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Kaia FIT offering free week of classes for women

Teri Vance
Special to Nevada Appeal
Kaia FIT, a women’s fitness program, is offering a week of free classes starting Monday.

If you go

WHAT: Free week of Kaia FIT classes

WHEN: Monday-Saturday

WHERE: 2633 Research Way #104 in Carson City; 2231 Meridian Blvd. #2 in Minden, with extension classes offered at the Douglas County Community Center, 2300 Meadow Lane

For more information: Call 775-841-7962 in Carson City or go to www.kaiafitcarson.com; (775) 782-4496 in Minden or go to www.kaifitminden.com.

The women’s fitness program, Kaia FIT, is opening its doors to the community for a free week of classes.

“Spring is a good time to start getting healthy for summer,” said owner Nikki Warren. “It’s spring cleaning for your body.”

Starting Monday, women in Carson City and Minden/Gardnerville can drop in on any class that may interest them. Classes include cross training, TRX, running, cardio dance and a yoga and Pilates mix.

“They can come for just one class or for the whole week,” Warren said. “It’s not threatening, they don’t have to sign up for anything.”

She said she hopes with the variety of classes, women will find something they enjoy.

“They might fall in love with one aspect and just be motivated to continue to move,” Warren said. “Regardless if they stay with Kaia, we just want them to be inspired.”

Regular classes in Carson City are offered at 5, 6 and 8:30 a.m.; noon; and 5:30 p.m.

Minden classes are 5, 6, and 9 a.m.; and 6 p.m.

Call the respective offices for a complete list of offerings.

Introductory rates are being offered for Kaia FIT’s six-week boot camp session, which begins May 2. The program also includes nutrition education and certified trainers who offer personalized coaching in a group setting.

Warren said the offer is part of an effort to make exercise a priority.

“Our ultimate passion is to get everyone in town moving,” she said. “We want to help create a more healthy community.”