For 30 years prior to becoming 405 Yoga, the building was a liquor store in a rough neighborhood in Washington D.C.
“We wanted to go into a location … Read More
It is an exciting time when a studio opens multiple locations. You are able to reach more students, create a larger brand and figure out what works and what doesn’t … Read More
Scheduling between multiple spaces can be difficult.
If your studio has more than one practice room, finding the perfect flow of classes might be a challenge you face. Karey Goebel, … Read More
Yoga and animals are going together in a variety of combinations.
But what is behind the idea of yoga and animals?
One benefit is it incorporates therapy animals into one’s … Read More
Paul Richards has always been a big kid at heart.
After learning more about a children’s yoga class, he wanted to incorporate this into his teaching somehow at BYS Yoga … Read More
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s no surprise studios are giving back.
At Serenity Yoga in South Hadley, Massachusetts, the “Will Teach Yoga for Food” Thanksgiving Day class has … 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
Tias Little, the owner and founder of Prajna Yoga, on why she wanted to create an aesthetically pleasing studio.
How did your yoga studio come about? What was your vision … Read More
Whether it’s teaching students yoga or owning a business, there’s a lot out there to learn.
But, you don’t have to leave your studio – or even your own home for … Read More
The pumpkins are lit and you can hear screams from haunted houses in any neighborhood. Halloween is upon us and yoga studios across the country are getting involved in the … Read More