Zen Planner’s third Annual Yoga Studio Benchmark Report is a great place to measure where you fit in the current landscape and uncover your path to growth and success.
To better understand how the industry is changing year over year, we zoomed out and compared the past two yoga studio reports.
The Telluride Yoga Festival will take place June 27-30 in beautiful Telluride, CO.
The third Annual Yoga Studio Benchmark Report is here!
Yoga studio pricing can be challenging, but charging what you’re worth should be an easy decision. In order to create impact through your yoga passion, the business must be in a healthy and centered state.
Building and leading a team is one of the most difficult aspects of any business. In the yoga industry, a centered staff is paramount.
Things are going well, so it only makes sense to consider selling retail products at your studio too. To help you make your decision we’re going to cover the pros and cons of retail sales.
It’s one thing to teach students, but it’s another to teach teachers. Even if you’re not ready for that, it doesn’t mean a YTT at your studio is off the table.
Owning a business isn’t easy. You are managing a class schedule, developing your staff, maintaining the facility, paying bills, thinking about growth and you also have a personal life (hopefully) outside of the studio.
While the level of detail will vary, if your studio has a blog then it’s worth your time to create a documented blogging strategy. Blogging can be as simple or as complex as you choose to make it. With that, there are some common components most blogging strategies should consider.