What we do
Places to Yoga is the latest innovation from Purely Branded – a branding and marketing company whose experience in web marketing and promotion goes all the way back to 1998.
We’ve put all of our passion and experience into building Places to Yoga. Places to Yoga is the best resource for Yoga Studio Owners who wish to advertise and promote their studios to a growing market, and by so doing spreading the knowledge and benefits of Yoga.
How we do it
With over 20 years of experience helping small businesses succeed, we created a new marketing resource every Yoga Studio Owner should use! We offer everything a Yoga Studio Owner needs to fully utilize everything the web has to offer.
Why we do it
Over our years of experience, we noticed a true demand in the marketplace. Small to medium sized businesses were simply unable to compete with large companies, and therefore were left in the dust when the Internet became popular. Nowadays, these same businesses continue to struggle with the ever changing world of Internet Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Social Networking, Blogs, Analytics, and much more. With most small business owners spending the majority of their time running and growing their businesses, an insufficient amount of focus is left for matters of the web.
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In short, I have been practicing yoga for 5 years. I have practiced many styles and finally decided on Purna Yoga as the style of my choice. In July 2013, I enrolled at All Life Is Yoga’s (www.alllifeisyoga.com) studio to complete the 200 hour teacher training with Rutu Chaudhari. By the way, Rutu is AMAZING! […]continue reading
Camel Pose and the Grieving Process
Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of the death of my stepfather. I spent the majority of the day denying my emotions. But then I did a camel pose. My day started early. I was up by 6:30 a.m. I phoned my mother around 7:30 a.m. but made no mention of the significance of the day. […]continue reading
How would you describe yourself to a Forensic Artist?
If you take the time to realize how hard we are on ourselves, you may realize the extraordinary amount of energy we waste criticizing ourselves. We constantly “not thin enough”, “too thin”, “too tall”, “too short”, “not smart enough”, “not good enough”. Do you every have those thoughts about yourself? And to bring this around […]continue reading