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How to Film Stunning Yoga Videos at Home

Creating and sharing yoga videos used to be complicated, expensive, and time-consuming. No longer, yogis. What are you waiting for?

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Once upon a time there was a world in which creating and sharing yoga videos required many complicated steps, a lot of money, expertise, and time. Thankfully, we are no longer living in that strange place. Our digital world today has created an amazing platform that makes sharing our messages online though videos, not only simple, but very affordable.

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Why Film Yoga Videos to Share?

This week’s Business of Yoga video is all about creating awesome videos from home. Why should you take five minutes to watch this? Because there are hundreds (or perhaps thousands!) of people out there waiting to hear your message, watch your yoga sequence, listen to your guided meditation, watch your presentation. By openly sharing your skills, knowledge, and life experience you create rapport with your community. When you build rapport, you have more leverage to sell your programs, retreats, and events.

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Equipment Needed to Shoot Yoga Videos

This week’s video was shot and “produced” with the exact same tools we will be sharing with you. In the video below, we narrowed down the best cameras, lighting, and microphones that you can purchase for under $500 to create high-quality media that can compete with setups that cost 10 times the price.

Don’t let fear of success, technology, or anything else stop you from saying yes to sharing your wisdom wide and far. Never in history has there been a better time to step into videos. Jump on this bandwagon now so that you can build a thriving yoga career that can spread far and wide.

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Justin Michael Williams is a vibrant public speaker, musician, and successful yoga instructor who travels the globe training the conscious community to thrive in marketing, media, and business. He has spearheaded the marketing development and social media of over 150 brands, both large and small, including, Sianna Sherman, Ashley Turner, Noah Mazé, and more. He is also the Co-Founder of the Business of Yoga, LLC and hosts Yoga Business Retreats around the world, helping yoga teachers flourish in business. By using his expertise to coach individuals and nonprofits, Justin works to spread positivity and inspire change throughout the social web. See more at

Karen Mozes is a successful entrepreneur, executive and life coach, and leadership expert. She brings to the world of transformational coaching, writing and public speaking her many years of dedicated studies and application in the fields of science, eastern philosophy, teaching and yoga. With several years of work experience in the corporate world and then as a principal at a sustainability consulting firm, Karen is uniquely suited to coach in business management, communication techniques and team leadership. Karen has created and successfully applied her own coaching programs, the Cinco Method (for entrepreneurs) and Team Climate Change (for design teams) across a wide range of sectors and company sizes. Karen is also the co-founder of the Business of Yoga LLC and its popular program, the Yoga Business Retreat. For more, visit