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Facility/Club Owners

5 Simple Tips for Optimizing Social Media Marketing
Discover simple tips to take leverage social media to help you reach your personal or business goals
Building a Business Series 2: Finding a Space
You need as little as 400-800 square feet for a Pilates studio—roughly the size of a racquetball court.
Building a Business Series 1: Deciding What to Offer
Before you choose a space, before you start advertising yourself, you need to decide what you will offer.
STOTT PILATES® Instructor Spotlight: Brigitte Wrenn
Merrithew™ Lead Instructor Trainer Brigitte Wrenn on building her own business.
Time for a Tune-up?
The nuts and bolts of studio equipment maintenance.
The Business of Ethics
Whether running a studio or working freelance, integrity is always good business.
Making the Most of It: Maximizing Your Reformer Space
With a little planning you can to create a profit-center in your current business
Give Your Reformer a Little Love!
A session on a Reformer may be a head-to-toe workout, but the last thing many of us think about when our muscles are burning are the bottoms of our feet.
STOTT PILATES® Instructor Spotlight: Vanessa Pearce
Vanessa Pearce knew what she wanted to do. But life had something a little different in mind
Keep On Movin’ On
Fitness enthusiasts, instructors and students joined Lindsay G. Merrithew and Moira Merrithew in Madrid at Akro Studio’s Movin’ People event
6 Simple Tips for Kid-Focused Programming
Six quick tips for building effective programming for kids.
Legally Combining Music & Movement
Have you dotted your ‘I’s and crossed your ‘T’s to ensure that you’re playing music legally?