Langley gym opens

Langley has a new workout center, the only one in town, thanks to Whidbey Island Time Fitness.

Langley has a new workout center, the only one in town, thanks to Whidbey Island Time Fitness.

Owner Stephanie Sansbury first opened the doors in February to the studio at 630 Second St. An open house is set for 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 9 that includes free classes, snacks and pass raffles as well as demonstrations and a rotation of classes to preview the offerings for guests.

The studio’s programs cover a range of formats: yoga, NIA, PiYo, MixxedFit, and R.I.P.P.E.D. Taking advantage of Langley’s scenic areas, a walk-and-talk fit club accommodates more people during strolls through the Village by the Sea. There’s also an eight-week chair play course designed as a Mother’s Day special.

Rates are staggered to fit busy schedules. Five-class, 10-class and drop-in punch cards are available, as well as a monthly pass. South Whidbey High School students pay $3.

Learn more about the center online at www.whidbeyislandtimefitness.com.

 

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