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CE Workshop | Yoga UX: User Experiences for Yoga Studios, 2013 Business of Yoga Conference

December 11, 2014


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About This Workshop

You may have heard of the word “user experience” (UX) as it relates to website optimization, but how can those practices be applied to your yoga business? At the 2013 Business of Yoga Conference, Katie Myer shared specific UX strategies that yoga studios can use in marketing and communications to design a holistic user experience – in-person and online – that satisfies clients and transforms your business. In addition to her experience as a yoga teacher, Katie is a Certified Usability Analyst (CUA) and user experience strategist.


About the Presenter

Katie Myer

is a Certified Usability Analyst (CUA) and user experience strategist who helps clients across all industries transform brands. Her proven business strategies help studio owners to focus on their passions for teaching yoga and building community. In both 2013 and 2014, Katie was recognized as one of DC’s Best Yoga Instructors by the Washington City Paper’s “Best of DC” Reader’s Poll. Katie is a Content Strategy Lead at the digital agency, Huge.


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