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
The ball may be dropping in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, but the number of people you will see at your studio in the coming months will be rising. Having … 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
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
Yoga studio owners, as well as independent yoga instructors, need to protect themselves with appropriate and sufficient insurance coverage.
Even relatively simple juries can result in a claim being filed … Read More
A well-appointed boutique has the potential to be a key profit making mechanism for any studio. How do you ensure that your boutique is maximizing its potential? Take a look at … 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
A few months ago, Free Range Yoga owner Dawn Piper realized her studio had a problem to solve: It was running out of space in the small town of Macomb, … Read More
For many yogis, practicing yoga is life-changing. That couldn’t be more true for Taylor Hunt, the owner of Ashtanga Yoga in Columbus, Ohio.
Over six years ago, Hunt was six … Read More
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