Wynnum health studio The Good Dose is set to open its doors next Monday, June 15, offering fitness for all ages and abilities with offerings including jiu jitsu, yoga and pilates, as well as mouthwatering organic sourdough and freshly baked pastries from The Bread Social.
Although Jiu Jitsu classes are unavailable until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, yoga and pilates classes are still being offered, with family memberships, unlimited classes and child-friendly classes to accommodate the various needs of patrons. While restrictions are in place, classes will be capped at six attendees with increased sanitisation stations and gym cleaning will occur.
Inspired by the desire to build an inclusive community open to individuals of all abilities, ages and fitness levels, co-founders Josh Campbell and Molly Nicholas worked to develop what they describe as a unique gym structure that grants members access to all three disciplines with a single studio membership.
“We are providing a beautiful welcoming studio space, that we hope will promote a sense of wellbeing, friendship and community,” Molly says. Josh, who has more than eight years experience practising jiu jitsu in Australia and overseas, says they hope to encourage people to try new things.
The Good Dose cites the benefits of its practices as ranging from sharpened mental focus, stress relief, enhanced flexibilit and and fitness to confidence building. Molly and Josh are hosting an opening weekend for The Good Dose on 13 and 14 June.
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