Most of BareSOUL’s instructors are Black and owner Ashley Williams hopes that will increase minority participation.
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Measuring 6 feet wide, 8 feet long and 7 feet high with open tops, the pods are big enough for two people to practice yoga together.
Creativity in work, and in working from home, was a necessity in 2020, as the pandemic required Richmond’s businesspeople to think outside the box.
Square Code Fitness offers classes in small groups that mimic the experience of having a personal trainer.
Eighteen years after she first trained for the Richmond Marathon, the broadcast buyer with Lewis Media Partners was finally able to run the annual race.
Wife-and-husband duo aim for a bigger slice of the market by featuring knife throwing at their new location.
Hour Cycle Studio features Black instructors and makes hip hop music a regular fixture of workouts.
Local operators spooked by the virus will take safety precautions but they’re ready to scare you.
Precautions and pandemic-induced restrictions are required for this week’s Dominion Energy Charity Classic at CCV’s James River Course.
The West End mall is trying to bounce back with family-friendly attractions in former Macy’s buildings.