Supply Yoga is a yoga studio that uses its profits to partner with community support services and offer yoga for those living in social isolation. Founder Abi Nolan was accepted onto Investec Beyond Business in 2016 and since then her social enterprise has grown and evolved.
During the pandemic Supply Yoga moved its business online, offering live streams and on-demand classes to its subscribers. The pivot has proven to be a great success and has helped them continue to support their community.
So far they have partnered with more than 20 grass roots, public and 3rd sector community support organisations and delivered more than 500 therapeutic interventions for people living with long term health conditions, in social isolation, and at risk of mental health challenges.
Supply Yoga continues to see its unique model grow with each subscriber helping to power their real world impact in east London. They also plan to launch an in-person wellness program that focuses on the complex psychosocial health experience of migrant and refugee populations.
How Investec Beyond Business supported them
For Abi, being accepted on the Investec Beyond Business was crucial during the early stages of the business.
‘The Beyond Business programme helped us build the strong foundation from which we flourished. It was invaluable to have access to expert guidance and support at such an early stage of our development.’
Find out more
Supply Yoga has a range of subscriptions on offer, all of which will help them continue their valuable community work.
Have you recently launched a social enterprise in east London, or do you have a great idea for one? Applications for Investec Beyond Business are open now, closing 10th May 2022.
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