Dreaming of a white Christmas? That is what many of us across the U.S. had to do. With record high temperatures across the nation during the 2015 holiday season, a white Christmas was only one that could be experienced in our dreams. Just to name a few record breaking temperatures - 83 degrees in Houston, Texas, 67 degrees in Boston, Massachusetts, 68 degrees in Burlington, Vermont and 66 degrees in New York City.
Launched by Lift Brands, parent company of Snap Fitness, YogaFit Studios are the first studios to apply the innovative 24-hour fitness concept to the yoga world, allowing students to practice yoga at their own convenience whether it be attending a live instructor led class or watching on-demand training videos.
Managing 24-hour yoga studios that offer classes ranging from 70-90 degrees with variable occupied times, however, has its challenges. Ashok Dhariwal, owner of 3 YogaFit locations in the Twin Cities, applied the same spirit of innovation that the YogaFit brand embodies to tackle the problem. A leader in his field, Ashok recognized the value that installing an automated and predictive HVAC solution would bring to students, employees, and the environment.
For most people at this time of year, bidding farewell to autumn and preparing for winter weather can be a struggle. At 75F, we welcome the approaching cold winter air. Why? Because this is the perfect season to reduce energy costs by implementing strategies that optimize the use of outside air.