Yoga is one of the top fitness trends of 2016, driven by the consumer preference towards healthy and sustainable lifestyles. Growth has been strong, but with a relatively high cost of labour and capital costs, profit margins are slim.

This research note focuses on hot yoga studios and their operational sustainability. Is it possible to align the good for both body and planet when the average carbon footprint of hot yoga is eight times higher than regular studios?

The good news is that implementing best practice design and management approaches can reduce this by 40% or more, delivering for the environment and the bottom line.

Click the link below for our top 5 design tips to improve ecological and economic efficiency.

TFC Research Note 2 – Hot Yoga