Watch almost any romantic comedy, and you’ll find the root of the plot comes down to unclear communication.
The same idea applies with branding. If it’s not clear, people won’t … Read More
When she first opened Embarque Yoga, Alyssa Pfennig had two treatment rooms for holistic services.
Three years later when building out a new space, the owner of the studio in … Read More
The idea of retreats and yoga is like peanut butter and jelly. It just simply makes sense.
But why are retreats such a huge part of this industry? Michelle Acebo, … 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
Department stores are handy. You can find clothes for every member of the family, electronics and appliances. It’s a one-stop shop for nearly anything you would need, and a great … Read More
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
Ascend Yoga Studio sits at the feet of the Wasatch Mountains in Salt Lake City, Utah. While the view is extraordinary, the yogis don’t just appreciate the mountains from a … 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
Winter is here, and with it comes a few things.
First, the cold. Second, weather. And third, often a lack in motivation. So, how do you get your students coming … 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
Copyright © 2019 Mindful Studio Magazine. Published by Peake Media.