Adam Torres and Jessica Fuller discuss entrepreneurship.
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Jessica Fuller, Founder & CEO of The Hot Yoga Spot and CEO & Co-Founder of BARE Blends
Being an entrepreneur can be challenging but rewarding. In this episode, Adam Torres and Jessica Fuller, Founder & CEO of The Hot Yoga Spot and CEO & Co-Founder of BARE Blends, explore the entrepreneurial journey and what it takes to succeed.
About The Hot Yoga Spot
The Hot Yoga Spot is the Capital Region’s premier hot yoga and barre fitness facility with five locations in Albany, Clifton Park, Latham, East Greenbush, and Saratoga Springs. The first studio opened in 2010 and the sixth, and most recent, in early 2018 in the Southern Tier. Founded by Jessica Fuller, The Hot Yoga Spot offers a warm atmosphere, talented instructors and a caring staff, dedicated to the health and wellness of all. With a diverse and robust schedule of more than 200 classes each week, The Hot Yoga Spot offers classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced yoga practitioners, fitness enthusiasts and athletes, expectant mothers, and young children.
Hot Yoga Spot is a Registered Yoga School (RYS)
The Hot Yoga Spot is committed to its community and neighbors and holds weekly by-donation classes for local charities, sessions for veterans and first responders and for those recovering from addiction. In recent years, The Hot Yoga Spot brought Yoga Reaches Out to Albany and launched YogaPalooza, two wildly received daylong events focused on inclusion and giving. Every instructor at The Hot Yoga Spot has obtained a minimum of 200-hour yoga training certification through accredited programs. The Hot Yoga Spot is a Registered Yoga School (RYS) through the Yoga Alliance and offers several 200-hour and 300-hour training programs.
The Hot Yoga Spot creates opportunity for engagement on a global level and has traveled with students to retreats and sanctuaries the world over – Spain, Iceland, Brazil, Mexico. Each adventure allows The Hot Yoga Spot to share its adoration and respect for the practice of yoga with others.