Feb 13, 2020
Kim is in the process of opening
a yoga studio in an up-and-coming neighborhood in
New York City. While she waits for
her permits and paperwork to go through, she takes the opportunity
to get some one-on-one coaching from Mado about her unique vision.
In addition to being in an owner/administrative role, Kim wants to
be a practitioner at her own studio. Listen as Mado offers some
reflections and strategies to help her be successful as a new yoga
to be able to practice at the studio as the owner without getting
overwhelmed by the day to day tasks and things that come
- Bringing a yoga mindset into the experience of
opening a studio.
- Creating structure in your schedule so that you
get time to recharge.
- Holding boundaries for ourselves in business
and leadership roles.
importance of having a support person such as a manager or
assistant and what skill sets to look for when hiring this
to communicate with employees and clients and maintain integrity
around your relationships.
- Suggestions for sales and promotions that have
proven to work well for yoga studios.
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