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You're IT Lyn Kehoe Power Yoga!
Three questions with Lyn Gerfin Kehoe, founder of Lyn Kehoe Power Yoga.
Why did you start your business?
I’ve been teaching yoga for about 25 years and wanted a place to offer group classes and my yoga teacher training. It was vital for me to have a simple space so I would not become overwhelmed with the maintenance and administrative end of things. This way, I could stay focused on what was important: sharing yoga and creating a safe community for people to connect and grow.
What is your best-selling product/service?
Consistency is key to reaping the benefits of yoga. Most of my students take advantage of the monthly class pass membership. The three options are 1x/week, 2x/week, or unlimited. Students find that committing to a monthly pass keeps them on track with regular practice.
And, of course, there is a single-class option for those who need more flexibility.
Have you “reimagined” your small business?
Even with being back to a standard studio class schedule, many students continue to prefer practicing from home. All of the in-studio classes have a Zoom/live-stream option.
I also have a monthly subscription-based on-demand platform that offers a library of prerecorded yoga classes. It includes classes recorded during the lockdown via Zoom and live studio classes. There are currently over 33 classes on the platform, and I add new classes monthly.
Lyn would like to nominate Manifest Wellness to be featured next!
HamletHub thanks Fairfield County Bank for making our Why Small Businesses Matter series possible!