Hello all, we've got some big news at Yoga Quota and our biggest hire yet!
I set up Yoga Quota in 2014 aiming to make yoga more accessible for vulnerable people, with self funding business model and a unique quota system that makes us accountable (business model) and working hard.
We became a charity so you know we have the oversight from the charities commission and three independent unpaid trustees.
I've always dreamt big for Yoga Quota The trustees and I want it to be the yoga provider of choice in the charity sector in the UK. We have already made big steps towards this with Badgeholders, studio partners and charity partners UK wide. And all funded through the generosity of the Yoga community in Oxford who come to our studio and our teacher training.
Yoga Quota has always been a personal journey of love for me. I have built up an amazing team at the studio who make it possible and in parallel I've had a baby now two years old and I'm expecting my second in two weeks.
So now for the changes!
This week we’ve added *four* new Yoga Quota Badgeholders! Welcome to Cass (Canterbury) Lauren (Falmouth), Marzia (Basingstoke) and Jo (Didcot). They’ve each committed to sharing the benefits of yoga by teaching free classes for charities in their area.
Our network of badgeholder continues to grow, which means we have teachers in more locations than ever who are available to teach charity classes. If you know a local charity that could use some yoga let us know!
We love our badgeholder program, it’s really what Yoga Quota is all about! If you’re a yoga teacher, and interested in joining the Yoga Quota Badgeholder team, and fill out our badgeholder form. We feature you on our website, blog & social media, to help let people know about the amazing work you do.