INVIVO Offering New FitRx Program
INVIVO Wellness is launching a new group fitness program called FitRx, with classes held from 9 to 9:50 a.m. Tuesday mornings, beginning October 12. Designed by physical therapists, FitRx is for individuals new to exercise or returning to exercise after pregnancy, surgery or chronic injury.
FitRx helps reduce the risk of re-injury and begin the transition to higher wellness goals, such as returning to distance-walking, yoga, running, weightlifting, gardening and recreational sports. Classes are led by a licensed physical therapist and are safe, engaging and effective.
INVIVO Wellness provides a range of programs and opportunities to achieve and maintain a state of health, balance and well-being.
Cost: $20 per class; $95 for a five-class package; $175 for a 10-class package. Location: 2060 N. Humboldt Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-265-5606, email Info@InvivoWellness.com or visit InvivoWellness.com.
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