Jessica Mishu, the owner of Blue Ridge Yoga in Knoxville, Tennessee, on creating a studio for her community.
How did your studio come about? What was your vision or … Read More
Being a business owner is never smooth sailing. There will be curve balls thrown your way you never would have expected when you first opened up shop. Having someone to … Read More
Your studio only gets one chance to make a first impression. Strong photography and marketing can be the key elements to making sure a first impression is a good one. … Read More
Who are you?
It’s a simple question in structure, but the answer can be hard to find. However, when it comes to branding, knowing the answer for your yoga studio’s … Read More
The ball may be dropping in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, but the number of people you will see at your studio in the coming months will be rising. Having … Read More
Most studio owners get in the industry due to their pure passion for the practice. You might have been a passionate instructor and knew you could meet a separate audience, … Read More
It’s tempting to assume that the answer to improving employee engagement is a few happy hours and some more “get to know you” meetings. And while this is definitely a … Read More
Kat Robinson opened Active Kat Yoga in Doniphan, Missouri, 15 years ago. Doniphan is a considerably much smaller town than the large metropolitans of the state like Kansas City or … Read More
For a business, holidays can make or break you. Now Thanksgiving is upon us, which can only mean Black Friday is coming. A day dedicated to deals and savings can … Read More
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