Ready to sweat? LCD Hot yoga studio opens West Village

Ready to sweat? LCD Hot yoga studio opens West Village
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Hot yoga is cool.

If you’re looking for a place to do those poses and stretches under hot and humid conditions, Amina Daniels has a spot for you.

The owner of Live Cycle Delight, she opened LCD Hot today, June 22, in a 967-square foot business, located at 1462 Van Dyke.

Amina Daniels opened LCD Hot to elevate yoga offerings and increase efficiency. She is the winner of the 2015 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest.

To celebrate LCD Hot’s grand opening, free drop-in pilates, sculpt-lates, pre-natal pilates, ashtanga and vinyasa yoga classes will be offered at various times during opening weekend.

The benefits of hot yoga include strengthening the heart, cleansing impurities from the body and regulating metabolisms and the immune system.

“After opening Live Cycle Delight, I began to notice an increasing demand to practice more yoga variety which was outpacing what we could offer in our current studio,” Daniels says. “We saw an opportunity to elevate our yoga offerings and increase efficiency by adding additional classes throughout the day, which is why we decided to expand our brand and open a sister studio.”

Live Cycle Delight is shifting all of its pilates, sculpt, sculpt pilates, blend, restorative, ashtanga, hatha, vinyasa and yin yoga classes to LCD Hot. The studio will be open 30 minutes prior to class time, offering two to three classes per day in the morning and evening.

LCD Hot currently has a six member staff and is actively seeking top talent to join the team and lead classes. For a complete schedule and to sign-up for classes, please click here.

In 2015, Detroit expat Amina Daniels, beat out 170 other applicants in the fifth Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest taking home the $50,000 grand prize for her cycle studio concept Live Cycle Delight. LCD Hot is her second Detroit business.

LCD Hot is located at 1462 Van Dyke.

“Amina is continuing to show the power of small businesses and their impact on Detroit, specifically its neighborhoods,” says Vittoria Katanski, executive director, Hatch Detroit. “Her commitment to provide quality programming to the community in the city is evident through the success of Live Cycle Delight and I know she will only continue to succeed as she opens her second location and continues to encourage other entrepreneurs to follow their dreams as well.”

For those wanting to win $50,000 from Comerica Bank to help jumpstart their entrepreneurial journey, the 2018 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest presented by Bedrock is currently accepting applications from entrepreneurs with a retail concept looking to open a brick and mortar business in Detroit, Highland Park or Hamtramck. Plans can be submitted online at HatchDetroit.com/apply through July 13.

Since 2011, 34 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest finalists and semi-finalists have opened a business, and an additional 11 will open in 2019. For more information about the contest, please visit, HatchDetroit.com.

Editor’s Note: This small business feature is sponsored by Bank of America. To learn more about Bank of America’s many programs and resources for small business owners visit: https://www.bankofamerica.com/smallbusiness/business-financing.go.

Small shops are the mainstay of our neighborhoods. Open the door and look inside and you will discover dreamers and doers who embody the spirit and energy of Detroit’s entrepreneurial class. We invite you to meet them inside our Small Shops series, sponsored by Bank of America

 

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