1. Katie
    March 7, 2018 @ 7:09 am

    The gentler yoga is a great idea. I haven’t done that, but I did start a beginner’s belly dance class, which has been amazing. Technically it’s not super demanding, there’s downtime during instruction, and isn’t hard on the knees (super important to me.) I don’t know how other dance classes would be, but what makes it doable really is that we get to pause during the class. I could pause on my own, but that’d feel awkward. This doesn’t. (And OMG, it’s all core muscles… Ouch!)


    • Alica McKenna Johnson
      March 12, 2018 @ 9:39 pm

      I love belly dance and I haven’t done it in years. Thanks for reminding me about it.


  2. L. E. Carmichael
    March 7, 2018 @ 3:19 pm

    I am famous for trying to change too much too fast and that is a sure path to disaster (and self-loathing). I recommend making one change at a time and sticking with it for three weeks before trying to add something else. I read once that you have to do something every day for 21 days straight to create a new habit, so there you go – it’s science!


    • Alica McKenna Johnson
      March 12, 2018 @ 9:33 pm

      I am glad I’m not the only one! Yes making slow changes is always best- I will work on it!


  3. AliceBalice
    March 9, 2018 @ 9:56 pm

    thank you Racheal since I”ve moved to a new area, I”ve been slowly growing the places I teach yoga at I love teaching group classes and have been doing some p/t yoga related work too, which has all been great. now I want to focus on the reiki side of my business. I”ve had a hard time finding regular reiki clients even though the feedback I get I always positive, and I offer discounted 5 and 10 session packages, and offer a blend of restorative yoga and reiki sessions as one way to differentiate my reiki work from the many other reiki and energy workers in my area. I know one thing i”m struggling with is identifying my ideal reiki client and she/he matches up with the income I need to generate from reiki. the other struggle has been offering reiki in already saturated market. i”d also love to be at home more, and would love to offer sessions by Skype to some of students from my old town, but i”m not sure how best to offer reiki and restorative yoga successfully via Skype. ive been struggling with how to maintain my old yoga community, now 3 hours away, beyond blog posts and the 1 to 2 times a year yoga workshops I offer to them. any thoughts on any or all of the above would be most welcomed. thank you so much Racheal for continuing to generate and offer thoughtful and practical tools to help define and grow our businesses! order a custom essay


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