Boutique fitness studio opens in Comox

Fitness entrepreneur Marc St. Jules is opening a new fitness studio Monday in Comox called the Living Room.

Marc St. Jules is opening a new fitness studio in Comox.

Local fitness entrepreneur Marc St. Jules is opening a new fitness studio Monday in Comox called the Living Room.

“I’m excited to offer a much needed and highly specialized fitness service in the Comox Valley that doesn’t already exist,” he said.

The Living Room is a boutique fitness studio that’s been selectively set up with specialized equipment that offers the versatility in a layout for custom, small group training for any demographic. Class sizes will be limited to six people, so it’s going to have the same benefits and attention to detail as personal training.

Times are limited, so people are encouraged to create their own small groups or pre-register for existing classes.

St. Jules will be working on a month-to-month basis charging a flat rate of $60 a person per month which equals $15 a class. Available times are Monday to Friday at 9 a.m., 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.

info@stabilizertraining.com

 

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