Over the past few months, we’ve had to get used to home-workouts and virtual fitness classes as our regular form of exercise. Thankfully, studios like Posh Cycling & Fitness have worked tirelessly to offer some of these classes online for free, as a way of giving back to the community. Since Posh temporarily closed in March, the local business has live-streamed a variety of fitness classes for clients to follow-along with at home, advertising each one on their Facebook page. Rather than charging attendees a fee, however, owner Mel simply set up a donations page on her website, allowing clients and supporters to give as much or little as they could.
Now that business restrictions are being lifted, Posh is back to offering in-person classes! In addition to its many virtual classes that continue to be available for members, customers can now return to the studio for boxing, yoga, dance, and spin classes. Many of these classes take place in the parking lot in front of the studio, allowing participants fresh air and plenty of room to spread out to keep distance from one another. However, with the implementation of virus-killing UV lights, temperature checks for everyone who enters the studio, and a mask requirement for all indoor and close-contact classes, Mel assures her guests that the studio is safe to enter.
In addition to these fitness classes, Posh is also renting out its studio as a professional workspace and area for filming. If you work remotely and you’re seeking a quiet desk space with wireless internet to work for the day or week, you can find it at Posh. Fitness instructors who need a space to film their own workout videos can also inquire about using the studio for this purpose. To make all inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even though fitness classes may not look the way they used to, Posh Cycling and Fitness is dedicated to making this experience as comforting and enjoyable as possible, and Mel warmly welcomes new and returning clients to the studio whenever they’re ready.