"Ingredients for success | You need to be obsessed with other people's health. Being a yoga teacher isn't about your own satisfaction or glory, or about making money. It's about being willing to try anything to help someone heal their knee, or back, or get over their divorce, or cope with their difficult life. You need to be fascinated with the process yoga awakens in the body and be interested to discuss every single student's back, shoulder, bereavement, little toe, or sprained ankle. And you can't fake it either: you actually have to be a nerd and find nothing more interesting than someone's piles (and how they can sit on their heel in toe stand if it makes them hurt.)"
Read the full feature in the book "How to be a Yoga Rockstar"