Debbie Bobbett and Reem Jishi have expanded the programming at their performance and wellness studio on the corner of Old Seneca Turnpike and Jordan Road in Skaneateles. It's called Gazella and is actually up above Dr. John Maurillo's eyecare office, "Village Visions."
What is Gazella? Ned Campbell reported earlier in the Skaneateles Press:
"People go there to get in shape, but don't be fooled: it's not your typical gym.
Gazella is about comfort, cleanliness and sustainability. The newly purchased equipment, and even the paint on the walls, is all environmentally friendly.
Customers can expect to use unique equipment - like the TRX suspension training chords - for the first time, but not without comfortably paced instruction.
And adding to the comfort, the larger room has advanced heating and cooling capabilities. Bobbett says the room can heat up to 95 degrees in five minutes for hot yoga classes. The glistening hardwood floors also feature radiant heat.
New this month, Gazella has opened its spinning room to offer an indoor cycling program, and has expanded its services to include facials and massage.
More: go to gazella-studio.com/Site/Welcome.html or just drop into the open house Oct. 16 anytime between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Gazella's team of instructors and coaches:
Another great feature of Gazella is that many of Skaneateles' finest fitness trainers offer work outs in the space as well. Here are nine more reasons to get fit, and stay fit at Skaneateles' newest fitness center.
Reem Jishi - Co-owner, triathlon and cycling coach, TRX
Debbie Bobbett - Co-owner, exercise physiologist, TRX
Dick Searing - Triathlon coach
Bill Houser - Swim coach
Maggie Thomson - Personal trainer, boot camp and body fusion
Joni Brown - Personal trainer, body fusion
Judiann Cesta - Beginner yoga, power yoga and hot yoga
Georgia Stormes - Gentle yoga, yoga for cancer survivors and 50+ yoga
Aline Moses and Edelika Becker - Zumba