Sweat Therapy Fitness Press
Tallahassee Magazine Shares Sweat Therapy's Love Story
Checkout the July/ August issue of Tallahassee Magazine spotlighting Owners/ Founders Kim and Brian Bibeau. The story on page 46 shares how Kim and Brian balance work, life and love; channeling their passion into Sweat Therapy's success.
Tallahassee Family Magazine Spotlights Rock Steady Boxing at Sweat Therapy Fitness
Learn the inspiring story of Rock Steady boxers who are punching out Parkinsons Diseae at Sweat Therapy Fitness.
Owner/ Founder of Sweat Therapy Fitness, Kim Bibeau, and the Director of Better Living Solutions, Danielle Shelton, appear on WTXL Community Chat to share a Doantion Based Mediative Yoga Workout hosted at Sweat Therapy Fitness on Saturday, February 25th. This donation-only yoga practice will benefit the Tallahassee NEDA Walk (National Eating Disorder Association) and promtoe positive self care and healthy body image.
To sign-up for the Donation Based Mediative Yoga Workout visit: http://www.sweattherapyfitness.com/reserve/index.cfm?action=Reserve.chooseClass&site=1&n=Tallahassee&wk=1
To learn more about the tallahassee NEDA Walk visit: https://www.nedawalk.org/tallahassee2017
To learn more about Better Living Solutions and the support they provide to the Tallahassee community visit: http://blscounseling.net
The Tallahassee Democrat shares details on a Meditative Yoga Donation Workout hosted at Sweat Therapy Fitness on Saturday, February 25th from 12:00-12:55pm. Organized by Sweat Therpay, Better Living Solutions and Allison Brooks this doantion-only workout supports the Tallahassee NEDA Walk (National Eating Disorder Assocation) and promotes positive body image and self care.
To particpate in the Meditative Yoga Donation Workout please sign-up online or call the Midtown studio to reserve your spot - 850.222.1781.
In the wake of Hurricane Irma, Sweat Therapy Fitness hosted a highly successful donation-only workout to benefit The American Red Cross Capital Area Chapter. The workout raised more than $1,500 and all funds directly supported local Hurricane Irma relief.