“Maria, I am scared out of my mind that people won’t want to work for me because the good yogis are going to think I’m not authentic since I’m coming … 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
Yoga Spark, with two locations in New York City, works to create unique classes that take what you expect from yoga “and flip it on its head,” according to Julia … Read More
As a kid, Devon Pinto’s mom would always try to get him to take yoga classes she taught. But Pinto rebelled and called the practice “boring.” He couldn’t seem to … Read More
When a new member signs up for their first class, are they filling out forms and creating a transaction for you or are they taking the first step of their … Read More
Co-owners Jessi Dobbins and Amber Wilson have created a dedicated yoga community a year after opening their doors. Below, they answer a few questions on how and why they started … Read More
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