I didn’t mean to. From Nov. 2009, I really intended to be just a semi-retired yoga teacher in my rural bailiwick. But that wasn’t meant to be.
I had so much momentum from 30 years of teaching in a major city that it wasn’t likely I’d disappear off the map. In fact, I had a great 2011 with invitations from various associations, schools and individuals to teach yoga. Writing for and being interviewed by the Australian Yoga magazines, plus almost daily posting on this blog , kept me busy, too. Oh, and there were twice weekly classes in the Yoga Shed, and a country retreat….
And while all that was going on in the foreground, Gretta Kool and I were cooking up something unique and valuable – the YogaAnywhere practice cards. I wrote, she designed, and emails with attachments flew back and forth between Sydney and Mitchells Island. There were edits, more edits, and finally fine-tooth combing.
I used the entrepreneur word in the above title as something I’m stepping into, with a lot of help from people who understand business, technology and promotion. Really what I’m up to is what I’ve been dedicated to for many years, as are many yoga teachers: finding ways to make yoga home practice accessible and fulfilling.
I appreciate any offers of spreading the YogaAnywhere word to your friends and students through your newsletters and data bases. People have been very kind. If you haven’t had a look yet, here’s our links: