Marketing Beyond Your Weekly Class Schedule
A free, online workshop with Tristan Katz
Most yoga teacher trainings barely cover the topic of marketing, and many of us learn how to engage in marketing the hard way—through trial and error. We likely know that step one is to set up a social media account and start posting, but what do we share beyond our weekly class schedule? In order to grow our class sizes and cultivate a larger community of students, we actually need to bring our teaching into our marketing.
Join Tristan Katz for a free offering to explore marketing beyond your weekly class schedule. In this virtual mini-workshop, Tristan will explore:
- How to bring the themes we’re already teaching in our classes into our marketing
- Creating content that truly resonates with and serves our audience—marketing that makes an impact
- Ways to overcome fear, self-doubt, negative self-talk, and imposter syndrome
- The difference between striving for perfection and striving for authenticity
Join us for this free mini-workshop and you'll also learn about Tristan’s upcoming course, Conscious Marketing: Justice-focused Digital Strategies for Yoga Teachers, which begins July 27th.
Workshop attendees will receive FREE access to Tristan's digital workbook, Websites for Yoga Teachers—a 35-page resource co-created with Raudhah Rahman to support you in the process of building your own clear, easy to navigate, and thoughtful website.
Reserve your spot now. We will never share your information.
Tristan Katz (they/them) is a writer, educator, and digital strategist based on the ancestral land of the Cowlitz and Clackamas peoples, now known as Portland, OR.
Tristan offers business and marketing individual and group mentorship programs, web and graphic design services, and workshops and trainings centered around queer identity and transgender awareness with an anti-oppression and intersectional lens.
Their podcast, ALL THE F*CK IN: Showing up for social justice in your work, is a collaboration with Lauren Roberts, featuring conversations about all things business and entrepreneurship—from a radical perspective that says we don’t have to choose between social justice values and being successful.
Tristan was awarded the Reclamation Ventures grant in Spring 2021 to expand their offerings and dedicate time to writing their first book, title forthcoming.
They are proud to sit on the Board of Directors at Accessible Yoga—a non-profit working, through education and advocacy, to share the teachings and benefits of yoga with those who have been marginalized, and to identify and remove barriers to access, build strong networks, and advocate for an accessible, equitable, and dynamic yoga culture.