MatFresher Blog

December 23, 2020


While yoga studios have been preparing to re-open their doors, the MatFresher team has consulted many on their post-quarantine plan of action. From these surveys, we learned that one of the highest priorities after cleanliness is ensuring the happiness of their staff. This is, of course, paired with maintaining safety for students. We have compiled […]... Continue reading

December 15, 2020

What Does it Take to be the Best Yoga Teacher

Yoga as a health and wellness trend is exploding. There are currently 6,000 yoga studios in the U.S. and 62% of studio owners report their space is dedicated entirely to just yoga.  Almost half of those studios report serving 100 and 500 people per week. More than 36 million Americans practice yoga. There are thought […]... Continue reading

November 15, 2020

Three Things to Learn from COVID for Studios Owners

There is endless talk about COVID-19 and how it’s been affecting fitness and small boutique fitness studios. Although many face mandatory closings, limited class sizes and other restrictions, there is a little sunshine from the tragedy.    This is a great time to re-evaluate how you’re doing business.  Taking a hard look at expenses is […]... Continue reading

November 1, 2020

MatFresher can bring peace of mind and get members back to their practice

As we head into the holiday season,  gyms and yoga studios are still struggling with this year’s pandemic and the effects it has had on their businesses. Many have added additional safety and sanitation protocols. They are hoping to attract new members or slowly gain the confidence of hesitant members wanting to come back. Cleaning […]... Continue reading

October 15, 2020

How to increase profitability during Covid

While hundreds of gyms and studios remain closed or partly open, due to COVID-19 guidelines, businesses are struggling to keep their doors open. Businesses are struggling with financial sustainability. Membership is down, and people are still hesitant to return to indoor facilities. Business owners must pivot and find new ways to attract members and revenue. Safety […]... Continue reading

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