My name is Michelle Basta Speers, and fitness and well-being of the mind, body and spirit are my passions. In April of 2016, Wrightwood Fitness was established to provide a way for the folks in our town to join together in health and exercise. We started with just a couple of classes per week and outgrew our morning schedule. Thanks to community support and ongoing requests for additional classes and times, we decided it was time to open our own location. We're excited to offer a wide range of classes and formats for all ages and abilities.
We look forward having you as a member of our fitness family!
Wrightwood Fitness has partnered with Cordera Family Childcare to offer parents with young children a safe, convenient and affordable option for babysitting while working out. This off-site location is close to the studio, and for a $7 drop-in fee, you can leave your child for 90 minutes, which allows plenty of time to drop off, work out and pick up your child. Call or text Cortney at 760/646-2905 for more information or to confirm space.
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6001 Park Drive, Wrightwood, CA 92397