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Seeking more space, Core Pilates moving to new location in Kendall Yards

Core Pilates is moving to a new location in Spokane’s Kendall Yards, according to permits issued by the city.

The exercise studio outgrew its space at 1230 W. Summit Ave. two years ago and will move into a location more than twice the size of its current location, according to its owner, Dana Wall.

“We’ve been waiting and waiting to find a spot,” said Wall, noting her space will grow from 1,100 square feet to 2,300 square feet. The studio offers up to 40 classes a week, six days a week.

Work to remodel the new location at 1174 W. Summit Ave. for Wall’s business is valued at $46,000, according to documents filed with the city.

Core Pilates teaches “polestar international pilates,” which was developed by physical therapists, though Wall notes she and her two teachers are not licensed physical therapists.

Wall notes most of her customers are 55 and older, and her oldest client is 87, though she’s always looking for new customers.

“We’re accepting anyone with a spine,” she said.

The project’s contractor is Centennial Homes, LLC, a subsidiary of Greenstone, which owns and is developing the Kendall Yards district in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood.

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