Making Your Marketing Easeful
A free, online mini-workshop with Tristan Katz
As yoga teachers, we likely know that we need to show up on social media and share about the work we do in the world…and yet it can be so challenging to know what to share apart from our class schedule and event announcements.
In this online mini-workshop, Tristan Katz will support you in moving beyond the standard weekly schedule share, covering topics including:
- Grounding with your marketing timelines and content creation
- Connecting with your community and being of service through your marketing
- Navigating times of stress, dis-ease, and collective trauma while showing up to grow your work
Tristan will also discuss the curriculum and overview of their upcoming course, Conscious Marketing: Justice-focused Digital Strategies for Yoga Teachers, beginning June 7th, and they’ll give away one FREE spot in this online training!
Date: Tuesday, May 24th, 2022
Time: 10am-11am Pacific (Los Angeles) // 1pm-2pm Eastern (New York)
Location: Live online via Zoom
Replays: Yes, for those who register!
Reserve your spot now. We will never share your information.
Tristan Katz (they/them) is a writer, digital strategist, and equity-inclusion facilitator based on the ancestral land of the Cowlitz and Clackamas peoples and the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde and Siletz Indians, now known as Portland, OR.
Tristan offers justice-focused marketing individual and group mentorship programs for yoga and wellness professionals, along with 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 named one of Yoga Journal’s 2021 Game Changers and they were 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 of Accessible Yoga Association —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.