Your studio only gets one chance to make a first impression. Strong photography and marketing can be the key elements to making sure a first impression is a good one. … 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
Incorporating mindful practices to help sustain the environment.
Wendy Klein, the owner of Nandi Yoga in San Mateo, California, grew up with a father who was a passionate environmentalist. He … Read More
It is hard to go a day without hearing about climate change, but there isn’t much discussion about what small businesses can do about it. You will be surprised how … Read More
Music can be used for a variety of purposes in yoga studios, both in the lobby/retail area and in class.
The soundtracks you choose affect both employees and customers, so … 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
Every day, studio owners across the country strive to make ecologically responsible decisions and share those practices with their staff and students. The practice of yoga and “going green” often … Read More
It’s one thing to have shelves with products for sale at your studio. It’s another to have a successful boutique.
At Yoga Centered Studio, shopping at her boutique is an experience, … Read More
Sometimes, the best lessons come from the worst mistakes. For Sharli Kiner, that was opening up a second yoga studio with a spa.
The owner of Limber Tree Yoga Studio, … Read More
When it comes to workshops, Heather Lindemann said it’s best to have a wide range.
“We do sort of have a loose policy that we run a balanced mix of … Read More
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