Fitness studio opens first CT location in downtown Hartford


Btone FITNESS, a Boston-based fitness center franchise, is opening its first Connecticut location this month with a 2,000 square foot studio in downtown Hartford.

Btone FITNESS Hartford is located at 111 Pearl St. and is currently in the midst of its soft opening through May 15. The studio, which is btone FITNESS’ 12th overall, will hold its grand opening on May 16.

According to the company, the new 2,128-square-foot facility has 10 custom-designed reforming machines and offers highly personalized 45-minute full-body workouts for customers. The machines can be easily changed during a workout so users can make changes based on their fitness level and goals.

Thanks to the soft opening, the new studio is offering introductory specials of five classes for $89 or eight classes for $119. Plus, guests can donate $5 to participate in a “mock” training course led by future instructors. All proceeds from these donations will go to KNOX, a Hartford-based nonprofit that aims to create greener, healthier neighborhoods in the city through gardens and community programs.

People can find more information about btone FITNESS Hartford here.

Btone FITNESS Hartford is owned and operated by Adam Kinson and Emily Walsh. The company’s other locations are in Massachusetts, primarily around Boston. Company officials said more franchises were planned for New England on Cape Cod and Providence.

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