The information provided on this website is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy a franchise. An offer or solicitation can only be completed after the required F.D.D. (Federal Disclosure Document) has been sent to the prospect franchisee as required by the F.T.C. (Federal Trade Commission). This communication is not directed to residents of any jurisdiction that requires registration of a franchise prior to offering and selling a franchise in such jurisdiction. No franchises will be sold to any resident of any such jurisdiction until the offering has been registered and declared effective by such jurisdiction and the required F.D.D. offering circular has been delivered to the prospective franchisee in compliance with applicable law. At the present time, we are not registered in any of the following states, and therefore do not and cannot solicit franchise sales in or direct offers to these states: HI, CA, CT, IL, KY, ME, NE, NC, OR, SC, TX, UT, IN, MD, MI, MN, NY, ND, RI, SD, VA, WA, and WI. However, if you live in one of these states and are interested in franchising, contact us for our registration plan / schedule with that state or any of the other states.
There is no particular experience necessary in business or in Yoga. We will train you. Our operations manual includes guidelines and considerations for hiring competent teaching staff. We train your staff at Training Central™ on the 1 on 1 Sales System™ and the operation of a 1 on 1 Yoga Studio.
The majority of your revenue will be derived from private and semiprivate yoga membership sales. Each member has the option to pay in full or pay a down payment plus weekly payments via EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer). An EFT payment can be made using a credit card, checking account, or savings account. The Membership rates you charge may vary based on area demographics and the offerings at your studio. We can help you set your pricing structure. There are a variety of other revenue streams that you can implement: Yoga workshops and trainings, retail sales, a coffee/tea/juice bar and vending are some of the more effective revenue streams that can add to your bottom line.
The franchising industry is regulated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Consumer protection laws do not allow us to advertise or state that you will make any particular amount of money. Profitability will depend upon many factors, such as: location, population density, per capita income, operating expenses, management expertise and sales abilities. That’s why your new studio must be carefully planned out and you must diligently study and practice all the nuances of the 1 on 1 Sales System.
We offer an on-line “Calculator Spreadsheet” whereby you can enter a number of particular courses sold during a particular week and it will project the gross income generated per week, month and year. This spread sheet is for entertainment and goal setting only and not a guarantee of what you will make.
That decision is completely up to you. Some owners maintain full-time jobs or are absentee owners and watch over the operation of their studio with occasional check-ups. Other owners operate their 1 on 1 Yoga Studio as a full-time job. Depending on your circumstances, it can work both ways.
Yes. You will be granted an exclusive territory. Your franchise sales representative can discuss with you how 1 on 1 Yoga implements its territory development.
We conduct a demographic study to help you determine which city or area offers a viable market and also offer assistance on selecting an appropriate site, both of which will get your franchise off to a great start. Please see the site location tab on the menu for the demographics we are looking for.
As much help as you need. We use third-party professionals to assist you with real estate negotiations and contractor build-outs. Remember, your success is our success. Our income is tied to yours. Therefore, we will do whatever it takes to get you started in the right manner.
Yes you can. Our operations manual provides guidelines and considerations for hiring your staff. We train everyone for you on the 1 on 1 Sales System™ at our Training Central™ facility. You can be an absentee owner of multiple studios if you wish and there is a discount in the franchise fee for multiple purchases.
Yes you can. And, you will get a per studio discount in the franchise fees to boot. You will need to show you have the financial strength to support the project and submit an opening schedule for each studio.
Yes. We will provide you with a design guide with sample floor plans and color charts for a standard 1 on 1 Studio all the way up to a mega 1 on 1 Studio with a boutique and juice/tea/coffee café.
Yes, and we will give you a heck of a deal if you do. We have a program that can substantially discount the franchise fee plus give you credit for all the costs of the conversion (rebranding) like new signage, literature etc. The 1 on 1 Yoga brand can be meshed with your current brand if you wish. We also give you a moratorium on paying royalties on income generated by your old student agreements.
In comparison to other comparable franchises, the fees for a 1 on 1 Yoga Franchise are quite low. Our fee structure includes a one-time $19,900 franchise fee and an ongoing 6% royalty to help support the franchise infrastructure. The franchise fee may very well be covered by the sales made in the first 30-60 days of business.
Existing yoga studios that wish to convert to a 1 on 1 Yoga Studio usually get a substantial discount based on many factors including area demographics, studio size, number of students, monthly gross etc.
The 1 on 1 Yoga Franchise, Inc. does not offer any direct financing but does recommend a third party finance expert to guide the franchisee to over a hundred commercial financing sources. Additionally, we have secured a third party Lease Company that will lease you wall-to-wall Yoga mat/flooring, furnishings, signage, computers and a security system saving you thousands on your studio build out.
