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September 2014

Build your Yoga Business with Online marketing expert James Schramko

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James Schramko from SuperFastBusiness.com talks to us about growing your business online and becoming an authority and leader in your yoga niche.

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Podcast with Online Marketing Expert James Schramko

 

In the podcast:
01:10 – Reason created course Earn the Race Course
01:20 – How to get long-term asset on the Internet
03:20 – Create a database; asset called the house list to email subscribers
03:49 – Building up audience and ability to communicate with people
04:33 – Recommend the “news” approach to keep an audience engaged and returning
04:54 – Continually update website
05:21 – Need to be IT savvy?
06:51 – What an actual “Dream Team” is
08:25 – Outsourcing
09:46 – Importance to set yourself up as an authority and bring down into a niche area and get known
12:15 – Evolving and using resources to market
13:05 – Build your own; register your name and business
13:42 – How to make information appealing to people
15:06 – Beginning steps for building their own platform and setting up news broadcasts in niche
16:45 – Have ability to let people select what information they want rather than blasting email to all
19:05 – Community building
19:54 – What building a platform is about
22:30 – Where do people go to get the checklist
22:40 – Link to free training
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Learning to “Master the Mind” and live from your heart with…. with Swami Parmanand Maharaj

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In 2009 Swami Parmanand following the instructions of his Sadguru- He set upon the mission of propagating the message of Divine Meditation and Self-Intimation to the entire world.

 

Podcast with Swami Parmanand Maharaj

 

In the podcast:
2:18 – Parmanand tells us a little bit about himself, his journey and how he chose to become a Swami
3:31 – What is meditation and the end result being Atma, and what is Atma?
5:34 – Is it important to do some Asana?
6:46 – Is regulation of food, and what sort of food important, as far as this practice is concerned of loving Atma
8:12 – Is it true that most people don’t realize Atma or connect to it because their mind is so busy?
9:45 – Is it true that you can connect to eternal happiness?
10:51 – Why is it that people keep moving outwards? Why is it that they keep focusing their attention externally, when this is available to us?
12:03 – Who is Babaji?
14:12 – Spirituality: Why do you think India has that hub? Why is it so strong in India
15:55 – Babaji’s vision around education and educating children: Can you tell us a little bit about that program?
23:17 – Why do you think people have so much objection to yoga?
27:38 – Babaji at the Ashram
29:21 – What’s the best way that people can meditate and start to practice in connecting Atma more in their life?
30:00 – Connect to Atma
31:50 – Spiritual master
33:22 – Focus
35:22 – Form
40:02 – Summary
41:30 – Swami Parmanand is coming to Sydney
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Mastery of the mind

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In a busy world we often get caught up in the chatter that stops us from being focused and connecting to a deeper guiding layer of ourselves. It’s this deeper layer that helps us to attune to our inner peace and contentment. Through YogaCoaching we are able to remove interruptions , re-connect and live to our full potential.

So what is YogaCoaching and how does it allow us to connect to our potential?

When talking about yoga and the definition of yoga the texts talk about yoga – chitta vritti nirodha. Chitta ‘the mindfield’, vritti ‘the movements of the mind’, nirodha ‘mastery’. Yoga is “the mastery of the movements of the mind”.

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The Maturing Industry of Yoga by Brook McCarthy

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Outrage sparked by the recent New York Times Magazine, How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body article was as impassioned as it was predictable. Yet other, quieter voices responded ‘of course’. Any physical activity, from jogging to sneezing, can cause harm, and underqualified and inexperienced teaches have the capacity yo harm in any situation, not just a yoga class. The silver lining of the article fall-out is the introspection it inspires as yoga teachers worldwide examine whether they could be doing things better.

Click the link to read the full article. – The Art of Healing, Sept-Nov 2012

The art of healing
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Wellness warrior

Wellness Warrior

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Australian Yoga Journal, January 2011

Mark Breadner, 45, attended his first yoga class when he was seven—at home with his mother as the teacher. It was not until he was 27 and studying with T.K.V. Desikachar that he understood yoga as a way of life. Over the past 20 years, he has used his holistic and therapeutic approach to yoga as a teacher and trainer with leading yoga schools in Sydney as well as working with elite athletes including swimmer Ian Thorpe and surfer Mick Fanning. Last year he established YogaCoach, a holistic teacher training school that helps yogis and their students reach full potential in all aspects of life.

Download Australian Yoga Journal article.
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