It’s not uncommon for yoga studio owners to hire teachers as independent contractors. However, some studio owners are finding themselves caught in legal battles over the classification of their teachers.
How can you encourage your students to spread the word about you? Sometimes they'll do it naturally, of course, if they are happy with their experience there, but a little incentive can go a long way when it comes to word of mouth advertising.
Have you thought about different ways to bring in more revenue at your school? Most schools sell gear like gis and belts for the convenience of their students, but this is by no means the only thing a martial arts school can do for profit that their students will love.
It's one thing to teach students; it's another to teach teachers. But even if you're not ready for that, it doesn't mean a YTT at your studio is off the table.
Fortunately, there are many available methods for schools to appeal to adults that will help them fit martial arts into a modern working lifestyle. The keys to filling adult classes are to emphasize the real-world benefits of study and to offer adult-friendly class times.
Last week, I kicked off my series on how to write a strong business plan for your box. I covered the importance of developing a mission and vision and why you need to consider your high-level goals. Today we’ll continue this series by developing your unique service.
This four-part blog series is a step-by-step guide to writing a business plan. In it, I’ll give you the equations you’ll need to be successful. Every gym is different, but the best have things in common.