FITNESS fans, their household and mates, plus native companies helped make an open day at an Inverness health club additional particular.
Jack Gunn (25) and Dean Sutherland (28), each from Inverness, took over the health club a 12 months in the past and staged the occasion to rejoice their first anniversary on the helm.
Since taking on, the pair have revamped the 24-hour health club and welcomed members and their visitors on the open day, which additionally raised cash for charity Gateway HHT with a raffle. Tickets are nonetheless being offered this week.
There have been free day passes and a ten per cent low cost on supply for the Highland Complement Centre.
Louise Cooper, basic supervisor, mentioned: “We wish members to really feel at dwelling within the health club, motivated by their friends, surrounded by a neighborhood of like-minded folks, whereas making an attempt to attain their health objectives.
“We consider the health club is for everybody, that train is probably some of the under-utilised types of remedy and we need to share it with as many individuals as doable.”
Leisure included a bouncy citadel and face portray.
Miele’s Gelateria collaborated with the health club to supply distinctive protein gelato flavours which had been offered on the day.
Meals was offered by Forty2, a brand new onsite gourmand meals cease.
Health club memberships are £31.99 a month, with a £10 becoming a member of price.