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
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
A yoga festival is the perfect place to give your practice the jump-start it needs, discover new teachers or ideas, and a way to experience the power of coming together. … Read More
Variety is the spice of life. When it comes to your business, that variety can be found in the classes you decide to offer in your schedule. With so many … Read More
How to use aesthetics, space, teachers and more in setting the mood at your studio.
Growing up, did you ever wear a mood ring?
If you did, you’ll recall the … Read More
How encouraging instructors to continually grow will create a better business.
One of the key aspects of running a successful yoga studio is establishing a core network of teachers. They … Read More
October has become the month to raise awareness for breast cancer. And yoga studios are getting involved.
It is said approximately 300,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, … Read More
In order to stand out, you don’t need to be necessarily ostentatious and flashy. Sometimes, it’s as simple as returning to the basics.
Vittoria Palazzi, a co-owner of OmBase in Portland, … Read More
When you walk into a Moe’s Southwest Grill you are always greeted with an exclamation of “Hey, Welcome to Moe’s!” from the staff. You feel comfortable and welcomed instantly, as … Read More
Why it’s important to have quality teachers at your studio, versus a large quantity of unqualified ones.
For Dora Gyarmati, the owner of Spira Power Yoga in West Seattle, … Read More
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