It's commonly believed that teaching and performing are mutually exclusive. Not so!
Each of these pursuits is an outlet for creativity. They are separate but interrelated.
The effort and energy required to pursue two fields is certainly greater than the effort required to pursue one field. But it can be done. Typically, anyone involved in teaching and performing tends to favor one or the other at various points in their career. But if you've trained for both, you should be able to pursue both.
This applies to every field, even Classical music. I remember reading an article about Janos Starker, a famous cellist. He performed and taught at Indiana University. He was the first Classical musician I ever heard who stated emphatically that the duality of teaching and performing could be a reality.
Remember, perform seriously and teach seriously. Each will enhance the other!