Three studios hold outdoor classes: One makes a profit, one breaks even and one loses money. Here’s how they’re doing it, and why they all say it’s worth it.
With a smart, flexible reopening plan, studio owners can keep clients safe and happy—and be responsive to ever-changing, unpredictable COVID-19 restrictions.
Why digital end-of-year performances were the best option for these three studios—and how they pulled them off.
How the Tutu School franchise is dealing with COVID-19—and helping its franchisees do the same.
This studio owner had the foresight to identify the sticking points for teaching Zoom dance classes—like the need for silent communication methods with students—and to invest in training her teaching staff to succeed.
Dana and Hugo Adames started out in 2004 with two dance studios in 1,400 square feet of space. Through moving twice and opening a second…
This studio owner discovered that for some families reaching out was as valuable to them as the Zoom classes she was creating.
Three studios on the innovative ways they’re honoring the class of 2020—all while bringing added value to their customers and attention to their businesses.
Here’s how three dance studio owners rejiggered their recitals for COVID-19, and the business decisions that went into it
Rachel Arnold’s homework packets and faculty book clubs keep her studio business healthy during COVID-19 by focusing on community and commitment.