Lots of recent changes in the Conshohocken area’s health and fitness business scene

There have been a lot of changes within the Conshohocken areas health and fitness community over the past 12 months. Prior to the pandemic, two of the larger full-service gyms had closed, one had come under new ownership, and a new one opened.

Changes also have occurred at the class-oriented and more specialized fitness businesses. Find out all the details below.

Sweat Fitness
Sweat Fitness closed its Conshohocken location at the Plymouth Square Shopping Center in August of 2019.

SuperFit | website
SuperFit on Colwell Lane came under new ownership in August of 2019

PWRBLD Gym | website
PWRBLD Gym opened on East Elm Street in September of 2019.

Edge Fitness | website
Edge Fitness opened a location at the Plymouth Meeting Mall in October of 2019.

Club Pilates | website
Club Pilates opened at the Whitemarsh Shopping Center in December of 2019.

Arete Fitness
In December 2019, MoreThanTheCurve.com reported that Arete Fitness was working towards signing a lease in Conshohocken. It is no longer doing so.

Orangetheory Fitness
MoreThanTheCurve.com reported in December 2019 that Orangetheory Fitness is opening a location in the new building under construction at the Whitemarsh Shopping Center. An opening date has not been announced.

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Posted by Sol Yoga Studio, Audubon on Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Sol Yoga Studio | website
Sol Yoga Studio, which has its original location in Conshohocken, added a location in Audobon in January of 2020.

Conshohocken Health & Fitness
Conshohocken Health & Fitness closed its location at the Spring Mill Corporate Center in March of 2020.

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Posted by Yoga Home on Friday, May 29, 2020

Yoga Home | website
Yoga Home announced on May 29th that it was going to forgo having a permanent physical location and transition to outdoor and online classes. Kerri Hanlon and Maura Manzo, Yoga Home’s owners, wrote in their announcement, “We’ve been lucky enough to have the opportunity to take our business online during these uncertain times. We know not every other small business has the same privilege. Having not been able to operate in the studio for almost three months and with more uncertainty ahead, we know it’s the best decision for the health of the business to let go of our physical space.”

Took a few progress pics at the new space tonight. We’re getting really close! Thanks for the help tonight @nlofredo04 and @kbuerkle56. ..#crossfitconshy @ Crossfit Conshohocken

Posted by Crossfit Conshohocken on Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Crossfit Conshohocken | website
Crossfit Conshohocken on Conshohocken Road was known as Crossfit Thermal since it opened in December 2013. It recently changed its name to Crossfit Conshohocken and is moving to a new space also on Conshohocken Road. It is still open at its original location. An exact opening date for the new location has not been announced.

Note that there was previously a CrossFit Conshohocken on East Elm Street that was under different ownership.

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I’ve dreamed of owning a gym every second of every day for the last 4 years and I cannot believe it finally came true. Being able to help others stay fit, but most importantly just feel better about themselves, is truly such a blessing. Conshohocken is such a great community of people especially the members of TZ. I cannot wait to get back to work with Bart Pierre, David Yontef, Kaila Ilyes, Frank the tank and Jaime Frantz. We are going to build off of our relationship and provide you with a great experience, because we all truly care! If you have previous membership issues due to Covid or any questions at all we would love to sit down with you personally and talk! Please message me on any of my social media accounts or email Charles@VisionPlusfitness.com 🤍 Thank you Scott for the beautiful community you built at TZ and all your great words of advice!

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Tone Zone | website
On July 3rd, it was announced by Scott Sorkin, the owner of Tone Zone, that he had sold the business to Charles Knowles, who has worked at Tone Zone as a trainer. Knowles is going to change the name to Vision + Fitness. More details to come since this one just happened. Knowles is pictured at the top of the article.

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Photo: Vision + Fitness