YOGIS IN THE PRESS
How these DFW small businesses are making their mark on the $27B fitness Industry
The gym, health and fitness industry is a roughly $27 billion market in the U.S., reports research company IBIS World. But while the sector is still dominated by Titans like Planet Fitness, Gold’s Gym and Lifetime Fitness, analysts say demand is shifting toward smaller clubs and fitness facilities.
According to Matt Powell, vice president and industry analysts for sports and leisure trends at market research company NPD Group, consumers are opting for focused and personalized workouts.
Yogis On The Go will come to you, anywhere in Dallas
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Yogis On The Go will come to you, anywhere in Dallas
Great news, Dallas! No matter how busy you are, who you are with or where you happen to be, Yogis On The Go can help you get your yoga on according to your schedule and your needs or level of skill. This is the first yoga service of its kind in DFW and it is ready to serve you.
Awareness, mindfulness, strength and physical health are just a few of the benefits we know yoga contributes to. Add to this relaxation, refreshment and “me time.” instructors with hundreds of hours of experience bring these gifts to you. You don’t even need equipment for music, they will bring the tunes and quality-sound system equipment to your location as well. So forget stressing about getting to yoga class on someone else’s time, schedule or distant location, when you can make yoga part of your routine tranquilly.
3 Easy Ways Yoga Helps To Reduce Stress
When it comes to the workplace, stress is often inevitable. Did you know that more heart attacks and other cardiovascular events occur on Mondays, rather than any other day of the week? This “Monday cardiac-phenomenon” is believed to be related to work stress1. But, what about at home and in the classroom? According to a recent survey conducted by the American Psychological Association2, the average American’s reported stress level, regardless of age, occupation and income, is 4.9 on a 10-point scale. Though the numbers have fallen from years past, Americans are still living with stress levels higher than what we believe to be healthy, and over 20 percent say they are not doing enough to manage their stress.
Five on Three: Yogis On The Go
Yogis On The Go is a Dallas-based mobile yoga services provider, offering classes for all ages and skill levels, allowing clients to host yoga anytime, anywhere, including office buildings, apartment complexes, company and government organizations, or as part of a wellness program, club, group or charity event. Whether you are just beginning or you have been practicing for years, Yogis on the Go is there to encourage and to help you take your yoga practice to the next level.
Yogis On The Go Brings Yoga Classes to Anyone, Anywhere in Dallas-Fort Worth, at Any Time
Yoga Service Brings the Yoga Studio to Consumers and Businesses Through Convenient In-Home and In-Office Classes
Don’t have time to go to the gym? Looking for an escape from the inbox? Interested in a way to engage your employees, relieve stress and promote community culture? Yogis On The Go has reinvented the yoga business model to break down barriers and intimidation and empower businesses, organizations and individuals to learn yoga, reduce stress, improve focus and mindset, and help enhance their overall health and wellbeing.
Strong and Steady: A Dallas transactional attorney finds peace and patience in yoga.
Nov, 2015. Interview by: LINDSAY STAFFORD MADER
Three years ago, Matthew Sanderson walked into a Dallas yoga studio, alone and apprehensive. He had done yoga videos at home a few times but was new to doing group classes in public. Sanderson, a 38-year-old member in Gray Reed & McGraw, found himself laying down a mat next to strangers in an attempt to improve his professional life. To be better at his job, he knew he would need to make it more personally rewarding. So he decided that an exercise routine would be helpful, and yoga was the only thing that fit the father of two’s crazy schedule.
Exclusive: Developer luring startups to Dallas’ new ‘Tech Mecca’
Dec 18, 2014, 11:05am CST Updated: Dec 19, 2014, 2:33pm CST
San Francisco developer Mike Sarimsakci‘s vision for redeveloping downtown Dallas spans beyond buying old property and upgrading facilities. It includes building an entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The developer, who made headlines last year after buying the 20-year vacant building at 211 N. Ervay called Alto 211, is catering his 18-story building around the lifestyles of tech startups, artists and creative entrepreneurs. This means offering them custom designed modern space, with options for furnishings and flexible lease terms, including no personal or corporate guarantee.