A casualty of lockdown is the new fitness and wellbeing studio FRESH., in Ely, that was due to open its doors on Saturday 7 November after months of hard work and build up. For now, that launch is on pause.
FRESH., once open, will be a sanctuary for the community to provide support for mental health, promote equality, practice sustainability, and encourage health, relaxation and wellbeing – something so needed right now.
In the meantime, from Monday 9 November you will still be able to access FRESH. classes online at www.freshandwell.co.uk/ including Barre, Pilates, Yoga, HIIT, and Flexitone.
Sara Ford, FRESH. co-founder says: “A big thank you to all those who have supported us through this set back. We plan to use the time to continue our professional development and complete further qualifications. We will also still deliver our online sessions. It is a difficult time for many, but we know that when the time comes, we will be offering our community a safe place to recover from 2020.”
Alice Loombe, FRESH. co-founder adds: “We have had some great news. Becca Grey has taken on our café space with Beanies Vegan Coffee Hub – providing coffee and cake. We’re so excited to share FRESH. with the Ely community. Hopefully it won’t be too long a wait.”
Sara and Alice were awarded community asset funding by Sport England to support them in their business launch.
Stay in the FRESH. loop and check out http://www.freshandwell.co.uk/ You can also follow FRESH. on Facebook (@freshandwell) and Instagram (@fresh.social).