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Goodlife Health Clubs Announce $2.5 Million Investment

  • Goodlife Health Clubs has committed $2.5 million to the redevelopment of its Ashgrove club
  •  Largest renovation of any club in the brand’s history
  •  The club will boast a dedicated MIND BODY studio – with virtual classes at the touch of a button, as well as Bootybarre, Pilates and Yoga
  •  Phase one of the redevelopment is complete, with the second and final stage expected to be finished by October 2016

Goodlife Health Clubs has announced a $2.5 million investment in the redevelopment of their Ashgrove club, solidifying the brand’s commitment to growth in Queensland.

The architecturally-designed fit out, undertaken by Donnan Consulting, will see the current location double in size to span more than 2,000sqm and has a significant focus on bringing the outdoors in, with natural timber and vertical gardens creating a bright, fresh feel for the club.

Phase one of the project was completed this month and offers members access to a brand new functional training zone, reception, child minding and upgraded cardio and strength equipment – just to name a few.

Goodlife Health Clubs National Property Manager, Ashley Rowe, said this was the most substantial refurbishment the brand had made since its inception in 2002.

“We pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of industry innovation and are passionate about giving our members the best possible experience every time they enter one of our clubs,” Mr Rowe said. “As a result, we’re committed to evolving with the trends in the health and wellness industry, and our dedicated new MIND BODY studio in the Ashgrove club is a perfect example of this.”

Phase two of the build is set for completion in October and will feature an onsite HYPOXI studio, a dedicated MIND BODY studio fitted out for barre classes, and a duathlon-style cycle studio.

“Phase two of the build will focus largely on amplifying our current group fitness offering at the club, with the addition of multiple training studios and classes, each targeted at delivering specific results for our members,” Mr Rowe said.

The second phase of the build will also see the Ashgrove facilty offer 24.7 access, building on the 45 clubs across Australia offering this convenience for Goodlife members.

Situated on Waterworks Road in a busy retail precinct alongside a plethora of coffee shops, supermarkets and trendy eateries, the refreshed Goodlife Ashgrove will be a welcome addition to the neighbourhood.

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