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Pursue Movement reopened last week in Grand Teton Plaza at 820 W. Broadway, next to Jackson Parlour.

Pursue reopens in new space

Pursue Movement is open in its new Grand Teton Plaza location after being closed almost a year.

The fitness facility closed in 2018 when its Pearl Avenue location sold.

Last week it reopened in the bigger space at 820 W. Broadway, next to Jackson Parlour.

“Our mission is to offer you a beautiful, inspiring, clean space to pursue your wellness goals,” an opening announcement email stated. “We hope you can help us in this effort by treating Pursue with respect and love, as it’s your home, too.”

Pursue offers group fitness classes in cycling, barre, megaformer, boxing, yoga, strength and endurance.

“Our goal is to educate individuals on the importance of creating a strong health foundation, built on functional training methods and findings in exercise science, one that prevents injury and yields results,” its website states. “We have assembled an outstanding collection of coaches to guide you through a variety of programming that will lead you to your fitness and performance goals.”

Pursue plans to eventually offer 24-hour gym access.

Unlimited memberships are $199 per month. New clients can sign up for $120 per month. A drop-in rate is $30.

— Emily Mieure

Inversion Yoga to move

The 260 W. Pearl Ave. space that Pursue Movement vacated last year will be filled with another movement business: Inversion Yoga.

The yoga studio announced on social media that its first day on Pearl Avenue will be April 2. The storefront is about four blocks from Inversion’s current home at 290 N. Millward St.

“The new space is much more suitable for hot yoga and our ability to grow,” Inversion said.”With three spacious movement rooms that we are currently renovating for our needs, we will keep our current class schedule and have room to expand with more classes and services.”

Inversion said the town’s free parking garage is across the street from back door of the Pearl Avenue space but “is not well regulated.”

“Thus, one of our first initiatives will be to ask the town to better regulate parking in the free parking garage.”

— Staff report

Contact Jennifer Dorsey at jennifer@jhnewsandguide.com or 732-5908.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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