About This Workshop
You don't need a degree in journalism or English to know how to write effectively about yourself as a yoga teacher or about your studio. You do, however, need to know that every time you write, you play the role of storyteller whose goal it is to hook the audience in and keep them engaged. During her 2013 Business of Yoga Conference talk, "Tell the World Who You Are: Effective Writing for Yoga Teachers," Bliss Network co-owner Felicia Tomasko, E-RYT 500, recommended embracing silence to aid in the brainstorming process – that includes silencing your inner critic as a way to free your mind as a writer. She also advised using strong action verbs instead of fluffy filler in your messaging.