Yoga StudiosPodcasts & Articles
How can yoga teachers run a successful yoga membership? Allie Van Fossen (she/her) shares how she build her membership to 1000 members, and gives tips yoga teachers thinking about starting a membership or wanting to improve on an existing membership.
Changing your yoga business can be a rewarding challenge. Tammy Fulton (she/her) shares how she navigated the transition to a rental studio model in her yoga studio, moved students to a registered series system, and how everyone benefited from the change.
Through the pandemic, yoga studio owners have faced additional challenges. Nicole Blackwood (she/her) shares the story of how she realized she might need to close her yoga studio, and her efforts to keep it open through these challenging times.
Jenifer Parker shares how a collective studio model is an option we can look at to divide the work between yoga teachers, even without a studio location.
Before you open a yoga studio, here are some things to consider. Shannon Crow talks about the various studio business models and questions to ask yourself.
Shelli Warren, Team and Leadership Coach, joins Shannon in the third episode of the 5-part mini-series, Yoga Studio Business 101. They share what it takes to build a successful team. Shelli draws on her years of corporate experience to help business owners grow, hire and nurture their teams alongside their businesses.
Jo Stewart and Rane Bowen are yoga teachers who had a home studio and built a new one. Here they reveal the nitty, gritty details of what it takes.
In today’s podcast, Brea shares her experience with creating her online yoga studio. Hosting platforms and equipment suggestions are also discussed.
Have you completed your yoga teacher training and are preparing yourself to look for employment? Shannon and Kristen Sweeney have your back with clear steps to getting hired by a yoga studio that, most importantly, is the right fit for you.
Getting Along in the Yoga Studio Original Article by Joyce Slaughter | Edited by Shawn Radcliffe Yoga studios are one big happy community. But like any community, sometimes you need a few guidelines to keep everyone happy and getting along. If you’ve been...
Marina is a New York State certified interior designer and Feng Shui practitioner. She studied architecture at Parsons School of Design and Interior Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology. She also practices yoga and has had the opportunity to visit many yoga studios.