1. Choose a location: Consider the size of your studio, access to parking and public transportation, as well as visibility from the street.
2. Secure financing: Consider taking out loans or applying for grants and other forms of funding available to you.
3. Set up your studio: Decide on the type of equipment you need, design the layout and install any necessary safety features such as mirrors, heating/cooling systems, etc.
4. Hire instructors and staff: Depending on the size of your studio, consider hiring assistant instructors or other staff members to help with day-to-day operations.
5. Market your studio: Develop a comprehensive marketing plan, advertise through local media and on social media platforms, as well as send out promotional materials to potential customers.
6. Develop classes and schedules: Offer Jazzercise classes of varying difficulty levels, create a schedule with times and days that are convenient for both you and your customers.
7. Develop pricing and payment plans: Determine a pricing structure that is fair to both you and your customers, consider offering discounts or other incentives.
8. Create policies and procedures: Consider creating guidelines for instructors and staff, as well as policies for cancellations, refunds and other important details related to class participation.
9. Set up a customer database: Use a software system or online platform to manage customer information, such as contact details and payment records.
10. Maintain high standards of excellence: Invest in regular staff training, provide clean facilities and equipment, and ensure that all instructors are qualified and well-prepared to lead classes.