Flow is a Principle of Pilates. While you may use it specifically for planning a session. This weeks challenge is using “Flow” to Spring Clean the functionality of your studio. Flow in your studio allows for income to flow in. Continue reading
It’s time to use Spring Cleaning to your Pilates business’s advantage. What happens when you drive by your own studio? What if you took your own session? How can these things keep clients on your equipment and your schedule “full”? Continue reading
All of these are great questions you should be asking yourself. You should also ask yourself a few others: Continue reading
How do you go about filling up your classes? How did those restaurants get those tables filled? It’s all about the experience! Continue reading
Social Media is not going away. So yes, you need it! But, do you need all of it? No. You don’t need every single form of Social Media that is available today. What you should do (and can do for nothing but your time) is reserve your name on all the popular forms of social media. Continue reading
It’s probably the number one question I get. How do I get more pilates clients? How should I market to get more clients? Should I pay for an ad campaign? Discount services? The best and one of the easiest ways to get new clients is really in your control. You don’t have to discount (and shouldn’t ever cut yourself) to get them either. Continue reading
Everyone loves a winner. What’s more, everyone loves a party. Last night we combined the two for our annual “Best Of L.A.” soiree at Smog Shoppe in Culver City, where we recognized the crop of business owners, industry professionals, and experts named the city’s best in our August issue on newsstands now.
Guests and staff mingled in the open-air space, taking advantage of colorful cocktails, tiny hors d’oeuvres, and a digital photo booth. Midway through the evening, editor-in-chief Mary Melton welcomed and congratulated…