Standing Room Only | How to be THAT Yoga Teacher
Become THAT yoga Teacher — not one who emulates someone else — but is an authentic, confident version of YOU!
Do you worry about messing up a sequence while teaching yoga? About cueing in a way that confuses your students? About being exposed as an amateur? Do you have insecurities and negative self talk telling you that you are an imposter?
Would you rather feel confident about teaching extraordinary classes with ease and grace? Feel aligned with your purpose? Feel grounded enough to be able to smile and breathe and be joyful and present -- all while teaching? Do you dream of becoming like the teachers who inspire YOU?
It’s not unusual to have a crisis of confidence when you take the position at the front of the room. How can you fast track confidence?
Our powerful 216-page guide, Standing Room Only | How to Be THAT Yoga Teacher, gives you MORE knowledge and MORE confidence to quell the negative voices and allow the authentic and unique YOU to arise and emerge.
You’ll be able to immediately download the 5 Pillars of Powerful Teaching that include Communication, Character, Connection, Commitment, and Consideration. Each Pillar provides you what you need to become THE yoga teacher students flock to, the one who feels ready, comfortable and prepared to teach extraordinary yoga classes.
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Hi, I’m Sheri Fisher, Co-Founder of Root to Rise Yoga Teaching Method, and I teach yoga instructors like you the pillars you need to build successful yoga classes. If you've been building your yoga classes based on a “have-to” model, Standing Room Only: How to be THAT Yoga Teacher gives you the tools I used to help my class sizes grow as a highly-regarded instructor in Colorado, and later in Utah.
In this guide, I take the guesswork out of teaching so you can create classes with ease, efficiency and an understanding about what your students will connect with. The result? You get the gift of teaching QUALITY CLASSES spent on the things that brought you to teaching yoga in the first place.