Arlene Reiss (left) and Deb Bobbett (right) the co-owners of Well Balanced Studio at 22 Jordan St., sit on the “Cadillac,” a piece of equipment used for Pilates, in their newly opened studio.
“We help to motivate and give them confidence that they can continue to do the exercises they want to do when they are going through treatment,” Bobbett said.
She is currently working towards acquiring certification through the American College of Sports Medicine as a “Cancer Wellness Exercise Specialist,” and both women are already certified personal trainers and wellness coaches.
Reiss, who specializes in teaching Pilates, said that many people think it is just for women. But that is not true. The Pilates and training programs they offer can fit the needs of anyone, she said.
“Do this for your well being, do this for your lifestyle, not just a specific event,” she said.
Bobbett and Reiss encourage anyone interested in their classes to give them a call, email or stop by to schedule a wellness consultation.
They are holding a grand opening celebration and cocktail reception from 4 to 6 p.m on Friday, March 8 at the studio.
For more information on Well Balanced Studio visit their website at wellbalancedstudio.com.
Joe Genco is the editor of the Skaneateles Press. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.