The Roaring Fork Young Professionals (RFYP) would like to congratulate its newly elected officers for the 2011 calendar year. The RFYP is a nonprofit organization associated with the Glenwood Chamber of Commerce dedicated to the enrichment of professional and community development throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. The RFYP meets the second Monday of each month. For more information, contact any of the officers or visit the website: http://www.roaringforkyoung- professionals.com. RFYP 2011 officers are:President is Sara Peuschold, kindergarten teacher at Glenwood Springs Elementary School.Vice president-membership Jay McGlade, financial advisor with Edward Jones Investments in Glenwood Springs.Secretary/treasurer is Jamin Heady-Smith, CPA with Dalby Wendland & Co. P.C. in Glenwood SpringsFirst vice president is Brian Pearson of Structural Associates Inc., Builders in Glenwood Springs.Vice president-technology is Jill Trujillo with Blizzard Internet Marketing Inc. in Glenwood Springs.Vice president-social development is Derron C. Cloud, food and beverage manager at The Aspen Glen Club.
Florindo’s Restaurant was closed due to a death in the family, however, Restaurant is now open and back to regular schedule.
There is a new yoga studio open in Glenwood at 1001 Grand Ave. in the Tamarack Mall called Om My Yoga. Daily yoga classes are available for all levels. We have six wonderful instructors – Lisa, Nova, Cate, Keri, Victoria and Bettina – teaching various kinds of yoga. There are classes to fit into every schedule from 6 a.m. through evening. There is kid’s yoga Thursday at 4 p.m., and the weekends will feature various workshops. Now is the time to get healthy, destressed and fit. Join this friendly yoga community, give an hour to yourself so you will have more to give back. Stop by 1001 Grand for a schedule or call (720) 635-8240 for more information.
The Glenwood Springs Community Center has a new personal trainer. Let Heidi Vosbeck, AFAA certified personal trainer, help you develop and improve your exercise routine, while providing you with motivation and guidance to achieve your fitness goals. Call the Community Center at 384-6301 to schedule an appointment or for more information.
Generate Fitness Training Studio will open its doors Feb. 1 for the first time to the public. Generate is an affordable fitness alternative to the machines at traditional gyms, and provides elite fitness and lifestyle training.Each month, Generate holds clinics that cover in-depth information on various topics including sleep, posture and stress management. February will hold a nutrition clinic with a lecture, dinner, grocery shopping with a nutritionist and a cooking class.Generate is accepting members only by appointment until the Grand Opening on Feb. 1, beginning at 5 p.m. At 5 p.m. there will be a free group class to all attendants, and at 5:50 p.m., there will a nutritious dinner.For more membership and cost information, please contact Bretty Payne at (970) 404-2124, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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