Tools and resources to support your journey.
Whether you’re an aspiring or professional yoga teacher, you’re probably searching for tools and resources to help.
I’ve got you covered there, too.
You’ll find resources about yoga and teaching as well as my favorite tools I use (almost) everyday to run my business. Many options are free if you’re just starting out, or on a tight budget.
How to Sequence a Yoga Class
Stop slogging through books, videos, and crappy apps. Planning a yoga class just got a whole lot easier with this sequencing masterclass.
In this on demand workshop, you’ll learn my six stage strategy for crafting well-balanced sequences. Use this proven 18 year old formula to plan almost any style of yoga class in minutes.
Free tips, tricks, and tutorials
Did you know we have a YouTube channel? You’ll find free yoga classes, guided meditations, how to videos, and more. And we’re working hard to get all the blogs updated with vids, too.
Prefer reading over watching? You’ll love all the free nuggets inside each and every blog.
Favorite Business Tools
I have used, or am currently using, all the resources listed. I’ve shared only the brands and products I have personal experience with. Many recommendations offer free versions or free trials so you can try before your buy.
Disclosure: Some of the items below contain affiliate links which means we earn a small commission for anything you purchase (at no extra cost to you, of course).
BeYogi provides liability insurance for yoga teachers. Buy a $25 policy as a YTT student the day before you graduate and its good for 364 days even if you’re teaching full time. Same coverage and benefits. Or you can save $20 on a full-time professional policy.
Canva is a graphic design platform with both a free and paid version. I finally upgraded this year to a paid plan and I have access to so many more features that I’m using Canva almost exclusively now for my design needs.
PicMonkey is an online photo editing and design service. It’s easy to use and provides plenty of templates for the non-designer. They have both paid and free versions, however you won’t be able to download or share your designs on the free plan.
Styled Stock Society is one of my favorite photo stock sites and many photos on my site come from SSS. They add new pictures twice a month and have hundreds of Canva templates for all your graphic needs.
IvoryMix was my first experience with paid stock photography, and I have no regrets. They have fun images and new ones are uploaded twice a month. As part of the membership you also have access to hundreds of Canva templates and Kayla’s workshops are value-packed.
Tailwind is an official scheduling app for Pinterest and Instagram. Most of the traffic to my website comes from Pinterest, so scheduling is a must for me. Their app is available in both desktop and phone versions. Receive a month free with my affiliate link.
Flodesk is an email service provider with eye-catching templates and user-friendly interface. Best part, their monthly fee stays the same no matter how many email subscribers you have. Receive a one-month free trial, then join at 50% off (reg. $38) when you use my affiliate link.
If you’re creating a WordPress website, you’ll need a hosting service. I’ve used Siteground for six years, and never had a single problem, unlike my previous hosting service. They have three plans and you can sign up for any of them with a discount using my affiliate link.
Additional Business Tools
Payment processors: Paypal, Venmo, Square, Stripe
ESPs: Mailchimp & Mailerlite (free up to 1,000 subscribers)