With yoga gaining popularity in the United States, selling retail at studios has become expected by members. Whether you’ve considered selling retail at your studio or dismissed the idea all together, it may be worth weighing the benefits.
The first day of spring has come and gone, but that doesn't mean it’s too late to do some sprucing up around your business. So, with that spirit in mind, let’s explore how to freshen up your gym membership retention strategy in the coming months.
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.
The least exciting aspect of running a box is the financial management part. If you wanted to be an accountant, you’d be sitting at a desk wearing a suit and tie. But you don’t, and we can help. We talked to some financial management experts and came up with these tips to help you manage your future box’s finances as smoothly as you do those double unders.
Starting a yoga business is an exciting, and sometimes even daunting, venture. You have the passion for yoga, which is the first step, but you also need insight into what other studios have done to build successful businesses.
The customer journey refers to the path prospects take to become customers. Mapping out this process is a useful exercise because it allows you as the business owner to identify the stages you’re currently communicating with your prospects and where you may be dropping the ball.
Too often business owners get lost in the day-to-day running of things and forget to take the time to be strategic. But creating a well structured business plan for your martial arts school has many benefits
At Zen Planner, the goal of the Onboarding Team is to make you feel comfortable with the basics of your database so you can get it up and running as quickly as possible. We like to hear details about your business so we can focus on the functionality within Zen Planner that is most important to you.
Let your opening and closing procedures be a starting point for systematizing and documenting your operations. With documented opening and closing steps, your team will know what needs to happen each day, and you’ll know things are going to be done right.