It’s a Wrap! The First Business of Yoga Conference
Strengthening our businesses to help spread the power of yoga, one person at a time
Now that the 2013 Business of Yoga Conference is behind us, we have been riding a wave of inspiration all week, thanks to the interactions and experiences we shared. Over the last year, Yoga Alliance® has been changing from the inside out, but the shift felt truly tangible at the conference. More than 350 yoga teachers, studio owners and business leaders converged in Washington D.C. to begin building the national YA community and learn new techniques and skills to help grow their businesses and inspire them with renewed purpose.
Of course, not everyone could make it to the conference this year, so we will be releasing videos of the conference presentations over the next several months.
One theme that was woven throughout the conference was the importance of having good data about the yoga industry to encourage innovation and ways to bring yoga to new or different audiences in a meaningful way.
What are conference attendees saying about the conference?
“The Business of Yoga conference was filled to the brim with highly useful and important information for any professional yoga teacher. As a yoga professional and business woman myself, I had a wonderful experience at the conference,” said Pamela Nixon in her review of the conference for Teachasana.
“What a pleasure it was to connect with other heart-centered entrepreneurs who are on a mission to change the world --one community at a time-- with yoga,” said Kellie Adkins, E-RYT 500, RCYT, RPYT, and conference presenter in her online newsletter.
Namaste to all of the sponsors who supported The Business of Yoga Conference!
Halfmoon Yoga Products
K&R Industries, Inc.
Organic India USA
The Schatz Method™
Spirituality & Health Magazine
Yoga Academy of North America