Pilates studio to open in Lone Tree

Club offers specialized reformer fusion workout, experienced instructors

Staff report
Posted 2/6/18

A new Club Pilates studio in Lone Tree will have its grand opening celebration Feb. 17. Pilates full-body workouts are reported to improve posture, balance, flexibility and strength. To celebrates …

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Pilates studio to open in Lone Tree

Club offers specialized reformer fusion workout, experienced instructors

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A new Club Pilates studio in Lone Tree will have its grand opening celebration Feb. 17. Pilates full-body workouts are reported to improve posture, balance, flexibility and strength.

To celebrates its grand opening, Club Pilates Lone Tree will offer 20 percent off customers’ first three months of membership fees, and members will be entered in a raffle for a free one-year membership.

The new studio is at 10005 Commons St., Suite 230. Members can chose from four class levels and eight group class formats that use a variety of equipment, including reformers, EXO chairs, TRX, trigger point, springboard and barre.

The Lone Tree studio is owned by 15-year Pilates veteran Cathy Bosson, who lives in Castle Rock. Bosson, 67, said she initially found Pilates after tearing both ACL’s in her knees. She said Pilates helped strengthen and stabilize her legs.

“I became passionate about Pilates after hurting my knees skiing,” Bosson said in a news release. “It wasn’t until I found Pilates that I regained strength and balance back and I’m excited to bring this option for Lone Tree residents who are looking for an affordable, contemporary Pilates studio.”  

For information about how to become a Club Pilates member in Lone Tree, go to www.clubpilates.com/LoneTree, or call 720-458-8108.

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