Renae Bechthold

Renae Bechthold has owned and operated several successful companies since 1984. Currently, she provides business training and coaching programs for Yoga and other healthcare professionals at www.metroyoga.net.

Renae’s passion for alternative healthcare, mind/body and energy systems coupled with her hands-on experience as an entrepreneur and business and marketing strategist, provides a unique and uncommon resource for her clients.  Renae has helped thousands of professionals in the health and wellness field become more effective, successful and profitable.  Her programs speak for themselves by producing an extraordinary track record of business growth for her clients.

Content Posted by Renae Bechthold

What is The #1 Most Critical Business Skill For Yoga Business

The answer to this might surprise you. I've spent almost three decades as an entrepreneur
and much of that was spent in the wholistic health and wellness domain. Throughout this
journey I've had the gift and honor of working with and coaching hundreds of yoga and healing
professionals who in turn work directly with the public in helping and causing shifts and
transformations in their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.

How to Have Fun Doing the Business-ee Parts of Your Yoga Business

Renae Bechthold offers some tips on how to make the business end of your yoga business more fun and enjoyable. This might surprise you. The emotion or feeling of FUN causes a thriving, expanding condition to be present in your business.  Everywhere in your business cycle that you extend the following emotions or thoughts, you also inject the opposite vibration to thriving which is contracting:  frustration;  I don't like this but I'll tolerate it; confusion;  unconsciousness acted out by ignoring; I shouldn't have to do this; this is stupid; resistance; I'm sure you can think of others you've experienced.  For your business to become stable, consistent and thriving you want to find ways to keep the energy and vibration high.  FUN has that kind of energy. 

Four Critical Ways to Improve Student Retention

When a student does not sign up with you after your free class, are you disappointed? Do you feel slightly embarrassed about the possibility that the client did not like your teaching or you, and that was the cause of their not wanting to come back? The truth, for the majority of these situations, is that your potential new student not signing up with you for continuing classes has nothing to do with the quality of your yoga teaching or the class itself. To become masterful at client retention you’ll need to master more than great yoga teaching skills. There are four critical processes we train our yoga business owner clients to use in their businesses to improve the number of clients and students returning again and again.

Is Your Spirit Compatible With Your Business of Yoga

The third article in this series from professional yoga business coach Ranae Bechthold from Metro Yoga, designed to help you learn the fundamentals of running a successful yoga business. In these articles, Renae shares the simple marketing and sales techniques that she teaches clients to help them achieve their goals by growing their client base and revenues.

Physical Game vs Mental Game Of Business

The second article in this series of educational articles from yoga professional business coach Ranae Bechthold from Metro Yoga, designed to help you learn the fundamentals of running a successful yoga business. In these articles, Renae shares the simple marketing and sales techniques that she teaches clients to help them achieve their goals by growing their client base and revenues.

Featured Expert: The Business of Yoga

The Business of Yoga is series of educational articles from yoga professional business coach Ranae Bechthold from Metro Yoga, designed to help you learn the fundamentals of running a successful yoga business. In these articles, Renae shares the simple marketing and sales techniques that she teaches clients to help them achieve their goals by growing their client base and revenues.