When you’re busy running from class to class, there’s little extra time to devote to the task of class planning. When that happens, it’s easy to teach the same material or use the same playlist again and again.
Social media can seem like a daunting undertaking, but with a little nurturing, you’ll see that social media can be very beneficial to your business. These tips will help you ditch the social media stress and get centered.
If you currently own or manage a yoga studio, or if you’re planning to open one in the near future, that means you have a tremendous opportunity, but it also means you’re likely to face a lot of competition. You need a smart plan to market your studio, because unless you’re effective in getting the word out, you’re not going to achieve the success you’ve dreamed of.
We commonly hear studio owners ask about the best ways to run their business. So we dove into it. After analyzing the results, we uncovered the top three things thriving studios around the world are doing to run successful businesses.
Consumers are craving a variety of classes with the least amount of commitment at the lowest price until they choose the community or fitness routine that’s the perfect fit. This is why so many people are turning to ClassPass for their monthly gym membership.
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.
We commonly hear yoga studio owners asking whether or not they should run a Groupon promotion to help bring in a fresh batch of students. There isn’t a simple yes or no answer, as it truly depends on the specific needs of your studio.