Gym group welcomes back its Northumberland members
A popular gym franchise has reopened its doors and is welcoming back customers.
Curves Fitness for Women clubs have remained closed during lockdown, keeping in touch with their members throughout the pandemic via online classes, long-distance support, and a new mobile application.
Now the franchise, which has clubs in Ashington and Cramlington, has reopened with strict new Covid-19 secure systems in place.
The fitness giant offers women the chance to stay fit and healthy through strength training exercises designed exclusively for women.
It also promotes an environment of fun and safe support for women.
A spokesperson said: “Curves has been significantly important during these months of isolation.
"Their unique approach motivates women to thrive through positive reinforcement by always having a friendly coach to guide and encourage members to attain their fitness goals.
"Curves has demonstrated throughout the pandemic that they can do precisely that, no matter where members are, in-club, at-home or online.
“All clubs are operating under strict sanitisation rules and have taken all measures to guarantee a clean and safe environment for their members.
"However, they ask members to book their in-club sessions through the app, and ahead of time to keep in check with Covid protocols allowing only a few people indoors at any time.”