How to Adjust Your Pricing for a Hybrid Studio Environment

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To put it mildly, things have changed since you drafted your original pricing model, so as you begin to think about reopening your in-studio classes in stages, with smaller class sizes and different operating costs, have you adjusted it? Switching up your business model may be the last thing you want to do in these tumultuous times, but it could be what keeps you in business for the long term.

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