The term of a 1 on 1 Yoga franchise is 10 years with two 5 year options. The options can cost anywhere from one dollar up to a maximum of 50% of the then current cost of the franchise. The amount will be driven by the amount of service required by the franchisee.
Minimally, a studio should have at least one office, a receptionist area, one to two class rooms and two to three private lesson rooms. This would entail about 2000 to 2800 square feet.
If you opt for an expanded retail space and juice/tea/coffee another 500 or so square feet may be needed.
An optimal size for a studio is 2800 to 4500+ square feet. This would allow for additional private and semiprivate class rooms and a small daycare area for the children of nonworking mothers.
A 1 on 1 Yoga Franchise is full service franchise providing a full menu of Marketing, Advertising, & Sales Training, Equipment lease assistance, Student & Business Management and on-going Education. Additionally, our Yoga Call-Center sells & schedules new students for you. Your receptionist does not need drop everything to answer the phone to sell an intro course.
With 1 on 1 Yoga, the training never really stops. Initially, we have a mandatory, 70-hour (+/-) 8-day training program at our corporate office in Miami Beach, Florida for you and/or your manager. There is a cost of $1000 per person that covers the payroll of the teachers. Once completed, we provide daily or weekly assistance via the phone, onsite visits, email communications, and occasional webinars. Assistance is available for as long as you need it. There is no additional cost for this valuable training and assistance.
When you become a franchisee, you will be granted access to our online operations manual. This is a web-based program that is regularly updated with new information. It contains hundreds of topics designed to help you launch and operate a 1 on 1 Yoga franchise.
Yes we do. A 6% or $150/week royalty, whichever is more. It is required to help defray the cost of infrastructure and support staff. The royalty rate is expected to increase to 8% as our costs increase in the future but as of now, it is 6%. Those franchisees that contract at the 6% royalty rate will stay at 6%. The future new-comer franchisees will be at 8%.
Our Federal Disclosure Document (FDD) lays out all of your expenses to open a 1 on 1 Yoga Studio. If you pay cash for everything, your out of pocket investment would be $52,650 to $286,500 depending upon the size, build-out cost and rental cost of your studio. Leasing your mats, furniture, signage and equipment may well lower your initial investment.
Yes. This is your business and you can subcontract your space as you see fit. However, you must get franchisor approval. The 1 on 1 Yoga brand must be protected. Also, subcontracted businesses within a 1 on 1 studio location must pay royalty and advertising fees where applicable. Our marketing program will support them as well. It’s all about the traffic.
Yes. There is a national advertising fund that advertises for the entire studio chain. The fee is 2% of gross or $50/wk., whichever is more. Then, there is an additional 6% of gross or $250/wk. dedicated to the local and regional advertising for your studio. The pooling of this money by the studios in the 1 on 1 Yoga Colony creates an advertising budget that is unheard of in the Yoga community. Retail and refreshment sales revenue must be included in the total gross of the franchise as advertising campaigns include these additional revenue streams.
Obviously other yoga studios along with fitness gyms and community centers would be considered competitors. Most yoga studios and community centers have no sales systems. Regardless, we can help you evaluate the competition prior to you making a commitment.
Step one is to inquire. Fill out the “Let’s schedule a call” form below and submit it. Choose the subject you are inquiring about i.e. Teacher, Manager, Ambassador or Franchise. You can choose more than one if you wish by resubmitting the form again.
Upon our receipt of your inquiry and if you are a resident of a licensed state, a member of our Franchise Team will contact you by telephone. This call is meant to answer any questions you might have and for both sides to determine whether becoming a 1 on 1 Yoga Franchisee would be a good fit for you.
Should it appear that becoming a 1 on 1 Yoga Franchisee would indeed be a good fit, we will send you a current copy of the FTC required F.D.D. (Federal Disclosure Document, which includes a copy of our 1 on 1 Yoga Franchise Agreement) for your detailed review and understanding of all the elements of a 1 on 1 Yoga franchise.
By law, you have 14 days to study the F.D.D. material, speak to your lawyer and/or accountant and do whatever due diligence you feel comfortable doing. On the 15th day, you can request that a formal application be sent to you. With your submission of the formal application you can reserve your territory by simply adding it to your formal application and sending it in along with a $900.00 deposit. If your formal application is denied for any reason, your deposit will be fully refunded. If accepted, let’s get your final paperwork and training done and get your 1 on 1 Yoga Studio open and operating. Welcome Aboard!