With studios starting to reopen for in-person classes or looking for new online teachers, now is a good time to brush up or create your yoga teaching résumé—even if you aren’t currently teaching. And if you aren’t a yoga teacher, it’s still a good time to update your résumé to reflect your new skills hosting online meetings, working remotely, and pivoting to the new normal.
In The Professional Yoga Teacher’s Handbook, I explain how to craft a résumé as a movement teacher. You’ll find a précis of this advice in the sample résumé on the book’s resources page, along with a Word template you can work directly into. Some of my yoga teacher training students have also generously shared their own fresh-out-of-YTT résumés, to give you a model. Have a look: