Hi I'm Clare Hudson — London based personal yoga teacher, former creative communications coordinator at a London University and Mummy to a playful toddler and kitten.
It has always fascinated me how confidence and self belief are at the heart of everything we do. These are also qualities I’ve often lacked over the years, but have had to work hard at because I know how important they are!
In the two years it has taken me to create my online course - The Art and Business of Teaching Yoga One-to-One, I kept seeing this quote everywhere, which helped to keep me motivated, so I’m going to share it with you
“Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it.” — Johan Wolfgang von Goethe
Although my course is packed with tips and techniques, my main goal is to uplift and give you the confidence to ultimately reach your goals and dreams whether that is to find private yoga clients who love what you do or connecting more powerfully in private yoga sessions with existing clients.
After my son was born, I became really passionate about creating online courses and sharing everything I’ve learnt over the years which is now the result of my two online courses. I hope you find them useful.
Here’s a bit more on my background
From taking on my first private yoga students in 2015, I created a private yoga teaching business, focusing on helping people to find their own journey with yoga through equanimity, self acceptance and non judgement.
My yoga teaching journey began with a year long meditation training followed by my first yoga teacher training in London, but I first started yoga as a teenager in 2001. Since then, I’ve been to India multiple times over the last decade to study and practice yoga and meditation and continue to be a lifelong student.
I also have a degree in Fine Art and a career in creative communications and blogging.
Thanks for making it this far into my bio. If you decide to take one of my courses, I hope you enjoy it and get a lot of value from it. Please do stay in touch. I’d love to hear how you get on.