Menomonie continues to be a breeding ground for small businesses. As of February 1st, Soulift, an intimate fitness studio, has been up and running at 503 South Broadway.
Not only does Soulift focus on physical daily fitness, but also on emotional health and social engagement. The studio is equipped with a coffee and tea bar, and serves gourmet Dessert First cupcakes—the perfect way to unwind and socialize after a workout.
Brenda Martineau, the owner of Soulift, said “Soulift’s atmosphere has an inviting, easy and inspiring feel.” The business even sports the logo ‘fuels your fitness and friendships’.”
“Mainly, we’ll attract those who value the physical and emotional health benefits of daily fitness, movement and connecting in an upscale and pleasing space,” said Martineau.
One benefit of Soulift’s location that Martineau pointed out is that, parking is extremely accessible, making it ever easier for Soulift to be an ideal social gathering spot.
As far as services go, Soulift offers multiple different paths for customers trying to attain health-oriented goals. Members can reserve studio rooms with friends and family where they can participate in step, cardio or body sculpting classes.
In addition, a treadmill room rigged with realistic virtual reality excursions is also available to members. Martineau says you can “take a walk with a friend or significant other in our treadmill room while visiting Spain, Italy, or Route 66’.”
The newly designed studio sits directly below the 503 Broadway Apartments in suite 30. Known for its modern aesthetics, the 503 Broadway Apartment Building is also where a number of University of Wisconsin-Stout students reside during the school year.
An upcoming Spring Break-inspired membership will be offered between February 24th and March 1st for only $15. The regular price for local students and university staff is $30 per month.