York entrepreneurs launch well-being concept blending fitness with mindfulness
A new well-being concept has opened in the centre of York.
Supersonic Fitness houses modern gym facilities alongside studio space for classes, a spa recovery zone and a healthy eating café.
It will aim to strike a balance between exercise and relaxation, with a range of premium gym equipment on the one hand and yoga and meditation on the other.
Supersonic is also offering injury rehab and return-to-fitness support, via a recovery zone featuring infrared and ice recovery.
The venue’s cafe will feature low-level seating and at-bar dining with a focus on local organic produce.
Supersonic occupies the transformed Stonebow House development, former home of music venue Fibbers. It was founded by York-based entrepreneurs Nick Sadler and Sarah Cleland-Smith to blend the concepts of fitness, wellbeing, lifestyle and social.
Nick said: “We’ve created Supersonic to be more than just a gym; it’s a sanctuary ready to welcome you with open arms and support your personal goals for total lifestyle transformation.
“The space has been designed to make you feel good and help you to lead a healthier lifestyle – whether that’s working out, practicing mindfulness, aiding recovery, meeting friends or nourishing yourself with great food.”
Nick left Yorkshire aged 19 to work in the US, where he founded a gym design and installation company in 2000. But his ambition has always been to move back to Yorkshire and start a business in the region.
He and Sarah have 20 years of combined experience in the industry. Joining them in their new venture is third partner Jenny Beasley.
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