Making your studio space work for you doesn’t have to be a grand undertaking.
Truly Yoga Studio in Newark, Delaware, is made up of a shopping-center space that is a … Read More
Kat Robinson opened Active Kat Yoga in Doniphan, Missouri, 15 years ago. Doniphan is a considerably much smaller town than the large metropolitans of the state like Kansas City or … Read More
While proper alignment is key in class, at Create Yoga it’s also essential in partnership.
“[We partner with] companies that align with our values, as well as companies that want … Read More
With so much going on in your studio, staff meetings can get lost.
Should you make time for a meeting with your teachers and staff? Perhaps things are running smoothly … Read More
Sixty percent of people say they discover new products on Instagram. On top of that, 75 percent of Instagrammers take action after being inspired by a post.
These two statistics … 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
Sometimes the body wants what the body wants. Your students may wake up and feel as though they are in some sort of funk and everything seems off, or they … Read More
If someone fills out an interest form on your website at 9 a.m., it doesn’t take long for them to move on if they don’t get a response.
But, as … Read More
When you look up the word “mentor” in Merriam-Webster, you’ll find a short description: a trusted counselor or guide.
Often, going it alone or figuring it out by yourself can … Read More
The flooring within your studio is literally its foundation — the place where students hone their practice and work to ground themselves. Therefore, ensuring you have the right flooring must be conducive … Read More