The Pilates studio at the Colorado Athletic Club in Boulder, CO, features earth tone finishes and energy-efficient lighting. Photo courtesy of Colorado Athletic Club.
In the midst of the economic recession, the yoga and Pilates industry exercised staying power. IBISWorld, a market research firm, named Pilates and yoga studios among the top 10 fastest-growing industries in the United States in 2012. The industry had an average annual growth rate of 12.1 percent over the past decade, according to IBISWorld. While private studios continue to thrive, many health clubs may be missing the mark by continuing to offer programs that leave members searching for ...
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