Yoga Studio Owners

Why should I list my studio with Places to Yoga?

Well, first of all, a listing is free, so there’s really no reason not to. Our site is being utilized by yoga enthusiasts every day, and you should give them the opportunity to find your studio. We work tirelessly to promote our website, and in turn each listed studio.

I have a free listing, why would I upgrade my plan?

Our free listings are great, our upgraded plans will make your studio much more prominent on Places to Yoga. The extra features that are available with both our Basic and Premium plans are certain to attract more attention to your listing, and in turn, bring in new students. Our upgraded plans allow for photos, detailed descriptions, complete contact information, directions, and more. Even if your upgraded listing only gets one new student to your studio each year, it already more than paid for itself!

Can you explain the three plans?

I’m ready. What do I do now?

If you are ready to list your yoga studio with Places to Yoga, please click here.

If you are interested in inquiring about one of our other services, please use our contact us page, or simply call us at (304) 462-9642.

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