energyXchange: the evolution of exercise

energyXchange: the evolution of exercise

December 23, 2010 23:41 ET

energyXchange Finally Opens Its Doors ... and it Was Worth the Wait

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Dec. 23, 2010) - From dodgy contractors to permit problems to everything in between, it seems that energyXchange has been through it all and is still standing tall. 

The raw brick and beam studio has been under construction for about 10 months now, and is finally opening its doors on Jan. 2nd, just in time for New Year's Resolutions and 2011 weight loss goals. 

All the unforeseen delays and financially stressful times have not tainted the energyXchange team in the least. Instead of being bitter, they are even more eager to finally meet the community and everyone in it, as we experienced first hand where upon entering the space, where we were literally greeted with open arms. 

"We couldn't do it without the support of friends and family and everyone in the community," says Marea Taylor, director and owner. "We have had a such a great response from everyone around us, that now, more than ever, we are focused on giving back and would love to help as many people as possible reach their health and fitness goals." And with almost 50 classes beginning in the New Year, there is a lot to choose from. Hot Yoga with infrared heat, Pilates on the Gravity machine, Bootcamp Evolved classes, Personal Training, Power Plate sessions and the list goes on and on, there is no doubt you will find what you are looking for, and much more.

"We wanted people to try different classes to see what they could be missing, and we wanted to take the financial component away from the decision." Thus "Around The Club In 14 Days" was created, where you can try everything for 2 weeks free of charge

"We know people will love the different classes and instructors once they try it," says Carri-Lynn, the studio's Clinic Director that over sees the Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Massage therapy, Acupuncture, and Sports Therapy Clinic. There is something here for everyone, and at the very least the 40 plus flavors of loose leaf DAVIDsTEA, lattes, yummy treats, and the 1,000 square foot patio is a destination in itself. 

With an absolutely beautiful space, amazing friendly staff and some of the best teachers in the industry, such as Jana Webb who teaches yoga to the Toronto Argonauts, and Michelle Robles who trains the military, energyXchange is a breath of fresh air and we literally welcome you with open with arms.

energyXchange opens its doors on Jan. 2nd, 2011.
Go in and check it out: 698 Queen Street East
Phone: 416.727.9884
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