Your studio is meant to be an oasis from life, but what if that oasis stinks?
While your main source of cleanliness might be “karma yogis,” there are pros and … Read More
Making your studio space work for you doesn’t have to be a grand undertaking.
Truly Yoga Studio in Newark, Delaware, is made up of a shopping-center space that is a … Read More
With so much going on in your studio, staff meetings can get lost.
Should you make time for a meeting with your teachers and staff? Perhaps things are running smoothly … Read More
If you’re not giving or getting feedback in your studio, you’re living in a bubble.
“Any culture functions well with a good set of standards for feedback. Different people, different … Read More
Sometimes the body wants what the body wants. Your students may wake up and feel as though they are in some sort of funk and everything seems off, or they … Read More
The flooring within your studio is literally its foundation — the place where students hone their practice and work to ground themselves. Therefore, ensuring you have the right flooring must be conducive … Read More
When it comes to your teaching staff, an important decision needs to occur before you even hire them. Are they going to classified as Independent Contractors or Employees? Both federal … Read More
Yoga can be an intimidating thing to the new client. With the plethora of poses and styles, the beginner yogi can be afraid of ever even trying it.
Christa Smith, … Read More
In this day and age, it is common for people to want access to multiple things in one location. On Travelocity you can book your flight, car and hotel. Bookstores … Read More
What would you think if I told you there’s a studio owner out there that grew their bottom line by 30 percent, without adding a new program or service? You’d … Read More
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