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Stay fit at The Studio

A new concept in fitness, The Studio focuses on instructional classes and provides fun, fitness and nutrition in the least intimidating of atmospheres. This is a place for people of all ages to come and enjoy themselves and work out at their own pace. Stay active with many beginner fitness classes or feature classes such as ballroom dancing basics. For those who that want to step it up, consultations with a certified health coach are offered. Choose to get in shape through private or group personal training and bootcamps. Besides typical workout classes, The Studio also offers “feature classes” that will be energetic and entertaining, unlike classes typically found at a gym. This fitness center appeals to beginners and experienced exercise buffs.
“I want The Studio to be a place where people of all ages and fitness levels feel comfortable coming in and working out,” says owner Kellie Langan. “I want beginners to come in and just take a class for fun and work their way up or just come and have fun without the pressure or ‘gym-like’ atmosphere that can be intimidating to some. For the more advanced, we have plenty too including Spin-It Indoor Cycling Class, Personal Training, Bootcamp and Running Club.”
If you are just looking to change your diet, then come and meet with health coach Shelly Hudson, RN. Shelly helps with diet and much more. Just looking to treat yourself? Cheryl Smith, LMT, will work her magic with her large menu of services in massage. Cheryl also helps to make your workout more enjoyable by offering a 20 minute sports massage.
Langan says The Studio, located on Boundary Street, is a place where everyone can come and achieve their fitness and nutrition goals. For more information, visit www.thestudiofitnessandnutrition.com or call 843-397-FITT.

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