Fill Your Schedule in 6-Months or Less
How Pilates Teachers Can Get More Committed Long-Term Clients In The Next 6 Months Without Paid Advertisement Even If You’re a Brand New Teacher
Pilates im Hof, Austria
"Your recommendation to offer a free initial consultation with posture assessment is working 100%. Every new client so far who scheduled their first appointment through my “get started” page booked at least a block of 5 classes. I had the highest number of new students in September 2020 (during a Pandemic) since the studio’s existence in Jan 2017. Thank you!"
Are you lost for ideas where your next student might be coming from?
Are you unsure how to make people see the value of Pilates?
Do you hear lots of excuses why your students keep missing their regular sessions?
Do you believe it takes a long time to build clientele, you just have to be more patient?
Are your students non-committal to their schedule and their practice?
Are your students not getting it? They misunderstand the purpose and benefit of Pilates.
Are your students disappearing on you out of the blue without telling you why?
Are your students excited in the beginning, but then they don't stick around long enough to actually see the results?
You never know how much money you'll make each week, because you don't have a solid client base.
Your income is unpredictable because your students cancel at the last minute.
How To Tell The World About The Amazing Work You Do Without Bragging
If your experience is anything like mine, then you're frustrated that no-one knows about the amazing work you do every single day at your studio, helping people feel better in their bodies, overcome injuries and reach their athletic goals.
But how can you let prospective clients know about that without feeling like you're bragging?
I'll Teach You The Exact Steps That Got Me To A 6-month Waitlist
Hi, I'm Mara Sievers, NCPT, creator of Pilates Encyclopedia.
Up until November of 2019, I owned a Pilates studio in Concord, New Hampshire for 8 years. Despite being the state capital, only 30,000 people live in Concord. Yet, I had a 6-month waitlist at one point.
There are potential students everywhere. Especially when it comes to virtual classes. You just have to know
- how to get them into your (virtual) studio,
- how to make them see the immense value of working with you, and
- how to teach them so they get the results they want and stay with you for life.
It's actually not that hard, when you understand how people think.
In The Next 4 Weeks, You Will Learn...
- Where to Look For Potential New Students Online and Offline
- How to Convince Them To Try Their First Class or Session
- How to Find Out What They Want and Need
- How to Set Goals That Will Keep Them Interested For Months and Years
- How To Teach Them To See Results
- How to Keep Them For Life
In this 30-day Bootcamp, we won't just be talking. It's not just theory. You'll get homework assignments immediately, so you'll start to see results right from the get-go. Believe me, this process works. It doesn't have to take years to build a clientele, if you do the right things.
In Just 30 Days From Now...
- Your students will reliably come back each week for their scheduled session.
- They will understand the benefit of their sessions with you and see results right from the start.
- They will tell their friends and family about you and your schedule will fill itself, almost like magic, Pilates magic.
How It Works
Each week starts with a strategy lesson. Watch it any time you like, and as often as you want.
- Week: Quick and Easy Ways to Proactively Look For Potential New Clients, Strategies to Remove Entry Barriers Of Starting a Pilates Class or Program
- Week: Postural Assessment of Strengths and Needs
- Week: Goal Setting and Programming To Reach Those Goals
- Week: Reassessment and Long-Term Motivation Strategies
Even though it's a digital course, you can comment, ask questions, and interact with me to understand and implement each lesson.
There will be homework at the end of each call to inspire you into action and see results.
How To Get Other People To Do The Selling For You
Many Pilates teachers (introverts or not) don't feel comfortable bragging about their skills or services. Luckily, there's a much better way to let your potential clients know about your value.
How To Think About Your Competition
Do you work in a saturated market? Are there too many Pilates studios in your area? New clients are hard to come by?
On the other hand, maybe you have no competition, but your problem is that no-one knows and talks about Pilates in your area?
Watch the video to find out why sometimes a lot of competition is a good thing and very little competition can be a bad thing.
how much easier your life will be in six months from now when your schedule is full, and you don't have to worry about where your next student comes from. Don't delay creating a rewarding full-time carrier for yourself.