TORONTO, Jan. 17 /CNW/ - Tonight, SHAPE officially spreads its reach
across Toronto as the city's only truly integrated boutique health and
wellness centre launches a brand new facility at Leslie and York Mills to
build on its success, 5 years to the day since opening the doors at its Avenue
and Davenport flagship location. SHAPE is dedicated to revolutionizing
people's lives and the new uptown facility has revolutionized and upped the
ante for design of both health centres and gyms alike, with oversized
skylights 18 feet above your workout mat, leather couches and exotic woods.
A new standard for the Toronto wellness and fitness industries has been
set, as according to clinic director and co-founder Dr. Sender Deutsch, "SHAPE
personalizes and integrates treatment from a multitude of disciplines to
enhance your quality of life in a one-stop intimate environment". Jonathan
Ruben, the centres' other founder added that "now with two stunning locations,
Torontonians who live in the core as well as those at the north end of the
city can easily access and benefit from SHAPE's upscale luxury and highly
talented team of personal trainers and health practitioners".
Partnering with Princess Margaret Hospital and their Conquering Cancer
project, SHAPE's gala festivities will raise funds and awareness for cancer
research from a silent auction, private and corporate donations, as well as a
portion of the proceeds from every treatment this month.
SHAPE would like to extend an open invitation to members of the community
to join in the celebration Thursday, January 17th at 8 pm, at the grand
opening of the Leslie and York Mills location (35 Coldwater Road). Canada AM's
host Seamus O'Regan, will MC the event and, along with a live band, cocktails
and delicious food, will help support a most worthy cause.
For further information:
For further information: Carly Nelson, (416) 929-8444