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Opening a Cafe/ Yoga Studio?
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August 14, 2010 - 12:50 am
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I've read up on owning a cafe and owning a yoga studio, but unfortunately, there I haven't had any luck finding anything on owning a combination of the two. Any tips or links? My business plan is to have a cafe downstairs and a yoga studio upstairs. The studio would be donation-based, leaving the cafe to keep the business afloat. What are the options for starting this kind of business? Would I have to buy a building that fits my buisness plan?

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September 17, 2014 - 7:38 am
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This is a great idea.

will show you few links of cafe and yoga studio 🙂 It is also targeting the right market and flourishing one business and the other cause it supports both.

https://jivamuktiyoga.com/centers/jivamuktea-cafe

https://www.tripadvisor.com.ph/Attraction_Review-g293924-d4211370-Reviews-Zenith_Yoga_Studio_II_Cafe-Hanoi.html

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You want to make sure that you understand the restaurant business in this case. Maintaining a profitable cafe is a full-time business and an art within itself.

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true Jatwilla, there is inventory and people management. It is also important that you're establishment become a social place where people develop relationships. And i'll tell you they will keep on coming back...

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