A studio’s products can be as important to the practice as the instructors are for some yogis. Whether it’s an apparel line or a full branded merchandise line, it can … Read More
Workshops give students the chance to learn more in depth on a particular topic. However, the struggle in executing them smoothly lies with the owner or the manager in charge … Read More
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
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
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
Choosing Yoga Mats to Sell/Rent
There’s a variety of things to consider when choosing what yoga mats to sell or rent in your studio. Arin Takeuchi, the marketing manager of … Read More
When you look up the word “mentor” in Merriam-Webster, you’ll find a short description: a trusted counselor or guide.
Often, going it alone or figuring it out by yourself can … Read More
Everyone loves a getaway. Whether it includes sun, sand and ocean, or cabins, trees and campfires, getting away from the monotony of the same schedule day in and day out … Read More
When Jessica Mahler first moved to Washington D.C., she was apprehensive of social media. But overtime, the truth hit her.
“I realized that if I wanted to get anywhere and … Read More
Dependability, honesty, compassion, enthusiasm and humility— these are all traits a new hire seeking a yoga teaching position should have, according to the owner of North Carolina’s Embrace Yoga Studio, … Read More
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