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The Yoga Pro Podcast

Jan 5, 2022

Niching down as a multi-hyphenate yoga professional can be difficult, so it is important to find your unique qualities that make you stand out.  

In this solo episode, host Pamela Crane shares a loving dose of humility, grace, and acceptance for your struggle, and six strategies to help you find your passion.

Pamela is a Certified Yoga Therapist (MS, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500) 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 is a former broadcast journalist and film and commercial actress who hosts The Yoga Pro Podcast; and has presented nationally and internationally at symposia and conferences for yoga and integrative medicine.


-What is a multi-hyphenate?

-Niching for multi-hyphenates

-Flowing through transitions to find your niche

-Seasons of interest

-Pamela’s past experiences and how she molded them into her passion

Some strategies to find your niche

  1. List your past jobs
  2. Write out what you enjoyed about them and what made you good at them
  3. Note any personal experiences you have been through that give you a unique perspective (illnesses, interests, etc)
  4. Look for links between them and how yoga tools can be used to solve a problem (I use the yamas and niyamas a lot to help clients find their confidence, and then bring in my expertise of being on camera and in theatre as well as my personal history with imposter syndrome)
  5. Don’t be afraid to pivot until you find the fit that feels good
  6. Give yourself grace and time to find your place

Connect with Pamela:


Clubhouse and Greenroom:  @pamelacrane


Music:  The State of Things (The Bouncy Song) by Rena Wren is used with permission.