Wednesday, November 09, 2022

Liza Roque Sales, owner of Curves Knocklyon in Dublin.

WHEN you open a Curves concept, you help women gain strength, confidence and purpose. That translates to happier, healthier lives and communities. One such franchisee is Liza Roque Sales, proprietor of Curves Knocklyon in Dublin.

Liza, whose hobbies including running, hiking, baking, crafts and music, worked in the construction industry before taking the leap into health and fitness.

According to Liza: “What is great about Curves is that you don’t need a fitness background as the Curves training program is so comprehensive. The industry is always evolving so I am continuously learning while making women stronger every single day. Curves is totally different to other health clubs where women of all ages receive the personal support they need to set them on the path to healthier lives. There is always someone on hand to listen in this safe, caring environment for women.’

‘I became a franchisee eight years ago and my club gets bigger and better each year. As well as having financial independence, I simply love what I do and wake with a smile on my face every day. The people at Curves Corporate are a pleasure to deal with. They are always there to support us franchisees and are willing work through any issues that we face. ‘

When asked what advice she’d given to anyone considering setting up their own business, Liza replied: “Don’t keep thinking about it and just go for it. You won’t look back. I bought my Curves when I was seven months pregnant and it was the best decision of my life.”

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