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
Your students expect consistency from your studio. One way to provide that consistent appeal is to retain your instructors and staff. Everyone likes to recognize a familiar face when walking … Read More
According to a study done by Rubicon, in the U.S. we throw away 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour — about 42,000 per minute, or about 695 per second. U.S. … Read More
Yoga Heights DC in Washington D.C., was only open for a year when founder Jess Pierno started hearing buzz from her members asking when a second location would open up. … Read More
When Lisa Pepper, co-owner of Bend and Zen Hot Yoga in Louisville, Kentucky, and her partners sat down at the start of their company to create their business plan, one … Read More
Not every business has the extra funds to hire an entire marketing team. That’s why trying to manage social media and your digital presence isn’t particularly easy to do alongside … Read More
An email newsletter is a great way to stay in touch with your students and staff. You can use them to make announcements, market for upcoming events and to recap … Read More
The coming of a new year is exciting for most — it’s a time to reset and reevaluate goals from the past and plan for the future. As a studio … Read More
Boutique fitness classes are often expensive, ranging from $20 to $40 for a single class. Do that three times a week and you are looking at spending thousands of dollars … Read More
In a yoga class, students are focusing on breath, alignment, instructions from the teacher and being present. Slipping on a mat or reaching out for a block that isn’t there are … Read More
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