With its ability to relieve stress, undo the day’s tension and poor posture, strengthen from the inside out and rejuvenate, we could all use a little yoga in our lives right now.
Yoga studios, whether operating virtually or in-person, are uniquely positioned to help people who have been stuck at home. However, there are also a lot of challenges that come with operating a yoga studio during a pandemic.
Many of the features that make a yoga class so amazing — focused breathing exercises, hands-on instruction, close-knit community, etc. — also present increased risk amidst the COVID pandemic.
Even as restrictions are lessened and vaccinations are more widespread, your members want to know that you’ll not only provide them with a relaxing, strengthening and rejuvenating experience, but also a safe experience.
The pandemic has forced small businesses in every industry to make changes and stay nimble. The fitness industry is certainly no exception. But, the good news is that there are many things you can do to win, even now.