In the fall of 2019, something new happened: teachers at YogaWorks locations in New York City sought to unionize.
As reported by the New York Times in the article, “The … 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 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
Many things go into creating the ambience of your studio. From indoor plants to the brightness of your studio lights, every little detail can help cultivate the right tone for … Read More
Keeping your students happy and coming back to practice should always be at the top of your studio’s priority list. Retention challenges are something every studio faces, but you can … Read More
While yoga can be therapeutic to some, it is not the same as yoga therapy.
Mindful Studio Magazine sat down with Dodi Wilson, a yoga therapist at Restoring Light Yoga, … Read More
Teaching yoga part-time can allow instructors to improve their practice, strengthen their confidence and allow them to reap the benefits of yoga in their lives. It can also benefit your … Read More
Front desk staff members can be vital to help keep your studio running smoothly. From helping yogis sign-up for memberships, keeping the studio maintained and serving as a resource for … Read More
BOLD is coming! Are you ready?
There’s a lot to think about on the attendee side when prepping for a conference, trade show, etc.
Mindful Studio Magazine sat down … Read More
According to Mark Beck, the senior vice president of K&K Insurance, one of the greatest risks yoga studios face is assuming best intentions lead to favorable outcomes. While yoga injury … Read More
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