Emily Feinberg, the programming director and a teacher at SKY TING in New York, said the studio has been a customer of JadeYoga’s since 2015.
“We used Jade mats at … Read More
“Know you are enough.”
As I open up to the first page of “Yoga for Life: A Journey to Inner Peace and Freedom” by Colleen Saidman Yee, my attention is … Read More
Sigrid Matthews, a co-owner of Black Dog Yoga, has always been to offer a friendly, non-competitive environment where yogis can build community and learn yoga. Below she discusses the importance … Read More
We all know business plans are important, and you likely fully intend to create one, someday. Consider this a friendly reminder that it’s critical to have a business plan, even … Read More
We are always hearing about how networking is an important part of creating and maintaining a business, but using this skill to create lasting and meaningful partnerships is just as … Read More
A rip current is a fast-moving, narrow channel of water that can move either along or away from a shoreline, threatening any swimmer in its path. Most swimmers caught up … Read More
Everyone is recovering from something.
This phrase was spoken by Heidi Sormaz, the owner of Fresh Yoga in New Haven, Connecticut. As a member of Al-Anon, a worldwide fellowship that … Read More
Although yoga has grown in popularity over the past couple of decades, one thing is glaringly obvious: the overwhelming majority of yoga instructors and students in America are women.
However, … Read More
Various factors come into play for studios when it comes to the success rates of retreats. Time of year, demographic of clients interested in attending, and cost are all at … Read More
Connection. That is Alice Gantman’s buzzword when it comes to her usage of social media.
“I would say our big goal is connection,” said the owner of Heartfelt Yoga Studio … Read More
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