Wellness Center focuses on fitness

The staff at the Enumclaw Fitness Center, formerly the Enumclaw Wellness Center, invites the public to help celebrate the name change with an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday.

  • Tuesday, March 24, 2009 11:38am
  • Life

The staff at the Enumclaw Fitness Center, formerly the Enumclaw Wellness Center, invites the public to help celebrate the name change with an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday.

The name was changed to clear up the misconception that the business was strictly a rehabilitation facility and a place for medical care. While rehabilitation is part of the mission, the center is primarily a fitness facility that offers members – currently more than 1,000 – the ability to achieve wellness and health goals.

Events during Thursday’s open house and member appreciation night include a spinning demonstration, fitness testing, a “biggest winner” reunion, healthy cooking class and door prizes.

The Enumclaw Fitness Center offers more than 40 fitness classes per week including kickboxing, a strength training circuit, yoga and pilates.

For information visit www.enumclawfitness.com or call 360-825-7837. The center is at 856 Cole St., behind Ace Hardware.




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