At the beginning of June we ran a survey to learn more about my kula (community).
We wanted to know:
What style of yoga did they enjoy practicing?
How many practiced online versus in the studio?
What were they looking to learn more about?
I thought it’d be fun to share some of the highlights:
We received over 200 responses!
Not surprisingly, my community loves Vinyasa/Flow yoga and meditation and 89% tend to stick to the teachers that they love most.
When asked what they appreciated most about my teaching, it was:
-Authenticity/Creativity in sequencing (21% of responses)
-Mantras/Chanting/Pranayama/Philosophy (20% of responses)
Which are the two things that light me up the most about teaching!
Happy to see we’re on the same page 🙂
Based on this feedback there will be lots of focus on sequencing, mantra and meditation.
I also learned that 60% of my kula practice yoga online. This insight helped to motivate me to create my platform to practice yoga online.
51% of the respondents have attended teacher training
40% of those who have not attended a teacher training are interested in attending one in the near future.
Many of you shared you preferred part time teacher training versus immersions.
Based on that feedback our 2020 training format has changed.
200 hour yoga teacher training has been broken up into weekend modules over four months.
300 hour teacher training has been broken down into three 10 day modules
Both are being offered in Vancouver, BC.
Many of the participants appreciated how we value intimate trainings, capping the 200 hour training to 18 and the 300 Hour YTT to 12 people.
Another core value of mine is giving student teachers lots of individual attention so again, so happy we’re on the same page!
One piece of great feedback from those who have taken yoga teacher trainings, is that they’d like to have more support after the training. Based on that, I will be launching an online forum in the near future to connect all my student teachers together to share ideas, receive feedback from not only myself but their peers.
Thank you Michelle for creating and aggregating all the surveys!
I also want to thank all 200 of you who took the time to fill out the survey!!
And I can’t wait to share what we have brewing for you. Stay tuned 🙂
I am so grateful to my community for being so open to trying the many, let’s say “alternative” ways I like to express, teach and explore yoga.
You inspire me to continue to learn, play and think outside of the “mainstream” yoga box. I would not be the teacher I am without you.