字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 The live stream's the authentic connection, the real-time connection. You get to do yoga with me. It's our yoga experience. Straighten out your right leg. I'm Sarah-Beth, from SarahBethYoga. I am a mum, a yoga teacher, an entrepreneur and a YouTube yoga creator. Live yoga. The idea of going live scared me more than anything else. Just the idea that I won't be edited. The technical side of it was something that I knew I would be able to figure out if I wanted to, but I didn't want to. I had self-doubt, I wanted to back out. To the point where, at the first live session I did my hands were actually numb by the time I turned the camera on. So if you want to take this further, you can lift up to your toes. You can even bring your shins parallel. And I think that the best learning lesson in all of this was that I did three lives in a row: one each Saturday. And after the first live, I already felt more comfortable. I thought: "That wasn't so bad, my audience responded very warmly." By the second, I was only a little bit nervous. And then after the third, I felt: "I got this." And I was actually considering, "how can I do this more?" Hi guys, welcome to the yoga for flexibility routine. A produced video cost me about 10-15 hours for one video. If you want to add a challenge, lift up onto the ball mounts of your feet. The live videos take maybe an hour and a half an hour and forty-five minutes. And that's really the hour ahead of the live: setting up, doing hair and makeup and taking my little promotional selfie that I'll use to promote the live and get people onto the stream. You know what, I'll turn so I can face you guys. Twist to the right. And then the live will take probably half an hour. Even though I'm thinking "fifteen minutes," it just goes. And then when it's done, it's done. I just have to add a thumbnail, clip off the front and the back and it's done. We're going to share with email. The live yoga videos have almost doubled the amount of content that I'm uploading. Especially when I did the three in a row because I was still maintaining my regular Friday upload. So my audience still knew what to expect, but now we've got another video coming in. And it was so much easier to produce, so it really wasn't a big deal for me. But in the end, looking at my analytics I'm seeing that "oh, I uploaded eight videos that month instead of four." And this can really help my channel grow. Some of the biggest tips I learned about going live? One of them was that, with the equipment, you don't need that much. I do the entire thing from my phone. Make sure you're hinging from your hips. So if you need to modify, you can come up even higher. And for other live instructors or creators it's really about finding the audio that works for you. For me, that was a lav mic because I'm moving a lot in my videos. Also, have a plan. Have some structure. Just like you put all this brainstorming and work into your products, do the same thing with your live. What's the purpose? And that way you're not just getting on camera to be nervous. So we'll finish up with a little bit of downward-facing dog. Fan your fingers out wide, hands on the mat, lift your hips high and back. It's crazy, how they've been performing. I'll look at my 48-hour real-time analytics, and I'll see [an increase] on the live. Even though it might've shown me that there were only 600 real-time people in at once. I can see in my 48-hour view that there were between 2500 and 3500 views within that hour. And that to me is incredible. Thank you so much for watching, I'll see you guys next time. Absolutely, I think that you have to push yourself outside your comfort zone in order to grow. As a yoga teacher I think that, in my personal life I think that. And, since I started live streaming I feel like this is something that could really make my channel grow that I'm really excited about.