Cranmore Fitness, the largest fitness facility in the Valley, will host an open house with free access to classes and club facilities on Monday, November 14.
In addition to a showcase of classes, guests can join Memorial Hospital’s Miranda Center for Diabetes nurse practitioner Justine Fierman, FNP-BC for free health screenings, including blood pressure check and a diabetes risk test from 9 a.m. to noon. November 14 is World Diabetes Day.
“Cranmore Fitness has a long-standing history of supporting the community and helping people stay fit,” said Kristen Barbin, club manager. “We’re excited to offer our variety of programs to the public for a day while working with Memorial Hospital to support a great cause.”
Complimentary classes offered throughout the open house will include Yoga, Les Mills BODYCOMBAT, Strength in Motion, Spinning and MOVE. Personal trainers will also be available at the club for 15 minute consultations with guests from 9 a.m. to noon.
To help support diabetes resources, awareness and education in the community during Diabetes Awareness Month, Cranmore Fitness will host a membership drive in conjunction with Memorial Hospital from November 7-21. Cranmore Fitness will donate a portion of proceeds from the drive to the hospital’s Miranda Leavitt Diabetes Fund.
For a full class line up and details, visit CranmoreFitness.com or call 603-356-6301.