“At The Hub, collaboration is one of our top priorities,” said Bonnie Kling, director of operations and collaboration at the Entrepreneurs Center.
“It’s really not about us, it’s about the value we can bring to businesses in the community,” Dunn Peters said. “The Dayton Arcade would not have been possible without the support of community partners, so anytime we can involve the community in some way, we want to do that.”
With each session offering a different type of workout – from relaxing yoga to invigorating HIIT – participants can break a sweat week after week without getting bored. The format also provides the opportunity to try new or unique options at no cost before beginning a new fitness routine.
“The instructors we use are definitely looking forward to introducing themselves and their classes to the community,” Kling said.
The indoor venue is also an ideal location to beat the summer heat.
“And we are finally at a point where people are feeling more comfortable working out together again,” Dunn Peters added.
Participants need only bring a mat, water bottle and their enthusiasm.