After investing more than $1 million for renovations to its Women’s Center, Gainesville Health & Fitness has reopened, as GHFWomen, an ultra-modern fitness center and the only center in Gainesville exclusively for women. GHFWomen features the industry’s most innovative programs including StudioQ – the largest Queenax system in the US – along with an array of offerings from small group training classes to barre, yoga, Zumba and more, all facilitated by a female-only staff.
The Women’s Center renovation is part of a multi-year $8 million investment in Gainesville Health & Fitness facilities. “Our core purpose is to create an experience that helps people get the most out of life and inspires them to become their best,” says Gainesville Health & Fitness Founder and CEO Joe Cirulli. “As an organization we must set the example by being our best, which is why we seek out industry-leading programs like Queenax, and why we continually enhance our facilities and services.”
In addition to the build out of Queenax and StudioQ, everything from floor to ceiling in the 14,000 square foot center has been completely renovated including locker rooms, showers, sauna, steam room, whirlpool and Kid’s Club.
“We recognize that women relish the time they can be their authentic selves and the strength they can draw from the support and fellowship of other women,” said Wendy Ackerman, GHFWomen general manager. “We have created a spa-like haven where every woman can grow stronger in body, in mind, in spirit, and in community with other women.”
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