Valley businesses team up to offer nutritional seminar

Mia Jerritt has been chosen as Comox Valley’s first flow team member for Whistler clothing company, Fruv Freedomwear.

Medical exercise specialist and The Core Exercise Studio owner Mia Jerritt has been chosen as Comox Valley’s first flow team member for Whistler clothing company, Fruv Freedomwear.

Fruv Flow Team members are inspiring instructors, personal trainers and women who are professionals in their respective disciplines around the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.

Jerritt has an extensive background in post-rehab programs, and her successful Happy Back and Transformation Projects have taken off.

Local Fruv Owner Lee Erikson has made it her mission to promote healthy living by offering in-store fitness classes and nutritional seminars to create awareness within the community.

Fruv Freedomwear is a clothing brand inspired by well-being. The primary mission is: People first, Making the world a sillier place, living life from abundance, gratitude and continuous learning, creating vibrant health, lighting people up and celebrating their choices, having outrageous fun, living with integrity, being nice to Mother Earth, little old ladies, hair-brained teenagers and people who have had too much fun the night before.

Fruv has been able to penetrate the active wear market through in-store fitness classes and Flow Team members, and through Fruv lovers who continue to support the brand. These methods are used to connect people and encourage them to enjoy activity while promoting community growth and lighting people up.

Jerritt and Erikson offer the first Flow Team inspired community nutritional seminar Thursday 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Fruv Freedomwear store at #6-795 Ryan Rd. Admission is by food bank donation.

For details, contact Jerritt at www.happyback.ca or visit Fruv Freedomwear.

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