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A Place for All: Using your Facility Space for Community Meetings and Programs

Making your facility space available for community meetings and programs won’t only increase the usage of your facility, it will also expose additional community members to new activities and experiences. As you open your space to these gatherings, it’s important to provide a variety of options and a fair process for creating reservations, to offer the best experience for community groups.

5 Tips for Getting Children Starting Fitness Early

Across North America, obesity in youth has grown in prevalence over several decades. The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that childhood obesity has “doubled in children and quadrupled in adolescents in the past 30 years,” affecting children as young as six years old. 

Feature Focus: Adding Members to a Family Account

Ever wished you could group contacts together and easily identify their relationships to each other? With PerfectMind's family account feature, you can add family members to shared accounts, enabling them to share membership credits and cash rewards, create a family login, and view everyone's information from a single account page.

Secrets to Building a Great Referral Program for your Yoga Studio

Referral programs are one of the best ways to attract new clients, while keeping your current yogis engaged. Earning recommendations from trusted sources, such as family and friends, is an assured step to seeing a surge in new members. Though it’s possible that your current clientele will help you spread the word, it’s often beneficial to move things along by offering incentives to your members.

[Webinar] How to Successfully Incorporate Tournament Competition at your School

  • Tournament competition creates a path for your students to become champions. Successfully incorporating tournament competition at your school, however, requires a comprehensive strategy both on and off the mat. As Mark Russo illuminates the foundations for tournament success, he also addresses the long-standing debate between school owners and instructors alike on whether more traditional schools should adopt tournament competition. 

 

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