Kinected Gives From the Core
NEW YORK, NY (November, 2009) – Kinected, an integrative Pilates center in Chelsea, is offering a FREE Community Mat Class to anyone who brings in a donation for the Food Bank for New York. Now that’s giving from the core!
The giving-from-the-core promotion provides New Yorkers with an easy and affordable way to stay fit and give back during this holiday season. “In this belt-tightening time, we believe it’s essential to invest in our community” says studio co-owner Matt McCulloch. “This program is great way for our clients to dive into the holiday spirit without breaking the bank, or their stay-healthy plans.”
Every donation of 5 food items or more earns individuals a FREE Community Pilates Mat class. The promotion and the studio’s food drive will run through Decemeber 31st, 2009. Community Mat classes, which are taught by teachers-in-training, are offered on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays in the studio.
Kinected is an intergrative Pilates and GYROTONIC® studio with a distinctive offering of wellness services and an integrative approach to physical health. Conveniently located in the heart of Chelsea, Kinected’s newly-renovated loft space features the latest Pilates and GYROTONIC® equipment and an open, sun-filled space for group classes. Additionally, two private treatment rooms accommodate clients receiving wellness and rehabilitation services
The studio is owned and operated by husband-and-wife team and fitness entrepreneurs, Matt and Carrie McCulloch. Matt McCulloch is a master Pilates instructor trained in both classic and contemporary approaches with years of experience teaching a broad spectrum of clientele, including athletes, dancers, actors, and injured populations. Carrie McCulloch, MD, is a former journalist and graduate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. The duo is well-known for development of innovative educational tools for fitness professionals, including the renown Functional Anatomy for Movement & Injuries (FAMI) Workshop and the textbook Gray’s Anatomy for Fitness (to be published in October 2011 by Elsevier).