Wendy Swanson, the owner of Be Yoga and Wellness in Charlotte, North Carolina, has owned her studios for seven years. Over time, her day to day has changed. Here she … Read More
For 30 years prior to becoming 405 Yoga, the building was a liquor store in a rough neighborhood in Washington D.C.
“We wanted to go into a location … Read More
Scheduling between multiple spaces can be difficult.
If your studio has more than one practice room, finding the perfect flow of classes might be a challenge you face. Karey Goebel, … Read More
Yoga and animals are going together in a variety of combinations.
But what is behind the idea of yoga and animals?
One benefit is it incorporates therapy animals into one’s … Read More
Paul Richards has always been a big kid at heart.
After learning more about a children’s yoga class, he wanted to incorporate this into his teaching somehow at BYS Yoga … Read More
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s no surprise studios are giving back.
At Serenity Yoga in South Hadley, Massachusetts, the “Will Teach Yoga for Food” Thanksgiving Day class has … Read More
Everyone loves to know his or her progress.
Your students love seeing how they have grown in their movements and flexibility. It’s probably fun for you as a teacher to … Read More
How to create wonderful events through logistics, locals and listening.
From chocolate and cheese tastings to yoga on a horse farm, Diane Sutrick looks to get creative with events at … Read More
How various studios build a culture of retention within their fours walls.
The path to retention often starts with a conversation.
“Our desk staff and teachers are encouraged to make … Read More
How dedicated yogis found benefit in slowing down.
After his fourth meeting from hell, Edward Rosinski just needed yoga.
Traveling for business in Chicago, he Googled studios and went to … Read More
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