Locker rooms are an important piece to the experience students have at your studio. It might be where they change, store their belongings or get ready to take on the … Read More
Do you have one-on-ones at your yoga studio? Mindful Studio Magazine caught up with Jaci Stempski at Grace Yoga Studio in Green Bay, Wisconsin, about individual sessions. Stempski shares the … Read More
Astrid McNellis, the co-owner of Evolation Yoga Santa Barbara, on purposely creating a blank canvas studio.
How did your yoga studio come about? What was your vision or mission? Evolation … Read More
You own a yoga studio, not a photography business, so media might not be your strength. However, the visual can be a powerful tool for your studio, if used correctly. … 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
Do you have a unique selling proposition (USP)?
Defined by Entrepreneur as “the factor or consideration presented by a seller as the reason that one product or service is different … Read More
Childcare at Be Luminous Yoga is a community affair.
“It’s a really amazing community builder, the way the moms are engaged with each other, the way the parents get involved … Read More
Over at Inhale Pittsburgh, Janna Hockenjos is working hard to keep her studio clean. She shares how she goes about accomplishing this feat day in and day out at her … Read More
Your studio is meant to be an oasis from life, but what if that oasis stinks?
While your main source of cleanliness might be “karma yogis,” there are pros and … Read More
Making your studio space work for you doesn’t have to be a grand undertaking.
Truly Yoga Studio in Newark, Delaware, is made up of a shopping-center space that is a … Read More
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