A conversation with Mark Bonington – Part 1

Meet mark,

Yoga teacher and all round fabulous individual!

I had the pleasure of chatting with mark Bonington about the highs and lows of setting up shop as a full-time yoga teacher. In fact Mark has written a book about just that and it’s called – 

How to start teaching yoga: 10 steps to success!

During this chat, Mark gives us lots of helpful and informed advice for all you new yoga teachers out there that are feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next!

Organically, the conversation flowed into his social media pet peeves as well as why he loves using it to share the gift of yoga! I think we can all agree that social media is both brilliant and at times extremely stressful.

Gosh, this was a jam-packed conversation that I’ve had to make it a two parter! OH, I didn’t even mention that we talked about his thoughts on yoga and the LGBT community and his top tip for teaching live online classes!!! I guess you had better take a listen 🙂

I hope you enjoy my chat with Mark!

https://www.markboningtonyoga.com/

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R x

Author: Rachel

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