CE Workshop | Sustainable Studios

May 13, 2021

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About This Event

It's been over a year since many of us closed our doors due to COVID-19 and wondered, "will yoga studios ever rise again?", and we aren't alone. Simply Google "death of boutique fitness" and you'll find tons of articles predicting an end to physical yoga spaces. Yet here we are. If you feel overwhelmed and a bit worn out, that's normal—but it doesn't have to be permanent! Learn five keys to building a sustainable studio post-pandemic and how this contributes to a sustainable lifestyle.

About the Presenter

Annelise Lonidier is the owner of Atlanta-based {sacred} thread yoga, a studio dedicated to the art of stillness. Known for her passion, authenticity, and self-made approach to life, Annelise was the first in her family to attend college, buy a house, and open a business. She believes firmly in living life on your own terms. A dedicated yoga student for over 20 years, Annelise was forced to practice the philosophy throughout the pandemic. She gave birth to her first child in March 2020 while on her laptop uploading videos to a make-shift online site. She spent her maternity leave managing unemployment, guiding her team, closing one studio, and strengthening another. Yet as the tides have begun to turn, she has emerged with a community that is stronger than ever.

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