ph. 855-567-2346, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How many years have you been in business in NYC?
Since Nov 2017 (since Sept 2012) in LA)
How did you get your start and what was your initial inspiration?
I personally experienced the benefits of sweating, while relaxing, and could not keep the goodness of it to myself.
What do you feel differentiates you from others in your field?
My personal background. I was interested in wellness before there was a word for it. From being 350 lbs, always on a quest for trying to solve this inner war. So, everything I do comes from a very examined inner-revolution.
What do you feel gives you longevity in this big city with so many options?
Sweating actually helps people. It has a very deep effect mentally, emotionally, physically, psychologically and it’s fun to do, so people do it.
How do you positively impact your clientele?
I offer them a very smart, accessible solution where in a short period of time they experience wellness in a nearly effortless way.
What is your favorite part of your job?
The people. My team. Our clients. My business partners. I’ve always been in love with people and this job gives me access to the most incredible and diverse groups.
What is your favorite secret NYC spot?
There is an alley in Central Park [Poet’s Walk] with benches that have plates with poems on them. I like sitting there and thinking of the people that have come and gone, from my life and that alley.
How do you benefit mamas?
I give them an hour with the remote that nobody is fighting for. That is also very beneficial to their balance.
What is the most memorable feedback a client has given you?
One story is that of a mother of five kids who shared with me in the Relax Room that once in a while the kids will all line up and tell their mom that they think she needs to go sweat. It captures the spirit of the peaceful, joyful state that people experience after sweating that those kids were wanting more off for their mom.
Pay it forward and name your top colleagues in the same field or related field:
Marianne Williamson, Danielle LaPorte, and Abraham Hicks.
What is the best advice anyone's ever given you? Or what is your "mantra" / words to live by?
Do more of what works for you, and less of what doesn’t.
As moms, the day can escape us, what is your best time-saving trick?
Obviously, sweating comes to mind, but also surrounding myself with people that are very good at what they do and share their shortcuts.