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Wellness center opens on Trindle Road in Cumberland County

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Three West Shore businesses have partnered on a new wellness center on Trindle Road in Hampden Township.
Three West Shore businesses have partnered on a new wellness center on Trindle Road in Hampden Township. - (Photo / )

Three Cumberland County businesses have joined forces to open a wellness center in Hampden Township.

The shared space at 3514 Trindle Road combines West Shore pilates studio Absolute Pilates with Zang Physical Therapy, a concierge physical therapy practice, and Reach for More, a personal training and wellness coaching studio.

The owners said the goal of their partnership is to provide clients with a more one-stop-shop approach to health, wellness and training. A grand opening is slated for March 16.

Absolute Pilates is owned by Allison Zang, who runs three Cumberland County studios. One of her former instructors also owns a franchise location on the East Shore in Lower Paxton Township.

Zang said the new Trindle Road studio will feature classes she previously offered in Enola and Lemoyne as part of a partnership with Burn30 Personal Fitness. The Burn30 in Enola closed, while Absolute Pilates outgrew the Lemoyne studio.

"We're combining those locations with bigger classes at more times," Zang said. "We're still serving the same clientele, but in a more prime location."

Zang also hopes the bigger Trindle Road location might spur additional franchise opportunities in Central Pennsylvania. She said she has been approached about expanding the brand to the Hershey and Lancaster areas.

Zang Physical Therapy is owned by her husband, Andrew. The physical therapy business had been operating out of Burn30 on Market Street in Lemoyne, which remains open. 

The third partner, Reach for More, was born from the merger of two Camp Hill companies, Reach Multisport & Personal Training and Designing You to Thrive.

The two businesses had been operating as a joint venture for nearly five years out of a studio called Reach on Market Street in Camp Hill. They merged at the beginning of the year to form Reach for More, which is owned by Don Larkin and Charlene Hinish. 

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Jason Scott

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Jason Scott covers state government, real estate and construction, media and marketing, and Dauphin and Cumberland counties. Have a tip or question for him? Email him at jscott@cpbj.com. Follow him on Twitter, @JScottJournal.

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