Club Pilates announced it will re-open three of its Valley studios tomorrow, Thursday, August 20, after receiving approval from the Arizona Department of Health Services. Club Pilates, the nation’s largest premium Pilates franchise, is one of the first boutique gyms to get approval to re-open since being shut down in late June. The local franchise locations include Scottsdale Shea, Gainey Ranch and Arcadia.
“We have been waiting patiently for this day to come. We have taken every possible measure to not only meet but exceed the CDC guidelines to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and ensure the safety of our members, staff and our community,” says franchise owner Yvette Jacobs. “We believe we got rewarded the opportunity to re-open for being responsible and playing by the rules to fight the spread of COVID-19 in our state.”
Club Pilates will continue to operate under strict CDC guidelines, reduce classes sizes, and enhance their cleaning measures. To celebrate the re-opening, Club Pilates is offering special membership options. New members can receive 20 percent off for 90 days. Simply contact the studios directly for details.
Club Pilates offers a total body workout that help with posture, balance, flexibility, and strength. Each studio offers different classes that utilizes a variety of equipment, including reformers, EXO chairs, TRX, springboard and Barre. Yvette Jacobs and her husband Keith own three Valley locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix. Their newest location in Arcadia opened in March 2018. For more information on Club Pilates, visit www.clubpilates.com/scottsdaleshea