Research shows that it costs yoga studios 10 times more to attract a new student than it does to retain a current one. We talked to yoga studios to find out what they do to retain students and created a detailed guide with simple retention tactics you can begin implementing at your studio this week.
As a martial arts school, you are in a unique position to help educate kids and teach them how to take a stand. October is National Bullying Prevention Month – a great time to get involved.
Key Performance Indicators (aka KPI’s) are financial tools used to measure the effectiveness or profitability of your studio business.
If martial arts schools have anything in common, it’s that they’re all unique, and your approach to student recruitment will be, too. There are some things successful martial arts schools have in common when it comes to having a consistent stream of new students on your roster.
Have you heard of the concept, influence versus authority? It’s an excellent tool for teachers, based on the foundation of using your influence instead of your authority to motivate students.
David, who runs the popular blog Inside the Affiliate, recently wrote about his process for researching member management software and why he recommends Zen Planner.
As a martial arts school, you're ideally positioned to take advantage of this time of year--especially if you use the right marketing opportunities to reach out to elementary school students. Here are four ways to appeal to the back to school crowd and catch their parents' attention as well.
As a yoga studio, you may gather contact information from potential students at local events, through your website or when they come in for a free first class, but do you have a system in place to nurture them towards becoming a permanent student?
Your business depends on these individuals continuing to pay for their membership and your community benefits from them being there as well. While you won’t be able to keep every member who is thinking about leaving, what do you do when someone actually moves forward with cancelling their membership?