‘How to be a Yoga Rockstar’ rocks.
The glossy, magazine-style pages are crammed full of inspirational case studies, sound advice and little nuggets of wisdom. I devoured every page – and every page has made me feel inspired and excited about carving out a career as a yoga teacher.
Indeed, from all the yoga books I’ve read, this one stands out – it’s a must-read for any aspiring or current yoga teacher who wants to run a successful and sustainable yoga business… and perhaps become a yoga rockstar in the process.
I remember finishing my yoga teacher training and feeling overwhelmed by all the things I would have to do just to start teaching! I had a crazy to-do list – from setting up a website, blog and Facebook page, posting on Instagram, designing flyers, creating a YouTube channel, identifying my niche, finding my voice, making playlists, planning classes and actually getting out there and teaching!
I felt like I had this huge mountain to climb just to step foot into my first class. I’m pleased to say that I managed (with a lot of trial and error!) but my journey would have been so much easier with ‘How to be a Yoga Rockstar’ as my guide. Having said that, I have still benefitted greatly from reading it now. Written by Martin D. Clark, the editor of Om Yoga magazine, it has given me incredibly useful insight into the yoga industry.
The book breaks everything you need to know down section-by-section and makes the mountain feel more like a gentle hill. It makes the journey feel manageable and most importantly, like an exciting adventure.
From marketing, to creating an on-line presence, to finding your voice and dreaming big, ‘How to be a Yoga Rockstar’ is the ultimate guide for yoga teachers today. It should be included on the essential reading list on every yoga teacher training course.
I haven’t been asked to write this review, but strongly feel that yoga teachers need to support each other. The more successful you are, the more successful we all are as a whole… and ‘How to be a Yoga Rockstar’ will help us all get there a little bit faster.