June 12, 2013 by East Hampton Star
The bright, spacious offices of Mindbody, at the Red Horse Plaza in East Hampton, offer a look at a fast-growing tech company serving the health, beauty, and fitness industries.
June 09, 2013 by Entrepreneur
Poornima Vijayashanker had practiced yoga for more than 6 years when she had a realization: Yoga studios weren’t using technology like they should. Regardless of the studio, she saw yogis who had entered the business thinking they’d be helping students perfect their poses, but were instead spending their time tracking attendance and chasing renewals to stay afloat.
May 17, 2013 by Pacific Coast Times
Three companies from our region will be competing next month in the Greater Los Angeles segment of Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year awards.
Rick Stollmeyer of Mindbody, Jessica Firestone of Tempest Telecom Solutions and Jeff Green of The Trade Desk are among the 19 finalists.
May 14, 2013 by The Boston Globe
How's this for crazy timing?
Jill Shah had just sold her Back Bay startup, Jill's List, on April 15th. The money had just hit her bank account. She hadn't even had a chance to tell her seven employees about the sale yet when she heard two explosions nearby; Shah's company is located on Boylston Street, in between where the first and second bombs went off on Marathon Monday.
April 25, 2013 by Tech Hive
Your smartphone may not be the first place you go to when looking for advice on your yoga practice—after all, the latter is about being in touch with your body and mind, while the other is about being in touch with … everyone and everything else. But sometimes your smartphone can be a great yoga companion—for example, when you’re trying to master a particularly difficult pose without the help of your teacher.
April 15, 2013 by Reuters
(Reuters) - From hatha to vinyasa and everything in between, a new app helps yoga lovers find upcoming classes nearby.
Om finders, an iPhone app, detects a user's location and shows yoga classes happening at studios around them, including time and directions.
"The vision was to get more people on planet earth doing yoga," said Nancy Richardson, vice president of digital and brand strategy at Vancouver-based yoga apparel company Lululemon.
April 01, 2013 by KSBY
A local high-tech company is planning to double its staff from 400 to 800 employees and the city of SLO is trying to help make that happen.
San Luis Obispo based mind-body wants to expand its current facility in the 600 block of Tank Farm Road and add a four story parking structure.
Monday, the city's architectural review commission met to consider the project.
March 23, 2013 by Tech Crunch
We already know that the most profitable companies from the first wave of cloud software were players in the horizontal space. Companies like Salesforce and Workday replaced on-premise solutions and won huge markets. This is old news. What’s new is the fact that there’s a second wave of disruption in enterprise cloud computing coming, and it’s going to be in the form of vertical SaaS solutions.
November 16, 2012 by The Huffinton Post
While yoga mats are usually not a friendly place for cell phones, there are a new breed of mobile apps designed to improve any studio practice and bring out our inner yogis.
This list of 12 yoga apps offers all sorts of benefits to all different skill levels -- beginners, pros and the casual practitioner will all find something to take their practice to the next level. From apps that let us find new poses, to instruction, breathing advice and deeper rest, these 12 apps are a great tool set for the digitally-minded yogi in all of us.