BalloFlex Creates New Jobs

BalloFlex, a seated exercise workout program, is expanding program availability in 2018 by adding certified instructors to work with independent gyms, assisted living facilities, and corporation lunchrooms to meet growing demand.

Cuyahoga Falls, United States - January 3, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

BalloFlex, a seated fitness program for all ages and levels, is looking to build its team with more certified instructors. This fresh new fitness program is done to the rhythm of your favorite music, easily modified, low impact, and tones all major muscle groups. It is a complete core workout and endorphin release. BalloFlex now has eight years of proven success with many different populations.

Julie Buckeye, the creator of BalloFlex says,
“My favorite part of BalloFlex is the holistic approach to healing the mind and body. I have top athlete’s embrace this as part of their routine, and I feel joy as I watch clients who had a stroke or live with arthritis build their physical strength and inner confidence. “BalloFlex allows me to live out my purpose in helping others and staying healthy myself. It is a gift to build relationships and encourage others in their goals to wholeness.”

There is a strong client demand for this program as classes can be held in homes, Senior Living communities, corporations, and fitness facilities. An instructor recently shared,

Certifications to become a BalloFlex certified instructor are run monthly online and in groups. Visit our website for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Raechel Winklestine
Organization: BalloFlex Fitness
Address: 1775 3rd Street Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
Phone: 330-701-7986

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