How to Open a Yoga Studio Part 3: Location, Location…You Get the Picture
Finally, finding a spot that doesn’t require a long commute can also make a positive impact on your life. Jonathan Fields, a corporate lawyer-turned-yoga teacher and owner of two-year-old Sonic Yoga in Manhattan, says he'd investigated buildings all around New York and hadn’t found the right space when he noticed an available studio four blocks from where he lives. "I had a newborn daughter at the time and I remember thinking, ‘This is too good to be true,'" he recalls now. Thankfully for him, it wasn’t.
Constance Loizos is a San Francisco-based writer whose work has appeared in more than a dozen magazines, including Inc., Fast Company, and San Francisco Magazine. She is currently writing a book about businesswomen.
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