Seven Studios Has Reopened
“We are joyful to re-open our doors for the first time over a year,” said Julie Wilkes, owner of Seven Studios. “We have designed a socially-distanced and safe set up to enjoy a class in person.”
Like many other yoga and fitness studios in Ohio, Seven Studios has been holding classes virtually for over 12 months.
“We are so grateful that we have been able to stay a community through our virtual channel,” says Wilkes. This is Seven Studios eighth year offering a variety of yoga and fitness classes at 275 S. 3rd Street.
At first, Seven Studios will have only two to three classes a day to maintain proper safety processes and still have time for students and teachers to commune before and after classes. Masks be required until students get on their mats. Every in-person class will be available virtually and there will also be livestream-only classes from Seven Studios daily.
“We hope to ramp up later this year,” says Wilkes.
Seven Studios windows and studio were damaged over the summer just prior to a planned re-opening.
“This caused us to have to rebuild and be shut down for over a year,” says Wilkes. “I feel that as we have plans to reopen, the universe has started to also open the path for me to share gratitude and focus on paying it forward.” Thanks to her generous community, Wilkes has a grant program in place offering scholarships for yoga teacher trainings.
Although the physical studio was closed, Wilkes has been busy. In the past 10 months, she opened ‘Good Energy By Seven’ stores at Easton and Polaris; she appears regularly on Good Day Columbus, she works for Accenture, and coordinates yoga and fitness activities for the Arnold Classic Sports Festival along with Pamela Conn of Columbus Fit Life.
Seven Studios has a soft opening scheduled Saturday, May 1st for in-person yoga and fitness classes beginning at 275 S. 3rd Street. Online yoga and fitness courses will continue.
For more information visit sevenstudioslive.com.