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Two years ago Club Pilates opened their doors for the first time. In celebration they are hosting an Open House located at 700 Ken Pratt Blvd, Suite 101, Longmont on Friday, March 23 from 5-7 p.m.
The open house will feature a chance to meet the Club Pilates team, a free postural assessment, recommendations by certified Pilates instructors and a chance to mingle, eat, drink and win prizes.
Food and drinks for the event are donated by several businesses including, but not limited to: Modern Market, La Momo Maes, Treat, and Shoes and Brews.
The prizes include: a raffle to win three months of free classes and 25% off retail which includes Glyder, Beyond Yoga, and Splendid brands.
Club Pilates will also be offering a sale on private and semi-private sessions.
Prior to the open house celebration, Club Pilates will be hosting their Reformer Flow Level 1 class at 4 p.m. Space is limited, in order to reserve your spot visit: //
Kelly Hendricks, owner of Club Pilates, wants the Longmont community to know, "We are here to help! Whether your goal is to lose weight, get stronger, gain flexibility, cross train for a race or whatever it is - we want to help you! Our team is so passionate about every one's journey who walks into the studio - we want you to have the best experience every time. We want you to leave the studio feeling happier, stronger, and in control of your mind & body."
The last two years have been a journey for Hendrick. One she will never forget. They have meant, "alot and more than I can put into words. Two years of hard work by our amazing team, two years of seeing people in our community feeling better and stronger, two years of creating a community that I couldn't be more thankful and blessed for. Seeing people from all walks of life in Longmont, benefit from Pilates is truly amazing to me."
Hendricks has seen Pilates change people's lives and give some the ability to move their bodies where other forms of exercise were too harsh. Some of those people range, "from cancer patients recovering from surgery, to Triathletes cross training, to moms feeling more confident in their bodies, to men feeling stronger and more flexible, to members with MS (multiple sclerosis) needing a low impact workout to manage their symptoms, to people who work at a desk all day in flexion needing to rebalance their bodies and gain mobility."