The Studio (MDR)’s leading lady dishes on why she loves this community so much, and how she embraces (and implements!) your honest feedback.

LisaSummer has officially arrived and it's gorgeous outside. We’re talking serious beach weather here in SoCal, and seriously sunny spirits here at The Studio (MDR).

I’m feeling especially happy this month, as it’s been exactly two and a half years since we opened our doors. We gave birth to this studio in January 2011, and as most of you know, we have grown so much in such a short amount of time. I believe this is all due to the loyalty and honesty -- yes, honesty -- of all of you, our amazing clients.

So many of you started with us at the beginning, and I am so lucky that you’ve continued to walk through our doors with smiles on your faces. Not only that, but I’m so grateful to all of you who promote The Studio (MDR) with so much love, inspiring your family and friends to try a class. What I respect and love about this community is that when you want something to change, you tell me about it. You give me your honest thoughts (the good and the bad!), which helps me and the rest of the team to make things even better.

My goal was to create a unique and amazing space for transformation; your honest feedback helps me continue to do that. I want to thank you for that. After all, honesty is so important in every area of our lives ... at home, at work, with family and friends, and most of all with ourselves. I’m so grateful to those of you who’ve been brave enough to come to me with your feedback, and also to those of you who share your life stories with me. I’m thinking of so many of you right now who’ve told me about how you’ve risen up from something difficult, and how The Studio (MDR) has helped you do so. It’s those stories that are the ultimate in heartwarming satisfaction for me. It’s what continues to make me so proud of what we’ve all built over these last two and a half years.

So thank you, from the bottom of my heart, and please keep the love and honesty flowing always.

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