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Auburn's Inner Icon Fitness celebrates move to new, large location

Mayor Pete Lewis, Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce representatives and community leaders joined Inner Icon Fitness owners David and Wynter Weaver at a ribbon-cutting ceremony.  - Courtesy photo
Mayor Pete Lewis, Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce representatives and community leaders joined Inner Icon Fitness owners David and Wynter Weaver at a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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Inner Icon Fitness, a four-year-old fitness studio in Auburn, recently celebrated the grand opening of its fourth space in four years.

David and Wynter Weaver's business has grown every year they have been in operation, necessitating a move into a larger facility. The new studio is at 2002 W. Valley Highway N., Suite 100, Auburn.

"Due to our clients' successes, we continue to grow. We have thrived because our clients have thrived; their results speak greater volumes than we ever could," said David Weaver, Inner Icon owner and coach.

About Inner Icon Fitness

Founded in a home garage in 2009 by local 20-something couple David and Wynter Weaver, Inner Icon Fitness has grown beyond its humble beginnings and into its fourth space in four years; a 4,000-square-foot studio featuring an in-house massage therapist, kids' playroom and open layout to cater to a growing client base. The Auburn-based studio has created a fitness community that caters to all ages, backgrounds and fitness levels through personal training, small group personal training and program design. Additionally, Inner Icon coaches clients in understanding the relationship between exercise, nutrition, sleep and stress to offer a complete package in helping them achieve their goals.

For more information, please visit www.innericonfitness.com.

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