Innovative Fitness opens up at new location

Personal-training facility has expanded as part of new development

Innovative Fitness has opened its relocated South Surrey franchise – one of its earliest and largest locations.

After eight years in operation, the personal-training facility has expanded, moving to 15303 31 Ave., as part of the new Southpointe 99 development.

Owned and operated by Curtis Christopherson, Innovative Fitness’s first franchisee, the new location provides one-on-one boutique training experience in a larger 5,340 sq. ft. space featuring natural light and new state-of-the-art equipment.

The facility also has areas to accommodate clients of Innovative Fitness’ partner, Diane Lee and Associates Physiotherapy.

Innovative Fitness celebrates the opening of the location with a VIP party on Nov. 28, 5-8 p.m., along with its annual Train the Trainer fundraiser.

 

 

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