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Pilates center in Langley celebrates birthday

Nicole Falso, Amanda Murphy and Leslie Larch are at the helm of a growing Island Pilates Center. - Michael Stadler photo
Nicole Falso, Amanda Murphy and Leslie Larch are at the helm of a growing Island Pilates Center.
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Island Pilates Center is celebrating its ninth anniversary and the conclusion of the winter to spring fitness challenge with an after hours party and class sampler from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 27.

Nine years ago Island Pilates Center began as a single person, single reformer, small studio.  Now it is a happening fitness studio with trainers Nicole Falso, Amanda Murphy and Leslie Larch at the helm.

The trainers hold pilates, yoga, TRX and qi gong and movement fusion classes seven days a week. Instructors are certified in Stott Pilates and offer private instruction as well as group reformer classes six days a week.

More classes are coming soon with ballet conditioning, Yoga 4 Kids, Mama Moment yoga and pilates.

For the full schedule visit www.islandpilatescenter.com or www.whidbeyislandyoga.com.

The studio is located in the Porter Building in downtown Langley at 222 Anthes Ave. For information, call 221-8881.

 

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