The Yoga Collective is not simply a re-branding exercise. Rather, if Sadhana Yoga studio is to survive in its current location of Miramar then individual members need to act collectively by committing to a 12 month membership at our studio.
With outgoing costs constantly rising, and a lease locked in for at least a year, the only way the studio can stay viable is for people to become members, sharing the common objective of ‘a sustainable yoga studio in Miramar’. Equally, our teachers will continue to commit to students by offering good quality classes, as well as a variety of yoga/ meditation/ kirtan classes. We aim to deliver up 10 classes a week, with additional koha classes.
The collective nature of the business also means that we invite open discussion/feedback from members, particularly when outcomes may affect our local yoga community. Hence we have an open meeting set for Friday 1st July at 6pm. Everyone who is interested in the future of Miramar yoga is welcome.
The Yoga Collective is not a consensus driven collective, which means we care about about what people want and expect from us as service providers, but ultimately the decisions lay with the person taking on the lease and all the expenses. Moreover, different memberships have different levels of member commitment. With Core and Regular members committing to 12 months and Keyholder members committing to supporting the studio and teachers through additional ‘seva’ or service.
Join us at 9 Park Road this Friday at 6pm for an open discussion. The future of yoga in Miramar is in your hands!
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I just emailed this to LBJ – the entire Weta digital intranet.
On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 11:57 PM, Sadhana Yoga NZ – Miramar wrote:
> Sadhana Yoga posted: ” The Yoga Collective is not simply > a re-branding exercise. Rather, if Sadhana Yoga studio is to survive in its > current location of Miramar then individual members need to act > collectively by committing to a 12 month membership at our studio. With > outgoi” >