Aug 11, 2022
Rebranding yourself and your business can be a scary process. In this episode of The Yoga Pro Podcast, Pamela goes solo to with a pep talk about her journey of rebranding, how getting in touch with your core values is important when branding yourself, and so much more.
Check out this episode if you are struggling with how to get to the heart of yourself and your biz and show up as your truest self.
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Pamela Crane, MS Yoga Therapy, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, YACEP, is a certified yoga therapist who helps heart-centered entrepreneurs overcome fears and imposter syndrome to create online content; and provides evidence-based continuing education and mentoring for yoga professionals. She has presented stress management seminars at the US Department of Health and Human Services, the US Department of Education, and the USPS headquarters to name a few; and has presented nationally and internationally at symposiums and conferences for yoga and integrative medicine. She has been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Meniere’s Disease, and ADHD, and manages her challenges with yoga, stress management techniques, and lifestyle adjustments. She is the host of The Yoga Pro podcast where she interviews experts in the field of yoga and integrative health.
-Why Pamela changed her brand from Interoceptive Performance to Gratefully Pamela
-How she worked through the process with interoception and intuition
-What her gratitude practice looks like
-Why knowing her core values was important in figuring out what resonated
-How knowing who you are and who you serve can make your rebrand easier
-Understanding that getting comfortable with the fact that everyone won’t resonate with you is important
-Why you need your own yoga therapist to work with
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Music: The State of Things (The Bouncy Song) by Rena Wren is used with permission.