When it comes to your teaching staff, an important decision needs to occur before you even hire them. Are they going to classified as Independent Contractors or Employees? Both federal … Read More
Yoga can be an intimidating thing to the new client. With the plethora of poses and styles, the beginner yogi can be afraid of ever even trying it.
Christa Smith, … Read More
June 21 is the first day of summer, but more importantly, it’s the International Day of Yoga. Many studios and organizations are hosting events around the world to celebrate the … Read More
Email marketing may not be a new or up and coming marketing strategy, but it is a successful medium that can benefit your studio growth. As you think of ways … Read More
When Jessica Mahler first moved to Washington D.C., she was apprehensive of social media. But overtime, the truth hit her.
“I realized that if I wanted to get anywhere and … Read More
While some yoga studios have punch cards, Wanderlust Yoga Austin has a passport.
“Our passport program is designed for new clients that are doing our introductory offer,” said Maile Floyd, … Read More
Dependability, honesty, compassion, enthusiasm and humility— these are all traits a new hire seeking a yoga teaching position should have, according to the owner of North Carolina’s Embrace Yoga Studio, … Read More
Creating community is a goal of most yoga studios. In this day and age, however, it can be hard to get people off their phones and engaged with the world … Read More
Forty-one percent of Americans say it’s key that businesses have a strong social media presence.
In fact, most of the stats compiled in Hootsuite’s “125+ Essential Social Media Statistics Every … Read More
When it comes to explaining things to someone, the way you naturally speak is almost always much easier to understand than reading text. Because of this, creating video content can … Read More