The Breathing Room Pilates and Yoga
About this pro
Quality and customer service are our focus. I know that sounds cliche, but we truly want the best experience for our clients, from the moment we first speak, continuing from then on.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Points, points, points. We use a universal point system, so our clients can try all of our services with the same package. So if you want to try out some mat classes, get a reformer private, and check out a prenatal yoga class, one package will cover all your needs. Some things cost more points than other. Our equipment classes are more expensive, because we have a limited number of spots, and the equipment adds an additional cost. Similarly, private and semi-private instruction is more expensive, because of the scheduling complications, and smaller client-teacher ratio. For all the details, check our website.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Look at their credentials. Feel comfortable about the relationship. It is your body that is at stake so make sure that you feel comfortable with them.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?All bodywork professionals are there to help you help yourself. While we are very well educated about the body's capabilities, the variation between bodies is enormous! What does this mean? Listen to your body. I repeat. Listen to your body. The human body is amazing at telling your what it can handle and what it can't. Do what makes it feel good. The hardest part of the work is finding the sweet spot where you are working the body at it's edge without going into the danger zone. Unfortunatly, most of the people we see are people whose body USED to be amazing, fell out of shape, and when they got back into exercise, their ego didn't have the sense to notice. So, they decided to run 10 miles after sitting on a couch for 15 years, and injured themselves. After 15 years without training, an olympic athlete will be weak, let alone a high school track star. Respect yourself, start slow and listen.