There is a luxury high rise a few blocks from my condo that opened about a year ago and I would love to offer PT to the residents since they have a nice new fitness center. I feel the best route is to go through the leasing office to see if I can put a flier and/or business cards in the gym and/or common area but want to make it appealing to them. Has anyone done this or have advice on how I can make it seem they’re getting something, too? My thought is that I would be showing people how to use the gym and get them in there more often but are there tangible things I can do, too? Thanks!
I wonder if you could rent the space just like you’d rent any other studio space – pay a monthly / hourly fee to have access to advertise to the building tenants.
Depending on how luxury it is, some places might pay for you directly to teach or train there as a bonus amenity for being a tenant of that property. Or a combination of the leasing agent paying you and the client paying you directly. At one corporate site where I’m developing wellness programming, I get paid for teaching education-based fitness classes, but I also get access to the employees who then become my clients if they want more individualized help.