Shannon Crow on her personal experience of Creation without Fear:
I sat down with Shannon to speak about her thought process on how she works through ideas and brings them to fruition. She has many projects that are all interrelated and important, and I have learned quite a bit from her leading by this process. Her calm presence, while having curiosity about what could help the larger collective, is inspirational and I wanted you to get a firsthand look at what she brings to the field of yoga, pelvic health, and business ownership. And how you can do anything you set your mind to as long as you have a desire, a passion and dedication to the process!
On the Connected Yoga Teacher website:
On Apple podcasts under ‘The Connected Yoga Teacher ‘:
The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook page:
List of online classes all over the world!:
Shannon Crow is the host of The Connected Yoga Teacher podcast and a consultant for yoga teachers. She shares what she has learned (and continues to learn) as a yoga entrepreneur.
Shannon is passionate about this work so that yoga teachers have more time and energy to share the yoga that lights them up.
She became a yoga teacher in 2006 and continues to teach weekly group and private classes in Owen Sound, Ontario, with a specialty in Yoga for Pelvic Health.
Shannon is dedicated to helping yoga teachers define their niche and thrive at marketing. She thrives in a community that is playful, diverse, and supportive. This is what inspired her to create The Connected Yoga Teacher Facebook group.
Shannon offers in person and online teacher training. She is the co-founder of the MamaNurture Prenatal Yoga School and developed the Yoga for Pelvic Health Teacher Training.
In her spare time, Shannon can be found hiking or skiing on the Bruce Peninsula with her partner Shawn, and her three children. She enjoys time outside in the vegetable garden in the summer or skiing in the winter.
Shannon loves the quiet of morning with her tea, yoga mat and journal. She likes to laugh, visit with friends and family and ask a lot of questions.