CLOSED THURSDAY 2/7

Posted on February 7, 2019

Here we go again. As much as we hate to do it, we will be closed this evening due to the icy conditions. Here at the studio, things are very icy already this afternoon and conditions are getting worse and worse.

Therefore, we will be closed tonight, THURSDAY, FEB. 7.

Open Tonight

Posted on January 31, 2019

We’re open this evening for classes (Thursday 1/31). If you have been feeling cooped up from this frigid polar vortex, come on in for a good workout!

BRRRRRR! Closed Today (Wed. 1/30)

Posted on January 30, 2019

Due to historically cold windchills, we will be closed today, January 30. Thursday TBD… MPK Day Camp is this Monday 2/4!

DAY CAMP NOTES: We will be holding our MPK Day Camp on Monday, February 4. Drop off is 7:30am and pick up is 4pm>. Remember to pack a lunch (no peanuts please). MPK will be serving snacks.

Also, MPK Summer Camp registration is open, you can click here to register for the weeks and days you need.

Snowy Monday: We’re OPEN!

Posted on January 28, 2019

Despite the school closures and the ongoing snowfall, we will be OPEN tonight Monday, January 28. All classes will be open on their normal schedule. Yoga will also be happening tonight at 6:15. A+ After School families are of welcome to attend classes as well!

— Jeni Risgaard, Front Desk Coordinator

Back Open Wednesday Night 1/23/19

Posted on January 23, 2019

After the big snowstorm, we are open for regular classes this evening.

  • Little Kickers at 5pm
  • Youth and Adult Beginner Intermediate 5:30pm
  • Advanced and Black Belt Training at 6:15pm

Yoga is also on tonight at 6:15pm!

—Jeni Risgaard, Front Desk Coordinator

Snowy Tuesday

Posted on January 22, 2019

All EVENING classes have been cancelled due to deteriorating weather conditions.

We will be open for our A+ After School Program to allow families time to get home safely. Please allow for extra time in your commute as road conditions are expected to get worse as the afternoon and evening progresses.

Drive safely!

— Mr. Armstrong