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Moxie Fitness and Health

Moxie Fitness and Health

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If you are looking for a fitness center where you will get personal attention? If so, you might want to check out Moxie Fitness and Health, 4625 14 Mile Road, behind Cedar Rock Café. Owner Michelle-Pozan Currie offers a range of group fitness classes, small group personal training, nutrition coaching and massage therapy. This group fitness classes-based center is set up to promote a full range of fitness—cardiovascular, strength and flexibility. Classes include circuit style bootcamps, Zumba, kickboxing/step/strength, muscle madness—full body strength training, and strength and stretch—a yoga/pilates/barre style fusion.

Michelle has been leading group classes for over 25 years, and has certifications for personal training and group fitness certification. She is a holistic nutrition coach, which gives clients the option of nutrition coaching to help them reach their goals. Michelle has worked in senior fitness (55+) for the last eight years and is offering classes for the mature exerciser in the morning schedule. Classes are purchased by punch card, and Michelle says they are very affordable.

“My focus is to create an environment where exercisers, from newbies to more the experienced exerciser will come in and get the workout that will push them to their limits at their level of fitness,” explained Michelle. “I want to inspire men, women, seniors, and families to move more and have fun doing it because you need to enjoy your workout to keep going and enjoy the results of a consistent program.”

For more info, visit the Moxie website at moxiefitnessandhealth.com or call Michelle at 248-701-0863.

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