I represent yoga and other wellness businesses.

I have practiced business law for 20 years and I specialize in representing the wellness community. I represent many studios, entrepreneurs and yoga teachers. I have written books on yoga law. I am passionate about supporting the wellness community, and I bring creativity and sound advice to every project. I am a yoga teacher and I understand your business. My rates are affordable because I specialize and I wish to serve our community.

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  Yoga teacher training programs have been expanding at a rapid rate and they have become an important profit center for many yoga studios. However, as a result, I am now getting lots of calls about conflicts between students and the schools. There have been disputes among students, teachers and studio owners, complaints to state […]

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  ASCAP is the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. It is a membership association of more than 500,000 composers, songwriters, lyricists and music publishers of every kind of music. It represents hundreds of thousands of music creators worldwide. ASCAP protects the rights of its members by licensing and distributing royalties for the non-dramatic […]

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I have been in many yoga classes where, at the beginning of class,  the teacher asks whether any students have an injury.  Sometimes the students describe their injuries openly in the class.  Other times the teachers visit with the students privately (usually in child posture) because some students may be reluctant to discuss their injuries […]

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Don’t Sign That Lease! (Yet) Signing a lease is one of the most important economic actions that you will take as the owner of a yoga or wellness studio. The key point of this post is that you must read, understand and negotiate your lease. There is no such thing as a “standard” lease and […]

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