Corestar Pilates celebrates 10 years in Auburn

Downtown studio hosts open house, free classes on June 2



Corestar Pilates celebrates 10 years in Auburn with an open house and free classes on Saturday, June 2.

“It is hard for me to believe that we have been here this long,” said Ruth Stover, owner, operator and instructor. “I am grateful to have had success this long, having opened during a recession 10 years ago.”

The open house is free to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the downtown studio, 205 E. Main St., Suite B.

The free class schedule:

Fitness room: 9 a.m. yoga; 9:45, cardio HIIT (new class); 10:30 TRX; 11:15, Barre; noon, Yamuna; 12:45 p.m., mat Pilates; 1:30, cardio HIIT; 2:15, Barre; 3, TRX HIIT; 3:45 Yamuna.

Reformer room: 9:30 a.m., group reformer; 10:15, JumpFit; 11:15, group reformer; 11:55, nutrition; 12:30 p.m., JumpFit; 1:15, group reformer; 2, JumpFit; 2:45, group reformer.

Space is limited. Register early for classes at Corestar Pilates, or in studio.

The studio also will have its infrared sauna available for guests to use. The staff’s nutritional therapist on staff will be available to answer questions. Healthy snacks will be served.

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