The last year has been extraordinary for yoga studios & teachers and has been really hard for a lot of you I know - but there have also been opportunities. I’m excited to share with you the story of my guest in this episode. I’m talking to Kayse Gehret, the founder of Soulstice Mind & Body Spa, a healing art studio based in Northern California.
Founded in 2012, Kayse opened 4 studios over the next 8 years, until the pandemic shut down operation for nearly a full year. Today, in addition to bodywork, meditation, yoga, and more, they now offer virtual group classes and online courses to a worldwide audience. Kayse’s story is so inspirational and I can’t wait for you to meet her.
Here’s what we discuss:
Kayse’s transition to teaching yoga online & how she dealt with tech overwhelm3 tips for teaching a great yoga zoom classHow Kayse markets herself, and the importance of utilizing your email list Mindset issues that Kayse sees the most often and has had to overcome herself Follow Kayse:
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