Are you a Yoga teacher who is still uncomfortable with the “teaching” element?
Thinking about becoming a Yoga teacher, but you’re not a fan of being in front of a crowd or being the center of attention?
All you need is a dose of inspirational truth :)
Starting next week, Yoga teacher + mentor Jessica Daniels’ Project Speak features short interviews with well-established (+ well-known) Yoga teachers on what it was like for them when they started teaching.
Teachers include Elena Brower, Judith Hanson Lasater, Christina Sell, Kelly Morris … just to name a few!
Here’s a bit more info from Jessica’s website:
Have you ever been in down dog, wondering what it would feel like to be the teacher guiding the room?
And when you think about it deeper, you feel scared. So scared that you drop down to child’s pose to regain your strength and calm you mind. You know teaching is your dream. Your only dream, in fact. But you don’t know how to break through your own barriers. You wonder how other teachers did, and if they even felt the way you feel when they were just getting started.
Now you can know that you are not alone.
Click here to sign up for Project Speak’s weekly inspirational emails (I signed up today!) … + did I mention they are 100% F*R*E*E! :)
(P.S. Jessica, nor anyone else, compensated me for this post - I just think the project is super-nifty!)