kiniyogini

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  1. Wow, this is some really great advice. I'll check out yogafinder.com and give it a try. Yes, I will keep you posted with any new updates. Thanks again for the help.
  2. After fifteen years of owning my own yoga studio, I’ve decided to go back to school on the east coast and pursue a long lived dream of earning a PhD. I’m heartbroken because I love living in California, especially the seaside community that I teach out of. And I will miss my yoga students - we’ve become a close and supportive community over the years. I’m afraid that if word gets out that I’m selling my business, some of my students will lose their trust and go somewhere else, so I’ve decided to look for potential buyers secretly. My broker is listing the business with very vague terms, but the downside is that many of the studio’s great features are kept hidden. It’s a conundrum I can’t seem to get around. I’ve thought about selling my studio to my teachers, whom are great at what they do, but they don’t have the desire nor knack for running a business. Besides, I don’t want the competing studios to find out...word gets around fast. What are my best options for advertising my studio to the most qualified people as possible without getting the word out to the general community? How do I know I’ve found someone who I can trust to run the business as successful or more so than me? This has been very difficult time for me and I’d appreciate any help I can get. Thank you, Kini Yogini