A rip current is a fast-moving, narrow channel of water that can move either along or away from a shoreline, threatening any swimmer in its path. Most swimmers caught up … Read More
Dewana Waters Grillot was at a fitness conference in Washington D.C. around 20 years ago where she was having an internal conversation to try and convince herself to go to … Read More
Although yoga has grown in popularity over the past couple of decades, one thing is glaringly obvious: the overwhelming majority of yoga instructors and students in America are women.
However, … Read More
Spring fever is in full swing, and hopefully it has hit your studio.
As a studio owner, cleaning should always be a priority, but a deep clean should be done … Read More
Various factors come into play for studios when it comes to the success rates of retreats. Time of year, demographic of clients interested in attending, and cost are all at … Read More
Amy and Peter Hall have cultivated a true center for yoga. Below Amy shares on their studio, Napa Valley Yoga Center, and how it’s grown over the years.
Mindful Studio: How … Read More
When first opening a business, or when going through a facelift on your brand later on, it can become easy to get lost in a world of design, color and … Read More
“What is our credo?”
“What do we value?”
“How are we living out our purpose?”
These are common questions asked at the weekly manager meeting for Hot 8 Yoga, a … Read More
Yoga studios more often than not are designed to be calming and relaxing to the students who are coming there to take classes. Many owners will credit their businesses as … Read More
For Kino MacGregor, the virtual world of yoga began with a simple dream.
As the owner of Miami Life Center in Miami, Florida, MacGregor shared two things led her to the … Read More
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