Judi Farrell is the owner and founder of Merchant City Yoga in Glasgow. After visiting her studio on a recent trip to Scotland, I interviewed Judi on her bold branding, her advice on increasing workshop and training enrollment, and the best places to practice yoga in Scotland.
Little Black Leggings has been quiet for the past six weeks.
During this time, my family has been caring for my granny in all of our spare moments. Continue Reading
As I’ve started teaching private yoga classes, one of the more awkward (and most important) practices that I have found myself establishing has been a cancellation policy. Continue Reading
I had the privilege of speaking to yoga teacher + entrepreneur Anita Cheung about her business The Social Yoga, a “nomadic” yoga studio that brings yoga classes, journaling, and sometimes tasty snacks to spaces around Vancouver. She told me how she ensures students know where to find each class, what she does differently in her classes (they’re typically 2 hours long!), and why she invested in developing a unique, bold brand. Continue Reading
I try to err on the side of not stressing the small stuff (I clearly haven’t perfected this, but it’s an ongoing practice)
And, while the changes to Instagram are a big deal in that they will be a departure from what Instagram has done in the past – it’s really not a big deal.
As you may have seen, I just added a Start Here page to Little Black Leggings. I’m excited, as it has always been my intention to include one — I was just waiting to have enough proven content that I could link to.
When you visit a new website, you don’t always instantly “get” it. Where do you find what you’re looking for? What should you be reading first? Continue Reading
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately; about how I’m an amateur.
This is different than impostor syndrome, in fact, I’m sort of reveling in it. Continue Reading