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.
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.
After digging into the data, our team was able to develop our 2017 Yoga Studio Benchmark Report, which features the most detailed financial performance data available in the yoga industry.
The benefits of fitness networking are innumerable, from generating awareness of your business to positioning yourself as a thought leader to sharing knowledge.
As a yoga teacher, it is a great feeling to fully commit to sharing your practice with others via the decision to open your own studio. Whether you are just starting out or have been running your own studio for a while, here are some tips for running a successful yoga business.
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.