Holiday Closures and Reminders

I just wanted to send out an early notice regarding December and January.

Vitality Bootcamp will be closed from Saturday, December 18th until Sunday, December 26th. So classes will begin bright and early Monday, December 27th and we can start burning off that holiday eating!

I am also expecting a high volume of new clients in January so please let me know if your class schedule will be changing at all. If you need to be taken off classes or adjust times, please let me know in December – otherwise I will assume you will be attending on your current schedule.

Thanks so much and see you in class!

Just wanted to send you some more specifics on the holiday hours the week of December 27th to 31st. Bootcamp will run as followed:

Monday – Thursday: 6:00 am, 9:30 am, 6:15 pm & 7:15 pm

Friday: CLOSED – Happy New Years Eve!



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