Tag: Boutique

03
Oct
2020
Posted in technology

The boutique fitness experience as we knew it is dead

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the previously-booming boutique fitness industry into crisis, with studios struggling to pay rent as classes remain closed or at limited capacity.
  • Consumers are increasingly pivoting to digital and at-home fitness as companies like Peloton and Mirror, already successful pre-pandemic, have been booming. 
  • Experts say the coronavirus exposed existing vulnerabilities in the boutique fitness industry, but the market for premium in-person fitness experiences will likely adapt and survive through the pandemic. 
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When Flywheel Sports, the revolutionary spin class with a cult following, announced it was permanently closing its doors in September, other studios saw an ominous sign in the world of boutique fitness.

“When it’s as big as Flywheel, that’s when it really gets noticed. That’s exemplifying what’s going to happen over the next 6 months,” said Amanda Freeman, founder of SLT NYC, a pilates studio with locations in several states, including New York and New Jersey.

Flywheel was once widely lauded as a paragon of success, expanding to 42 studios since its founding in 2014. In March, the company laid off 98% of its staff. Flywheel declared bankruptcy September 15, joining the ranks of fitness corporations like Gold’s Gym and New York Sports Club parent company Town International Sports, which have had to permanently shutter locations and liquidate assets in response to pandemic-induced closures.

Six months into the pandemic, the boutique fitness industry is now facing a crisis. 

The business of small, often exclusive or luxury spaces, group exercise classes, and typically a specialization (such as high-intensity interval training, or HIIT, barre, spin, or pilates), has boomed in the past decade.

“The big success was built on that idea that you could have an experience with an individual rockstar trainer or the brand identity and community,” said Jared

02
Oct
2020
Posted in seo

Louisville SEO Strategies and Goddess Massage Boutique Announce Grand Opening Event – Press Release

Neighbors and Fellow Entrepreneurs Open New Locations


LOUISVILLE, Ky. – October 2, 2020 – (Newswire.com)

Goddess Massage Boutique and Louisville SEO Strategies are excited to announce their grand opening on Oct. 10 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at 1000 Trevilian Way Louisville, Ky 40213. We are happy to introduce ourselves to the area and welcome any other business owners or neighbors to stop in and say hello. Depending on the weather, we will be having some hot dogs and brats off the grill around noon including chips and a few drinks. Nothing fancy, just an informal gathering to introduce ourselves to the neighborhood and hopefully make a few new friends. Goddess Massage Boutique will be doing demonstrations of Tarot Card Readings, Thai Massage, Body Energy Scans, and basically exuding a positive and healthy attitude. Louisville SEO Strategies will be attempting to work the grill, shaking hands, and kissing babies.

Once the grill is turned off and the chance for 1st-degree burns is non-existent we may have an adult beverage or two and we will be available to answer any questions about website design, small business start-ups, or if the world will end in 2020. We look forward to meeting our new neighbors and making a few friends. See you on the 10th!

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