Jean Campbell has developed an intriguing business model for her yoga business that is easily applicable for a Pilates business. Jean’s model, which she spent the last 2 decades perfecting, is for people who don’t want to have a studio with employees, and who are entrepreneurial, or more accurately solo-preneurial.
This low-cost solo business model will enable you to make VERY good money with almost no overhead or setup cost, and you can set your own hours; as few or as many as you want.
Even better, Jean has developed versions of the model for both online and brick-n-mortar businesses.
Raph asked Jean on the show to share her exact process, so you can copy her model and build your own highly profitable solo business, starting right now.
Jean doesn’t teach business, or run business training, or offer business coaching. She has nothing to sell you (unless you’re interested in yoga classes).
Jean designs and teaches Yoga trainings, courses, and workshops to help practitioners and teachers in their personal practice and teaching. Her anatomy courses and workshops combine practical anatomy with postures and sequencing, to provide knowledge in 3 areas: how to progress in asana practice, injury prevention and recovery from injury.
Over the last 27 years, Jean has taught classes, workshops, and trainings in various locations: Malaysia, China, Germany, Switzerland as well as my home country Australia.
Her qualifications include Certificate IV in Yoga Teacher Training (1200 hours), ERYT 500 (Yoga Alliance), YACEP (Yoga Alliance), Yoga Therapy (Ganesh Mohan, Svastha Yoga) and Pranayama and Yogic Mindfulness studies with A.G. and Indra Mohan.
Raph believes everyone deserves the opportunity to transform into a better version of themselves. His main strength as a teacher and movement professional is the ability to distill complex research findings into a simple, science-based approach to help people move fearlessly, thoughtlessly, and painlessly. He LOVES running, weights, cycling, and Contrology.
Raph holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology (Rehabilitation), a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science, Diploma of Pilates Movement Therapy, and STOTT PILATES full certification.
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