Next Level Fitness has upped its game

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Katie Jackson is the owner of Next Level Fitness in Sparwood, B.C.

Katie Jackson is the owner of Next Level Fitness in Sparwood, B.C. — Photo courtesy Next Level Fitness

Next Level Fitness has leveled up to a new location in Sparwood, reopening as a studio in Centennial Square. The bright, spacious and clean new studio has large windows to allow natural light in and stunning scenic views out. Some of Next Level Fitness’s classes include private personal training, group fitness classes, summer fitness classes, specialty workshops and open door blocks where members can use the space like a gym. There’s even a kids playroom for little ones (ages three and up) to hang out while their parents attend fitness classes.

“We are the only facility in Sparwood that has such a wide variety of services all in one place,” said Katie Jackson, owner of Next Level Fitness. “We are continually looking for new, exciting styles of exercise to keep things fresh and interesting.”

Kyle Born

Kyle Born is a writer for Kootenay Business and his initials match that of the magazine—it must be fate that brought them together. View all of Kyle Born’s articles

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