How long has your pole studio been open? I find that after 2-4 years, studio owners hit a wall and can’t seem to push past a plateau of sales.
When we first open our studios, we’re giddy with excitement at all the shiny new possibilities, right? You’ve got notebooks full of ideas: choreographies, class topics, specialty workshops, a vision of a boutique right in your studio for students to glam out in professional polewear.
But it’s really common for owners to run out of energy and enthusiasm after a few years. Or, you’re jaded from trying everything you can think of to get new students coming in the door or past students to come back.(more…)
If you love your pole dance classes and are thinking of taking your hobby to the next level as a professional, keep in mind that, like any other business, teaching dance and fitness professionally comes with a certain amount of responsibility.(more…)