YogaVietnam.vn Interview

Our friend at Yoga Vietnam has kindly allowed us to interview them and give us some insight on their organization. You can find Yoga Vietnam on their website: yogavietnam.vn, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube. We sat down with Joy one of the owner of Yoga Vietnam. Here’s the short interview:

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1. Who are you and what is YogaVietnam about?

Yoga Vietnam is a team of 3 fearless ladies who have evolved from fabulous friends to closed colleagues, and now superb business partners. Apart from doing business, we find ourselves on yoga mats doing favourite asanas, or simply sit for mindfulness practice and meditation. Yoga Vietnam is a trusted name in the local yoga community, for the quality contents that we provide/share, for the quality yoga products that are brought from all around the world to our lovely store, and for the popular events that we have held for the past 3 years. Yoga Vietnam team is small in number, but our dedication, inspiration and spirit are not.

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Yoga Vietnam is a trusted name in the local yoga community, for the quality contents that we provide/share, for the quality yoga products that are brought from all around the world to our lovely store, and for the popular events that we have held for the past 3 years. Yoga Vietnam team is small in number, but our dedication, inspiration and spirit are not.

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2. How did you guys get started?

Yoga is part of our life. Once something is that important, we’ve got to share it to others, by some ways. Hence, Yoga Vietnam started, 3 years ago, in 2015.

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3. Why Vietnam?

We are Vietnamese. Isn’t it beautiful to share things in our mother tongue and to serve our own people?

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4. What is the most challenging things about starting your business?

The business we are involving is spiritual business. We, the people behind it, need to be sensitive and mindful to everything we do. Talking business strictly, it is all about profit. But that is not the ultimate goal of Yoga Vietnam. We always seek the balance between growing organically and bringing the qualities that the community deserves. It means we do not always take the easiest and quickest way (though we can), but we choose to pioneer into “hard-to-chew” things that we believe will be good for the community sooner or later.

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