By Jan Henric Buettner

Cooperation between WEISSENHAUS and UNYTE



Dear Companists,

Together with his excellent team of business, marketing, architecture, and yoga experts, our long-term friend and regular WEISSENHAUS guest Paulus Neef launched a funding campaign for Germany's first professional yoga studio chain – "UNYTE – Yoga for everyone!" – on Companisto yesterday.



I would like to recommend this project to you for two reasons:


  • My experience as a commuter between the U.S. and Germany has told me that yoga in Germany is still in its infancy. Indeed, many yoga studios in Germany are musty and focus too much on esotericism. Moreover, studio operators are rarely business-oriented. Yoga in the U.S., on the other hand, has already become a much more professional industry and a multibillion-dollar market. As far as I can tell, UNYTE is the first German company to deal with yoga in the right way.
  • UNYTE and WEISSENHAUS will cooperate in various ways. For instance, WEISSENHAUS will be used as the primary location for UNYTE yoga events such as retreats and master classes, and we will certainly have even more opportunities for cooperation because it is hard to imagine first-class hotels without yoga and meditation today – especially if they focus as much on relaxation and spaciousness as WEISSENHAUS does.


The UNYTE crowdfunding campaign started at www.companisto.com/unyte; feel free to have a look at it!


Best regards from WEISSENHAUS,

Jan Henric Buettner


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