NEWS & EVENTS

Pilates Member News May ’19 News & Events, Pilates

To every thing there is a season and this change of season has brought us the loss of our leader, Rebecca Raiza.  Rebecca will be sadly missed by the department, the rest of the staff and most of all, her clients. She has an amazing opportunity to return to the world of Bio-Tech in a marketing capacity and they are lucky to have her.  Fortunately for the Center she will continue to teach her 6:30pm Pilates Mat Class and her 5:30am Reformer Training so we will still see her around.

We are happy to announce that Janice Lotwin will be assuming the duties of Pilates Coordinator.  Janice has been teaching at the Center for 9 ½ years and is excited to step into this new role.

 

Pilates Day Celebration

Saturday, 5.4.19

Pilates Day is an international community event created by the Pilates Method Alliance, its mission is to foster awareness & appreciation for the Pilates method within all communities.

8am (Mind Body Studio) Member Mat Pilates: Elevating Your Practice

There will be drawings, prizes, and refreshments. Complimentary, space is limited, RSVP required, sign up at the Service Desk or call 760.931.3171

10:30am (Conference Room) Community Event-Pilates Essentials: Starting on the Mat for Guests & Members New to Pilates Only

There will be drawings, prizes, and refreshments, invite your friends and family. Complimentary, local guests only, space is limited, RSVP required, sign up at the Service Desk or call 760.931.3171

 

Length of Pilates Sessions has Changed

In keeping with industry standards, ALL Pilates Sessions will be shifting to 50 minutes, starting May 6. This allows for sufficient time to properly transition from one session to the next for clients and instructors.

For more information contact our Pilates Coordinator Janice.lotwin@activewellness.com

COVID-19 Update | Temporary Center Closure

While there are currently no known cases of COVID-19 among both members and staff, Tri-City Wellness & Fitness Center is temporarily closed to reduce risks related to the spread of COVID-19.

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