Remedy Pilates and Massage, a recently expanded wellness studio in Scottsdale focused on offering the community world-class Pilates exercise, group fitness programs and the latest in specialty massage, is pleased to announce its grand re-opening celebration, which will take place on Saturday, October 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The grand re-opening will feature complimentary group fitness classes every hour, small bites, sweet treats and merchandise giveaways, plus a few added surprises.
To Remedy Pilates founders Kelly and Amanda Snailum, who are sisters-in-law, the war against cancer is a personal one.
“In 2006, my father passed away from a rough fight with brain cancer. The following year, Amanda’s grandma lost a long with Pancreatic Cancer,” said co-founder Kelly Snailum. “We became quickly aware of how many people we knew who were personally effected by cancer. When we opened the doors at Remedy in 2008, we gave ourselves a personal mission to do what we could with our talents to fight for a cure. We hope what little part we have will someday make a change.”
Now celebrating its fourth year in business, Remedy Pilates and Massage will also host a “Pilates in the Park” fundraising class at the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park Paradise Ramada on October 28 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The class will raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through donations. The $10 donation with be donated directly to the foundation.