Coach House Fitness has recently celebrated a year of achievements. Taking over the former Wynnstay Hotel gym from the Coaching Inn Group in January 2023, they have witnessed a 150% surge in membership and recently been awarded the Oswestry Life Customer Service and Diversification Award.

The latest milestone for the club is the unveiling of a brand-new studio, created by converting the former swimming pool and spa area, carefully preserving the original charm with exposed brick, wood beams, and stable arch windows. The 150m2 space will be used to offer a diverse range of 29 weekly live and virtual classes.

Mayor of Oswestry, Councillor Olly Rose, officially opened the studio at a launch event attended by staff, gym members and press today, (1st March).  She even took a moment to try out the boxing pads with instructor Liam Grasier before cutting the ribbon.

Scheduled to kick off on March 4th, classes will include Spin, Boxercise, Circuit Classes, Yoga, and Pilates. Leading the sessions will be instructors Liam, Luke Evans, and Callum Woodcock as well as owner Rad Danailov and outside yoga specialist Jess Jones.  Open to both members and non-members on a convenient pay-as-you-go basis, these classes offer flexibility for all fitness enthusiasts.

As Coach House Fitness continues its journey, the new studio and expanded class offerings reflect a commitment to excellence and inclusivity. More than a gym, Coach House Fitness stands as a community hub, welcoming individuals on a shared path towards healthier, happier lives.

Picture credit: Oswestry BID.