In a similar manner to retail, lockdown shifted the focus on these physical spaces like gym and studio towards the virtual realm. This means offering workout sessions on social media platforms such as Instagram feed as well as facebook live. The workout sessions consist of fun-to-follow exercise classes, from pilates and vinyasa yoga to fully-body HIIT workouts, strenuous booty sessions and the list goes on.
At-home options combine the convenience of on-demand workouts with the connectivity users have come to enjoy from wearable that monitor data such as your heart rate and track activities. This has been happening for years, but today's challenging times have accelerated the trend.
Just a brief introduction about our speaker for this week’s webinar, Gwen & Yin. Let’s start with Gwen, she has been spanning from 30 years experience in luxury hospitality, wellness industry and facilitating mindful movements, Gwen brings a wealth of knowledge within the mind-body practices.she leads teacher training on functional anatomy for new yoga teachers and wellness retreats around Asia. As a lifetime student, she has completed 500-hrs advance teacher training with Yoga Medicine and Neuroscience Professional Development Program with Dr Sarah McKay.
Meanwhile for Yin, she was born in a fighting fit family in Malaysia and moved to Sydney in 1999 for her tertiary education in Industrial Design. Decided to work in an industry where her interest and passion lies, Health and Fitness, Yin then completed Certificate III, IV and Diploma in Fitness through TAFE Australia. While running booked out regular classes and successful events in Sydney, building strong Jungle Body communities is one of Yin's strength, Yin has also helped to recruit instructors and mentored instructors both in Australia and MalaysiaCome join both our speakers who has experienced the tremendous change throughout this pandemic. What have they done differently and to what extend did they do to reach out to their audience to still be able to deliver their services.