Interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey in fitness and sports training but unsure what to expect? Then read up on our interview with Tanya Berenson, Chief Operations Director of Los Angeles School of Gymnastics, located in Culver City, CA, USA.

What's your organization, and who are your members?

Serving the community with quality instruction using a proprietary eastern European format of instruction from highly qualified international trainers. This methodology has produced over 22 National Champions and 4 Olympians. We serve clients from all areas, and no one is turned away. If the child wants to learn, we are serving our expertise.

Tell us about yourself

As a major in Early Childhood Education from UCLA and a former Junior Olympian in rhythmic gymnastics, sports and development have been a passion of mine my entire life. Working with children is at the core of my nature to serve them daily with everything I know, have, and love. Seeing our youth grow into healthy and happy adults is a true passion for me.

What's your biggest accomplishment as an organization?

Knowing that I have provided an impact on my local, national, and international community.

What's one of the hardest things that comes with being an organization?

Since I do not work in the eCommerce field but rather in the service industry where dealing with a parent's most important commodities: their children, their time, and money, this is a balance and respectful challenge I take very seriously.

What are the top tips you'd give to anyone looking to start, run and grow an organization today?

Work hard, increase quality and work with passion.

Where can people find you and your group?


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