Hilliard Studio Method Announces Expansion to Winston-Salem

Charlotte, NC – September 2022 – Liz Hilliard, creator and owner of Hilliard Studio Method, announces a licensing agreement with Lucy Noell Skelly (Croxton) of Winston-Salem, NC for Hilliard Studio Method of Winston-Salem. The new studio is expected to open in 2023.

Hilliard Studio Method’s award-winning pilates-based, heart-focused workout has stolen the hearts of many Charlotte residents. It’s no surprise that the dedication to the training method has spread by word of mouth to many cities around the world. This is the first of many satellite partnerships across the country. “Like any mother seeing her child take flight, I feel so proud and excited that HSM is heading into this beautiful community at the hands of this accomplished and powerful woman,” says Hilliard.

Lucy Noell was born and raised in Winston-Salem and always hoped to return there to start a family. After a wedding in Ravello, Italy, she and her husband, Matt, are returning to Winston at the end of this year. Lucy Noell attended the University of Georgia and earned a degree in advertising from Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Lucy Noell had a successful decade-long fundraising career.

Lucy Noell started taking classes at Hilliard in the spring of 2018 and was immediately hooked.

“I hope to bring Hilliard to Winston as a lifeline for myself, and also a public service for others. Every town should have one and what better place to start Hilliard expansion than just down the road in the Triad with so many Hilliard devotees. I approached Liz and Lee to see if they would be open to it, and they loved the idea and were ready to expand. The rest was history! said Noel.

If you or someone you know is interested in opening your own Hilliard Studio Method in your city, please email [email protected] for details. Follow on instagram @hilliardstudiomethod for the latest news and events.


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