Niki G’s Fitness will hold five “drop-in” classes on Jan. 21st for non-members who can try out a Niki G class for $20. All proceeds will go to the Alzheimer’s Association.
Niki Gauthier, Owner of Niki G’s Fitness, is playing in the Alzheimer’s Association Mid South Chapter Middle Tennessee Region’s first every Blondes vs. Brunettes Powderpuff Football Game on Jan. 26th to honor her Grandmother and Great-grandmother who both lived with Alzheimer’s Disease. Gauthier is one of the captain’s of the “Blonde” team and has dedicated her monthly trial classes in January as a fundraiser to the Alzheimer’s Association. Gauthier says, “At Niki G’s we teach lifestyle changes to create the habit of consistent exercise, which is just one of the ways that show promise of helping to prevent Alzheimer’s. We are proud to support an organization that will continue to education our community on how to prevent Alzheimer’s and will provide support to those who have been affected.”
Classes are available at all three Nashville area Niki G’s Fitness locations on Saturday, Jan. 21st 2012. Boot Camp classes for women all fitness levels are offered at 7am in Cool Springs, 8:30am at Wildwood and 9:30am at their Lenox Village location in South Nashville. Niki G’s Fusion Fitness class, a blend of Pilates and Yoga, is available at Cool Springs at 8:30am and at Lenox Village at 8:15am. All classes are one hour long and provide a chance for non-members to try out a class before deciding to enroll for a four-week session. Advanced registration to the Trial Class and Fundraiser is required.
Niki G’s Boot Camp, THE Complete Personal Fitness Program for Women, is available in three area locations and offers almost 50 class per week. Members of all fitness levels enjoy the accountability, camaraderie and variety of exercise they experience at Niki G’s. Niki Gauthier, a mother of two and former regular fitness expert and guest on the Home Shopping Network, has been a personal trainer for over 15 years.
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading, global voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care and support, and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research. For more information, visit www.alz.org.
To learn more or participate in their Nashville Blonde vs Brunnettes Powderpuff Football Game on Jan. 26th, go to http://www.bvbnashville.org/