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
When your employees spend most of their time at work, it makes sense that in-house romances can occur. According to data from job search platform Comparably, 34 percent of men … Read More
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
Everyone has thought “Why am I in this meeting?” at one time or another. And while meetings are essential to a cohesive and successful company, there are practices to be … Read More
With so much going on in your studio, staff meetings can get lost.
Should you make time for a meeting with your teachers and staff? Perhaps things are running smoothly … Read More
In business, the conversion rate of leads from your website is higher if live chat is involved.
“They’re going to be 15 to 20 percent higher for converting a website … Read More
Dependability, honesty, compassion, enthusiasm and humility— these are all traits a new hire seeking a yoga teaching position should have, according to the owner of North Carolina’s Embrace Yoga Studio, … 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
Bldg. 7 Yoga is ironically named for where it is located. But it has a dual meaning, also named for its motto, “Build Yourself.” The studio focuses on building students, … Read More
As a yoga studio owner, you may be tempted to diversify your class schedule in order to attract a wider demographic of customers. Although this can be a good move … Read More
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