into my studies and cannot simultaneously hold a job. The exception is that I earn about $500/month as a yoga instructor on the side. Yoga is calming and good for my mind so notonly does it earn me a little bit, but it is also very therapeutic. Any other job would stress me out at this point. So I need a little more $ to survive while I attend school. Disability is not an option because I am technically employed. Is welfare an option?
Sheesh you people are so mean. I guess I didn't mention that I have bipolar disorder as well and that I'm 37 years old, have served honorably in the military, and have also worked well-paying jobs that have sucked the health, life & joy out of me. Now older & wiser but still at square one, I know that crappy jobs that suck people's souls dry are inhumane. The world is what people create it to be. Daily, endless stress is what people experience when they are slaves to a system that dictates their lives. Adults who have opened their eyes, however, are free to create their own lives. I am now creating my world of yoga, health, and wellness. Does it not sicken anyone that there are so many fat, lazy, unhealthy people on welfare? Why then would an active, healthy, intelligent person who is working toward making the world a bwtter place not be eligible for assistannce in her noble pursuits while overweight, slovenly, devourers of Little Debbie Snacks, Twinkies, and soda ARE recei
...ARE receiving benefits. Does this seem rational to anyone? To address a couple of comments, I do have two children, and the amount I am paid is not contingent upon the number of students in the class. I work for a well-known health club that pays at an hourly rate.
I work at a local gym as a manager and the gym has been needing a yoga teacher for a while and I just got the bright idea that I could take/get the job. But first don't I have to take some classes at a college? Or do I just take a test to get a little certificate?
I only want to do it part time preferably. Do I need any degree/certificate? I've taken yoga in college, and it looks like such a chill job.