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Why Social Media Isn’t Helping Your Pilates Business, Part 1

You spend hours liking, posting, commenting and curating. You follow back and watch your followers number grow, or not. You’re advertising your classes, privates, and studio and yet you do not see the payoff. Why is it that no matter how much time you spend on your Social Media it isn’t driving new clients to your classes or studio? Does it really just take more time? Read more »

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Designing a Small Studio: The Best Things Come in Small Packages

Real talk, you don’t need a BIG space to be a successful Pilates Instructor, and as a small studio owner, (400 sq feet of workout space plus massage room), I’m often happy that I own a studio and that the studio doesn’t “own” me. (Right!?!) Overhead is lower in small spaces which opens up the potential for you to explore your craft as much as your business mind. Here are some tips for making small spaces feel less low rent and more high value Read more »