Blog – Page 2 – The SeattleGYM Health Club
May 15, 2024

Ruby Dance with Sophie Trombetta

Please welcome Sophie to SeattleGYM Instructor Team. She will be teaching Ruby Dance Sat. 9:15 am starting May 25th! Sophie Trombetta has been teaching fitness classes since 2015, with roots in ballet, hip-hop, and Latin dance. Starting with a Zumba certification in 2014, she has instructed a range of classes including Zumba, Dance Fitness, and most recently Ruby. Sophie has a BS in Biology from KSU and an MS in Animal Science from WSU. She […]
May 2, 2024

New trainer – Rachel Morgan

Rachel Morgan Certifications: NASM | CPT | CES | FNS Vitalis Personal Training As a seattle-based fitness entrepreneur, Rachel has served in the wellness industry for over a decade.  With nationally recognized certifications and credentials under her belt, she has combined her education and experience to offer an unmatched service to her clients.  Culminating her countless hours of training and proficiencies, Rachel founded Vitalis Personal Training in 2017.  As part of this evolution, the company […]
February 1, 2024

Yoga class – 6:45 pm Monday night Yoga Starts 2/5

Meet Delia for Yoga Monday nights. 6:45 pm Monday night Yoga Starts 2/5 Delia Dolan (she/her) completed her yoga teacher training in 2019 at the Yandara Yoga Institute and has taught from the beaches in Mexico to the mountains of Wyoming. She is an avid outdoors enthusiast and spends much of her time skiing, windsurfing, mountain biking, and hiking. Her classes focus on mobility, breath work, and listening to the body. She is passionate about […]
January 2, 2024

New Cycle Class!

New cycle class! Saturdays at 9:30am – 10:15am Previously a long-distance runner, Anthony endured chronic knee, hip and back pain until a life-altering car accident forced him to confront his physical limitations and reshape his outlook on fitness. Although physical therapy provided some progress, it wasn’t enough to fully restore his previous level of functioning. Anthony believed that he would endure pain while walking for the rest of his life, until he crossed paths with […]