Some would consider being a mom one of the hardest jobs around. Finding time for a yoga practice as a mom may be even harder. Because of this, Mimi Vimont … Read More
With a vast number of unique yoga classes in the world, deciding which classes to offer at your studio and when, can be a real issue. The scheduling of your programs … Read More
Laughing Lotus is one of the top-rated yoga studios in the world, with locations in New York City, Brooklyn, San Francisco, and soon to be New Orleans.
Dana Trixie … Read More
It seems sitting at a desk all day is the new silent killer. People working in the corporate world are typing at a computer for the majority of their days, … Read More
In her opinion, Annie Moyer said just because a workshop’s title has “yoga” in it doesn’t mean much anymore.
“I’m sad to say that, but I also think it’s a really … Read More
One of the best ways to strengthen your studio is by growing your membership base and increasing the amount of your recurring revenue. Memberships are great not just for your … Read More
In the Sept/Oct issue of Mindful Studio Magazine we spoke to the faces behind YogaWorks: Rosanna McCollough, the president and COO, and Phil Swain, an advisory board member.
In the cover … Read More
The Deaf Yoga Foundation serves as a support network for deaf, hard-of-hearing and signing yoga teachers and students around the world. They work to arrange interpreters for yoga teacher’s trainings, … Read More
Seven years ago, Bella Prana Yoga studio got a modest start in Tampa, Florida, catering to about five people per class. At the time of the studio’s founding, Bella Prana … Read More
Having reliable subs is an important aspect of your studio business. After all, nothing makes students angrier than a class being canceled because a teacher called in sick at the … Read More
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