It’s easy to get overwhelmed and unsure of how to be the change but, as a studio owner you have the desire to be inclusive and the platform to create awareness. So what should you say, and what can you do right now to create more racial equity in your yoga business and in the industry as a whole?
Tempted to step away from video recording all together once your studio reopens? That’s a mistake. A strong virtual yoga library is a MAJOR value add for your studio membership. Drive membership sales way up with this positioning.
How do you merge your physical studio you and the online studio you’ve created recently? Building a cohesive studio reopening plan is a challenge. There are probably more options than you thought. Let’s take them one by one and find what works for you and your studio.
Learn everything you need to keep your yoga studio afloat during social distancing. We’ve covered everything from online classes and staff management to the new CARES Act.
It’s time to start planning your comeback! Get in the know about next steps for reopening your yoga studio – from learning local regulations to pricing modifications and collecting supplies.
Your online schedule doesn’t have to look the same as your in-person class schedule did. It can be shorter. Different times might work better. Think about your specific community’s needs when you decide on an online class schedule.
If you’re transitioning your studio to online-only for a time, you’ll need to make changes to your pay structure. Telling your staff they’re going to take a pay cut isn’t easy. Make it easier by keeping the conversation focused on supporting your staff however you can during this difficult time.
Keep on top of the latest news in small business funding with a look into the CARES act. Learn what SBA loans and the Payroll Protection Program can do for your yoga studio.
Now is the time to guard your cash flow. Cutting expenses seems like a huge task. But lots of small adjustments can add up… and make a big difference to your studio.