Data points can be helpful to keep track of attendance trends and class size, as well as measure your yoga studio’s success.
Meredith Conroy, the owner of Bend and Zen … Read More
Props are not a crutch; rather, they are useful and fun learning tools.
“A prop is not something to progress away from, but something to learn to take advantage of … 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
What does it mean to be “well?”
That definition can vary from student to student, and oftentimes extends beyond just physical fitness.
The National Wellness Institute promotes six dimensions … 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
The benefits of one-on-one training are endless. Students gain education pertinent to the way they live their life. Poses can be perfected, and training for specific goals is more attainable. … 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
More and more you hear nutrition being talked about.
That’s where fitness and healthiness happen — with the food you’re putting into your mouth. So, how can you incorporate nutrition … 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
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