New Year's resolutions are in full effect, and fitness centers across Beacon are heating up! A couple of local businesses have recently made changes, and we've updated A Little Beacon Blog's Adult Classes Guide to reflect the changes. Be sure to check in regularly to see the latest changes and additions to the classes lineup! There are a lot of great lifestyle, business, and fitness classes to choose from.
Beacon Pilates Moves to New Location
After 13 years on Main Street, Beacon Pilates has moved to their newly designed location at 18 West Main St., Suite 3 - the same building that houses 2 Way Brewing and BCAP, right by the train station. What's a bonus to that location, besides being so close to BCAP's pre-K and summer camp center? Parking. Tons of it. Park right in front of the building, or along the street.
You can check out Beacon Pilates' new digs at their Grand Re-Opening Party on Saturday, February 10, from 5 to 8 pm. All are welcome, even if you have no experience with Pilates.
P.S.: Thank you, Beacon Pilates, for coming on as an advertiser with us! Support from local businesses like theirs helps keep our publication crankin'!
Shambhala Wellness Center
This week, Karla McGuire, owner of Shambhala Wellness Center, announced that the center is changing owners and its name. Alison Jolicoeur, Certified Yoga Teacher, Certified Health Coach, and Certified Shamanic Reiki Master Teacher, will be taking over. The space's new name will be Beacon of Light Wellness Center, still located at 4 S. Chestnut Street, just off the middle of Main Street near Rite Aid. The official opening of Beacon of Light Wellness Center will be Thursday, February 1, and the Grand Opening celebration will be on Second Saturday, February 10, from 10 am to 8 pm.
Tin Shingle Offers New Website Design Class
If you're stuck on starting your website, Tin Shingle has the class for you: Make Your Website With Markers. That's right - you'll be setting up what will go onto your website, how you sell to your clients or customers, and what you want people to think and feel when they get to your website. It's an easy and fun workshop that will knock out that creative block.