Last month, I launched the Content Workshop, a workbook course for movement teachers. (Read all about it here, and use the code SRWORKSHOP to save $10 on it or on the package of the Content Workshop and the Movement Workshop through May 31.) As I developed the course, I ran it past my most trusted colleagues for feedback. Each of them has developed some really useful content of her own, and I’m delighted to highlight these women’s excellent work on Thursdays in May.
Alison Heilig is another colleague I met through Kripalu—she took both my weekend and my weeklong programs there in 2017, then returned this year to assist me, much to our students’ benefit and delight. In between, she came to Carrboro to take Sequencing Yoga Classes from Welcome to Namaste (this is something you can do in person June 24–28, 2019, or online anytime at Sage Yoga Teacher Training). Alison has a wonderful skillset: she is a running coach and ultramarathoner, a CrossFit coach and competitor, a certified personal trainer, and a bang-up writer and yoga teacher. She also gives feedback in a way that’s both kind and inspiring, which is great for everyone who comes into contact with her in a classroom setting. And to complete the circle of inspiration, she is capable of eating nine egg whites in one sitting!
See her skills in action:
Here’s what Alison has to say about the Content Workshop. “This training breaks down the content creation process so beautifully. It helped me create and implement a simple system of creation, promotion, and evaluation that is both repeatable and sustainable. It also inspired me to finally get moving on some projects that I’d been sitting on for far too long and gave me lots of tools to make it happen. I highly recommend this fabulous training for anyone looking to elevate their content creation, think bigger picture, and generate revenue.”
I’m so grateful to work with and to learn from wonderful people like Alison! If you’re inspired by her as I am, you can get started helping people with content of your own by taking the Content Workshop.
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