While he still offers virtual yoga classes once a week, most of his clients come to his brand new yoga studio that he opened last month
My friend Christian always wanted to do something related to Eastern Philosophy and meditation. Those were his interests going into college, but he quickly became disillusioned with what he was studying and the people around him because none of it gave him instant satisfaction. Christian ended up dropping out after just one single semester at the state school he was attending. Unfortunately, life got extremely difficult for him in the succeeding years. He had to immediately take work at a landscaping company in the middle of the summer season. The temperatures were in the 90s most days and he was sweating more than he ever had in his entire life. But these years of hard work built his character into the person he is today. And despite having to work like crazy for a few years, he never gave up his dream of someday incorporating his love for Eastern Philosophy into an actual career. I’ll admit that I was a tiny bit skeptical when he told myself and the rest of our friends about his intentions to go to yoga school. He wanted to become a certified yoga trainer and eventually open a yoga studio of his own. Some of us wondered if he would manage to find work as a yoga trainer, but he made a smart move during the pandemic. He advertised virtual yoga training and nutritional counseling to all of the people stuck working at home during 2020 and 2021. While he still offers virtual yoga classes once a week, most of his clients come to his brand new yoga studio that he opened last month. So far his business is thriving and he’s never been happier.