A ribbon cutting event held Jan. 4 helped to kick off the resurrection of the Ceres’ In-Shape Health Club. The fitness club reopened Jan. 1 after over a year of being closed.
The Mitchell Road facility was forced to close in 2020 due to state restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The chain of clubs filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The newly remodeled 33,601-square-foot Mitchell Road facility hosted a grand opening from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 4 with a 3 p.m. Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting ceremony. Free gifts for attendees, complimentary refreshments from Mango Crazy caterer, fitness contests on the new turf, a raffle to win a free membership for the year, and a special membership promotion for new members were be part of the celebration.
In-Shape has added two new fitness studios, a new turf area in the center of the club, and doubled the size of the weight room. The club also has a dedicated cardio area, 29-minute circuit training, a large kid zone and indoor pool and sauna.
In-Shape is also looking to hire locals to build out its team. With roles to fill from entry level to leadership positions, In-Shape is looking for friendly, driven team members who are passionate about fitness. Those interested in a position should visit www.inshape.com/careers for more information.
Membership at In-Shape Ceres, will include unlimited use of the club, indoor pool, hot tub and sauna and a wide variety of studio classes including, Les Mills, Zumba, dance, strength, yoga, barre, aqua, senior classes, cycle and more. Membership at In-Shape can be customized based on the number of clubs a member wishes to visit while on the go.