Proving to be more flexible than ever
We have had the absolute pleasure of working with Lion Heart Hot Yoga Hull since their opening in April 2018. It’s certainly been more than just a business with our creative director reaping the huge rewards of practicing in the Lion Heart hot room for the past couple of years.
“I couldn’t have imagined the positive impact hot yoga would have, both mentally and physically when I clumsily struggled through my first class. The benefits are huge and I have a lot to thank the Lion Heart family for.” VM
After creating wonderful surroundings for every yogi in Hull and the surrounding areas, facing fledgling company struggles and staying positive throughout… 2020 then hit.
Let’s face it COVID-19 has hit most (if not all) businesses hard, but the fitness industry has certainly been faced with some near impossible tasks. But Michelle and David, Lion Heart owners, have done more than battened down the hatches through these difficult times – they have faced every challenge head on. We’re proud to say we’ve been with them every step of the way.
It’s awe inspiring to see a small business fight back with such strength – from swapping the yoga studio to online classes, creating online events, supporting their members in every way and most of all keeping their heads throughout.
The return of the studio proved to be the trickiest of all. But with a huge cleaning programme (of course), signage and guidance around all areas and even the study and introduction of breathing techniques to keep their members safe, they have left no stone unturned. This was only ever going to be rewarded by Lion Heart’s yogis flooding back with huge smiles on their faces, confidence in the safety of their studio, ready to get hot after lockdown!
Social media has been positively used throughout too, firstly to inform, then to support and now is the time to promote the hell out of this forward thinking business.
Lion Heart Hot Yoga Hull have embraced every change they have had to, or chosen to make, and for that we salute you and look forward to practicing and working with you for a long time to come. Namaste.
A shared note from Michelle…
One reason people resist change is because they focus what they have to give up, instead of what they have to gain.