When you are looking to fill an open position at your studio, do you always check the references of candidates you’re seriously considering?
With how stressed everyone is for time nowadays, … Read More
It can sometimes feel like there isn’t enough hours in the day to run your studio, teach and have a personal life. Extreme multi-tasking can sometimes mean nothing ever gets … Read More
Imagine leaving a group of kids alone one afternoon in a room with a giant bowl of candy. A lot of things could go wrong, even if they knew better … Read More
It’s important as a business to stay up-to-date on social media trends. The various platforms are a great way to drive traffic to your studio and stay in contact with … Read More
Recognized employees are happy employees. While many of your staff members may not take as much work home with them as you do, they still take home the feelings left … Read More
Visual content has become a powerful tool for brands in running successful digital marketing campaigns. Pictures can capture attention on social media platforms in a different way than text, so … Read More
House of Yoga in York, Pennsylvania, operated as a pop-up space from January until June in 2015. It was then that the studio finally found a permanent home in the … Read More
Wendy Cook, the owner of Big Rock Yoga in Little Rock, Arkansas, was assisting a Level 2 Baptiste teacher training in Kenya when she realized she wanted to start a … Read More
Fitness and nutrition go hand in hand. Offering both at your yoga studio provides your students with one space for their wellness needs. One great way to make this available … Read More
The biggest reason why studio owners need software is to provide space for creating an excellent experience.
At least, that was Roxanne Borger’s opinion. “If [owners] try to handle all of … Read More
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