In the yoga flow with Rina Hindocha

Hola! Back this week with another interesting feature..
Powerful poses and rhythmic yoga flow videos embodies this week’s #Bosswoman. A very quiet person who lets her work do the talking for her.
Rina Hindocha is a qualified and certified Yoga Trainer, teaches a combination of traditional Hatha Flow and Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga.
Her ultimate objective is to play a key role in the wellness industry for the benefit of humankind and to help people to discover their potential and love for their bodies.
She runs her own studio with name “Rina Hindocha Yoga” and aspires to share and facilitate contemporary power yoga in a safe and comfortable environment for all levels of yoga practitioners. Her studio draws on the roots of the yoga tradition with a variety of classes such as Power Vinyasa Yoga, Flow and Meditation, Ashtanga Yoga, Restorative and Yin Yoga, Yoga for Runners and Athletes and Pilates Yoga Fusion Flow.
Here’s our inspiring tete- a- tete with her:
Q1. How did the idea for your business come about?
RH: I began my Yoga journey over ten years ago to challenge myself physically and get into better physical health. It has taken some time, but what began as a physical routine slowly evolved into a practice of patience, self acceptance, and healing. After experiencing the gifts of Yoga and Meditation I felt compelled to share it with others, so I decided to try another path along my journey, teaching. The positive impact yoga has made in my life is the reason why I became a yoga teacher and started my own center.
Q2. What was your key driving force to become an entrepreneur?
RH: Once I started teaching yoga, I realized that I had a true passion for teaching and thought of pursuing it as a career. I use yoga to relieve stress and to restore my sense of being. I truly enjoy teaching yoga – it’s invigorating postures, deep breath work, and the richness of meditation. I always wanted to share the enriching and transformative experience that yoga has to offer.
My desire to share my passion for yoga to others with a personal mission to educate, encourage, and empower the heart, mind, & body led to the opening of my very own studio.
Q3. How do you market your business, and which tactics have been most successful?
RH: Like yoga itself, marketing a yoga studio requires consistency and patience.I try to keep giving my best to create value,i wish to make yoga meaningful for the world at large and attract more and more people towards it.
Social media has become a powerful, highly effective tool. Social media helps me reach a broader audience.
Yoga and online videos are essentially a match made in heaven. There’s no better medium for yoga teachers to demonstrate poses, share sequences or provide tips.
Q4. What piece of advice would you give to women who would start a business of their own.
RH: Running a business is a full time commitment and it is important to consider what other aspects of your life might be impacted by this decision, such as family, friends, hobbies and other commitments you might have. This doesn’t mean that your business can’t complement your personal life, however it is important to consider the adjustments and sacrifices you may have to make.
If you approach your new business plan with your eyes open, with vision, passion and a willingness to do what it takes to succeed, then you may have just found the business that not only sets you up for life, but drives your passion.
Q5. What entrepreneurial tricks have you discovered to keep you focused and productive in your day-to-day busy schedule?
RH: Entrepreneurial trick is customer/clients satisfaction. As a teacher, my customer are my students. It all depends how I prepare myself before conducting a session. I take elements I am working on in my own personal practice and weave them into my classes. I firmly believe you can only be authentic when you teach from your own practice. I write down and try out sequences that seem logical.
Then when i arrive, depending on the level and mix of students and their energy level on that day, I might modify my planned class. It certainly pays to be prepared, but it’s very important to be flexible.
Thank you so much for giving us a peek into your life journey. Truly inspiring for us all. Wish you the best in all your future endeavours.
You can follow her work on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rinahindocha/

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