Desert Ridge Marketplace Welcomes Three New Tenants
By Christina Caldwell -
Thursday Jun 18, 2020
While COVID-19 has impacted shopping environments nationwide, Desert Ridge Marketplace has recently welcomed three new businesses to its ever-expanding lineup of tenants â€“ Eat the Frog Fitness, Creations Boutique and Reformed Pilates.
Eat the Frog Fitness
North Valley residents have a new, science-backed way to get in shape â€“ Eat the Frog Fitness. The studio, located on the southwest side of the shopping center near Flower Child and Chipotle, blends proprietary training methods with an evidence-based model to create a fitness approach to be inclusive of everybody and every body. Small class sizes and coach-led sessions help ETF eliminate gym-intimidation, encourage safe social interaction and integrate adaptive technology.
The regimen starts with a 30-minute fitness assessment of each new client. Fitness needs are customized for an 8-week training guide based on each personâ€™s heart rate training zone. Classes are specifically designed with a mix of cardio, strength, flexibility, core and recovery to benefit everyone from the first timer to the professional athlete.
ETF makes each clientâ€™s fitness and health a top priority and has instituted measures to ensure a safe workout environment, including utilizing every-other equipment station, providing disinfectant at all machines, operating at a 50% capacity for classes and thoroughly sanitizing the space at the end of each class. For more information, visit eatthefrogfitness.com.
Fashionable finds at reasonable prices! Arizona-based Creations Boutique specializes in modern apparel with a bohemian flare. This creative, one-of-a-kind environment opened last month and features Angie Brand clothing, as well as a curated selection of fashion-forward labels. Creations Boutique is located near H&M and American Eagle inside The District. For more information, visit creations24.com.
Opening Fall 2020
Pilates for all bodies! Valley-based Reformed Pilates fuses the classical elements of Pilates, including balance, flexibility and core strength, with interval training to provide clients of all ability levels with a full-body workout. Using a reformer, clients sculpt long, lean muscle in 50-minute classes. Reformed Pilates will be located in the southwest corner of the shopping center near Derma Health Skin & Laser. For more information, visit reformedpilates.com.
For more about how Desert Ridge Marketplace continues to evolve, visit shopdesertridge.com or follow the shopping center on Instagram or Facebook.