"Where Are They Now?" Coronavirus Edition with Grace Parra
InJoy Studio Ownership
On today’s episode of the podcast we catch up with my good friend Grace Parra! Last time we spoke with Grace we discussed what it was like to be a co-owner of a studio. Today we discuss how she and her business partners had to pivot their BRAND NEW group fitness space to online as well as dealing with the hard stop of all the momentum surrounding a new business venture. Grace Parra Emily Hudson InJoy Studio Ownership Online Course
Grace Parra is a screenwriter and actress whose performing credits include The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, Superstore, Master of None, and White Guy Talk Show. Until very recently, she was writing for a CBS series called Broke, and she also co-hosts the podcast Hysteria. Grace talks to Laura and Adrian about Hollywood, success and its many opposites, being grateful for missed opportunities, and how race and gender inflect them.
InJoy Interview with Grace Parra of Body Balance Pilates Studio in Greensboro, NC.
InJoy Studio Ownership
Meet Grace Parra! Grace and I met because we have bumped into each other several times over the years at classical pilates workshops throughout NC over the years. We were instant friends! I am so excited for you to hear her story of how she has been able to successfully blend her classical pilates style of teaching into a studio that was predominately contemporary. She then goes into detail on how that was so successful she was invited into co-ownership! Other topics we dive into include hiring, non-competes, and veganism. :) . What I love about Grace is how she is able to hold true to the things that are important to her while never coming off as judgmental or snotty towards others whose values may differ from hers. She is a shining example of unconditional love and I can't wait for you to listen! www.bbpilates.com @bbpspilates @gracetparra With Love, Emily - @injoymovementstudio
On the first episode of Bully Proof, hosts Sofia Gonzalez and Tess Paras are joined by comedienne and activist Grace Parra (The Nightly Show with Larry Willmore) as she describes growing up in Texas, playing the recorder, and how to gracefully end relationships.