Peak Physique Celebrates Diversity with Free Events




Diversity Richmond members with Will Wright

Concierge fitness company Peak Physique, which provides in-home and onsite personal training throughout the region, has formed a partnership with Diversity Richmond, an organization dedicated to creating a community where LGBTQ+ citizens are treated with respect and dignity, and their unique gifts are championed and celebrated.

      With the idea of providing more health and fitness opportunities, programming and education for the community, Peak Physique is hosting a series of free, biweekly workout classes at Diversity Richmond, including body weight training and yoga, community health screenings and informative workshops.

Location: 1407 Sherwood Ave., Entrance #3. For more information, call 804-482-4240 or visit PeakPhysiqueVA.com and DiversityRichmond.org.

 

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