Tewksbury Woman, Partners Open New Fitness Business
Wilmington, Tewksbury and Woburn residents combine to open Body Infusion by HER.
For a trio of local residents with a combined 30 years of work in the fitness industry, the next step was a logical one. It was time to open their own studio.
“The three of us joined up because of the trust we have in each other,” said co-owner Emily King, who teamed up with Rose Ryan of Tewksbury and Woburn native Heather Lowe to open up Body Infusion by HER over the weekend. “We are hard working, dedicated, and we have a lot of heart and passion for what we do.”
Wilmington’s newest gym is located at 296 Shawsheen Ave. in the plaza that includes Greg’s Roast Beef.
King, who was raised in Wilmington and still lives in town, said the location was perfect because it is close for all three of the organizers, and also provides an opportunity for customers to arrive from a wide range of towns in the area.
As far as the workouts go, spinning and Body Infusion classes will be the main attraction, along with kick boxing, yoga, pilates, and more.
Though the studio is owned by three women, it isn’t limited to females only. Men and women alike are invited to sign up for classes, according to King.
While the business just opened over the weekend, King said she’s already received many calls and e-mails in recent days trying to reserve spots for classes.
For more information on the business, visit the Body Infusion by HER website.
“We are looking forward to showing new people how much fun we have working out,” said King.