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Dear fellow yoga teacher, you are replaceable.

As a teacher I see fellow teachers making demands of ownership and competition over yoga students. When you teach at a private studio, understand you will one day leave and the healing that you facilitate in people needs to continue. The business side needs to remain separate. The healing that the yoga provides through you, the yoga teacher, is delicate. Yogis will not be 'fully grown' when you leave teaching at a location and you can hurt their process causing them to, for lack of a better phrase: derail. That is a manipulation of their spiritual journey and by default a hinderance to our spiritual growth as teachers! We feel like our students are our family, but we always carry a responsibility to oversea their spiritual growth and sometimes that means leaving gracefully and biting your tongue. I like to call this 'namaste in action'.

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