Trinity Fitness expands space, classes
Trinity Fitness, LLC of Greenville originally opened in May 2014 as a 24-hour workout facility that also offered boot camp classes.
In 2017, Vicki Phillips’ business is offering a whole lot more.
One big addition: approximately 1,000 additional square feet of classroom space has been added at its 323 Greenville By-Pass location.
“We took what was basically a large unfinished back room, re-floored it, painted it and added mirrors, so we now have an attractive and really spacious classroom that can accommodate larger classes,” said Phillips.
And the classes, along with the workout space, are expanding at Trinity.
“We will be offering classes in Zumba and Pilates, along with Barre classes. Barre is the top way to get fit in a low impact combination. You get cardio, ballet, toning and sculpting at its best—and even better, you will no longer have to drive to Montgomery for this type of class,” Phillips explained. “It can be intense but it’s also fun!”
Trinity’s resident yoga master Jeanie Cobb says she is “over-the- moon excited” at what she and fellow staff members will be able to provide for their clients in 2017.
“I will be teaching classes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a.m. consisting of Yoga, Pilates, Body Sculpting, and Weight Training,” said Cobb. “We will offer the same thing on Mondays at 5:30 p.m.” According to Cobb, specialties offered will include Thai Yoga Massage, aka Lazy Man’s Yoga.
And that’s certainly not all.
“Our yoga specialty certifications include Warriors/PTSD, Yoga Therapy, Pre-Natal, Yoga Back, Yoga Strength, Kids’ Yoga, Seniors’ Yoga, Sweat (Hot) Yoga, Ayurveda, Yoga for MS, Lean Yoga—and more!” Cobb enthused. “And additional classes will be added for early birds at 5:30 a.m. as we move forward on Tuesdays and Thursdays.”
Need to relax, unwind, speed recovery from a sports injury or just give yourself a good pampering? Consider trying one of the massage options at Trinity, says Phillips.
“Our certified massage therapist Kayla Causey will be doing several types of massages, including Swedish, hot stone massages and more, along with Jeanie Cobb, who is certified in Thai yoga massage,” Phillips said. “You won’t believe how beneficial a good therapeutic massage can be to your overall health and wellness.”
There are also several fitness equipment additions to Trinity, including a brand spanking new ab machine, T-bar row and bench press for their clients’ workout needs, said Phillips.
As the year progresses, the fitness center is looking to add even more options to its schedule, including workshops and talks by guest fitness instructors, a chair yoga class for those with health and weight-related issues who find traditional gyms too intimidating, and even ladies’ self-defense classes taught by members of the Greenville Police Department.
“We are definitely on the move and moving upward at Trinity,” said Cobb. “We are an enthusiastic bunch who are all certified in our areas and ready to help you reach your wellness and self-care goals.”
Phillips is eager for local citizens of all ages and fitness levels to find out for themselves what Trinity has to offer. “Come see us and discover how we can help create a ‘new you’ in the new year,” she said. As an incentive, the initial sign up fee will be waived for new members during the month of January.
For more information, visit Trinity’s website at www.trinityfitnessgreenville.com, follow them on Facebook at Trinity Fitness, LLC or contact them by phone at 371-2348.