When the three owners of Three Trees Yoga – Karen Schwisow, Suzy Green and Jeni Martinez – opened the studio they had intention for the studio to be a place … Read More
Whether it’s to spend more time in nature, dive deeper into the practice or just create a stronger connection with studio goers, yoga retreats are beneficial and important. However, exotic … Read More
According to a study by Yoga Alliance and Yoga Journal, the number of yogis in the United States increased by over 50% between 2012 and 2014, and popularity is still growing. … Read More
Backwards Yoga in Eldridge, Iowa, is passionate about sharing a connection both inside their studio and inside their community. That passion for connection is what drives their local business partnerships.
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The fitness industry is everchanging, and yoga isn’t any different. Mindful Studio sat down with two studios to discuss the trends they saw this year and their predictions for 2020.
Deciding to open a yoga studio was a big decision that paid off, but how do you know when or if you’re ready to open a second location?
Sarah Larson-Levey, … Read More
When Yoga House opened in 1997 in Pasadena, California, Farzaneh Noori said they started with the floor.
“I think the studio floor is the biggest investment in the business for … Read More
When Melissa Williams opened Yoga Junction 2011, she wanted to offer classes for all ages in the community. As a teenager, she experienced a great deal of anxiety and panic … Read More
Yoga students often ask, “What yoga poses work your core?” and the Breathing Room’s answer is simple: all of them.
“On a physical level, connecting to your core in yoga … Read More
When Kate Duyn awoke to a phone call at 6 a.m. from her front desk staff, she wasn’t expecting the news that came from the other line.
While she … Read More
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