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4 ways to promote your yoga center

One cannot use hard-sell tactics to promote services like yoga
By Carlo P. Mallo |

Practicing and promoting yoga can be both simple and complex. Unlike the million and one products out in the market today, one cannot hard-sell yoga like one would do to a detergent. The premise of yoga is that it is a personal experience, different from one person to another, thus hard-selling is not an option.

In the next few days, a group of yoga instructors are going to open Urban Ashram Manila on Brixton Street in Kapitolyo, Pasig. Yes, it might sound familiar but you just can\\\'t put your finger on it, right?

Chances are you have seen the Urban Ashram Manila Facebook page, saw the name mentioned in your timeline on Twitter, or you had a glimpse of their leaflet. Like the very notion of yoga, even the way it is marketed goes beyond aesthetics.

"We did not engage in mainstream media as it is very expensive. We looked at other ways of promoting our brand in the most effective and cost-efficient manner," said Maricar Holopainen, one of the teacher-owners of the center.

 

Maricar shared with Entrepreneur.com.ph how they are marketing their brand without going mainstream in the gallery below.

For more details on the yoga center, please log on to www.urbanashrammanila.com or call (+63) 917.8819642 or (02) 377.9642.

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