|Sue Webster is shown with one of the 10 Spinner bikes from her Mountain Life Cycling Studio.|
Mountain Life Cycling Studio classes for men and women of all fitness levels and ages will begin Monday Sept. 19 at the new, officially licensed Spinning studio located on the third floor of the Deane Center for the Performing Arts at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro.
Studio owner Sue Webster is inviting the public to attend a Meet and Greet Tuesday, Sept 13 from 2-6 p.m. in the Deane Center lobby. At 3 p.m. the ribbon cutting ceremony will kick off the opening of the studio. During the Meet and Greet, Webster and her new team of instructors will be available to answer questions about Spinning. Two of the Spinner bikes will be in the lobby so people can see them, how they work and if they want, try them out. Information on the program, classes and pricing will also be available.
"Spinning has been my passion for many years," Webster said. She was the director of a Spinning program in Bucks County before opening her own studio there and has been involved in the Spinning program for 22 years, with 17 of those years as a certified instructor.
Webster began looking for cycling classes to join shortly after moving from Bucks County to Sabinsville in 2013. This spring, she decided to open a studio of her own. "To be able to help people improve their overall health and fitness is what I love to do," she said.
"If you can ride a bike, you can take a Spinning class," Webster noted. "It's not about keeping up. It's about going at your own pace and your own intensity."
The Spinning program, according to Webster, "is one of the best cardio workouts you can do. It's fun. It's energizing. It gets the heart going and the blood pumping."
Those planning to attend the Meet and Greet are asked to RSVP by Friday, Sept. 9 by contacting Sue Webster at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-267-446-4452. Information about class sign-up and pricing will also be available on her website at mtnlifecycling.com.