CycleBar® Richmond Heights and Creve Coeur Install iWave Purification Systems
First Boutique Gyms in the Area to Install Air Purification System.
ST. LOUIS (PRWEB) June 15, 2020 - In preparation for their re-opening on June 15, CycleBar Richmond Heights and Creve Coeur have focused on putting measures in place to help ensure the safety of members as they return to their indoor cycling sessions. A primary element of the studios’ safety plan includes the installation of iWave Purification Systems at both locations. CycleBar Richmond Heights and Creve Coeur are among the first fitness centers in the region to install the system, which have been tested and are already fully operational.
The iWave system emits ions that, when in contact with pathogens, bacteria or mold, remove their hydrogen molecules. In addition, the ions also attach themselves to allergens like pollen and other particles, causing them to band together until they are large enough to be caught by the facility’s ventilation system’s air filter. This creates an overall healthier environment without introducing harmful byproducts.
"Our CycleBar Richmond Heights and Creve Coeur members are like family to us, and it’s important to us to provide them with an environment where they feel safe and comfortable,” said owner Paul Schnapp. "Our staff has always taken great pride in the cleanliness of our studios, and we’re now taking that commitment to the next level. In partnering with St. Louis-based iWave, we can stay ahead of the curve and create the safest environment for members to pursue their fitness goals.”
CycleBar’s re-opening on June 15 will meet and exceed all of St. Louis County’s social distancing practices and cleaning protocols to ensure member health and comfort. Class sizes will be limited, but the number of classes available will increase to meet members’ needs.
CycleBar is the largest indoor cycling franchise in the world, offering riders a 45-minute full-body workout in an immersive concert environment with state-of-the-art tracking, audio and lighting. Its parent company, Xponential Fitness, boasts a variety of premium fitness brands including Club Pilates, StretchLab, Row House, Pure Barre, YogaSix, AKT, and STRIDE. Each location is independently owned and operated.
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