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April 27, 2015
An upscale location, with the ability for you to gain your market share is best. If there are already many small studios in the area, you may want to teach for one of them, so you understand the neighborhood's demographics.
This gives you time to decide, before you commit all of your financial resources to opening a yoga studio - wellness boutique.
Gator: Your advice is blunt, but true. It is said that during the Great Depression there was always money for drinking alcohol, even among the very poor. I think Paul once stated that an educated person would always take care of his or her health.
Although doctors, teachers, and social workers can be found in poor neighborhoods, you will not be able to fill your enrollment with people who see a value in good health. Even if you have an education in a poor neighborhood, your first logical priorities are food and shelter. This may be all a poor family can afford.
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