How various studios build a culture of retention within their fours walls.
The path to retention often starts with a conversation.
“Our desk staff and teachers are encouraged to make … Read More
How dedicated yogis found benefit in slowing down.
After his fourth meeting from hell, Edward Rosinski just needed yoga.
Traveling for business in Chicago, he Googled studios and went to … 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
“Come as you are” is a common phrase used at Shakti Power Yoga in Nashville, Tennessee. And that translates to its social media as well.
“It’s really a lot about … 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
October has become the month to raise awareness for breast cancer. And yoga studios are getting involved.
It is said approximately 300,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, … Read More
When InBALANCE Yoga’s childcare became a money pit, Jen Schnabel realized something had to change.
Opening her studio in Orem, Utah, in 2016, the owner explained she has had childcare … Read More
Rebecca Schefstrom is the founder and owner of Urban Balance, a company focused on bringing yoga into the workplace. She sat down with Mindful Studio Magazine to chat about the … Read More
Since opening in 2008, Wendy Klein has classified her teachers and front desk staff as employees at Nandi Yoga.
“We’ve chosen a path that feels right for us,” said Klein, … 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
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