TAC Introduces Open Gym on Thanksgiving



TAC Introduces Open Gym on Thanksgiving

Wellness & Fitness Center is Free and Open to the Public

Basalt, Colorado, November 12, 2015

The Aspen Clinic (TAC), located in Basalt, Colorado, today announced that during Thanksgiving Day, on November 26th, that the fitness center will be open from 7AM through 12PM and during this time be free and open to the public.


Amanda Wagner, Executive Director of TAC, stated, "This is a great opportunity to come in to The Aspen Clinic and check out our facilities.  This gives our community and visitors the opportunity to consider becoming a member - and we welcome everyone to stop by and learn more about what we offer".


TAC, created in 2011, has an extensive list of fitness and wellness professionals, who are a part of the services offered for community members and visitors to the Roaring Fork Valley.  In addition to a fitness facility (equipped with locker rooms as well as steam rooms and saunas), there are nutrition, counseling, and physical assessments available for members - to help find the most effective road to wellness.


On this same day, November 26th from 7AM-12PM - there will be a Spinathon, for people interested in participating in a fun event that benefits the Basalt Education Foundation (BEF) - 100% of proceeds go to Basalt Schools.  To sign up for this event, or learn more, you can email info@theaspenclinic.org or call 970-279-5020.


Wagner added, "TAC is a tremendous resource, and we want people to be able to discover an effective roadmap to wellness - come in on Thanksgiving and see what we can do to be helpful to you in your fitness goals".


For more information on the wellness services offered by TAC, and to ask questions about the Thanksgiving Day Open Gym and Spinathon, please visit www.TheAspenClinic.org, email info@theaspenclinic.org, or call 970-279-5020.


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