Perpetual Wellness Celebrates Fourth Anniversary

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By Carole Keily

Rebecca Olsen worked at WomenFit for 17 years, on the front-desk staff, as a group exercise leader and as a personal trainer. She is an RYT-200 yoga instructor, a Certified Personal Trainer, an Ace Fitness Health Coach, Yamuna® Practitioner, and has a bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion.

When WomenFit closed four years ago, Olsen had just three weeks to make a decision: would she go to work for someone else or open her own studio. Thanks to her clients who “took a leap of faith” with her, Olsen opened Perpetual Wellness in Manassas in June 2018.

Olsen wanted her studio to offer an intimate setting where every body can be confident and comfortable in coming to a class or a private session. She said her daughter was also an inspiration to opening the studio; Olsen wanted her daughter to know that life is about finding courage, self-compassion and vulnerability to pursue your passions and dreams. Olsen’s philosophy is that one tiny shift in your body – one small thing to do just for yourself – leads to perpetual wellness.

Perpetual Wellness’s fourth anniversary will be celebrated May 31 through June 4. Olsen is offering a number of opportunities to visit the studio and try classes: friends of current clients get a free class, new clients get a free class. There will be spirit-themed days, too! If you come to the studio, you can enter a contest to win a private session. And to give prospective clients a taste of yoga classes, there will be one evening that week of 30-minute classes, along with 30-minute classes on Saturday morning.

Perpetual Wellness offers yoga, corrective exercise, and health coaching, along with Yamuna® Body Rolling. Classes are both in-person and via Zoom. To schedule a class or for more information, visit Perpetual Wellness is located at 8735 Plantation Lane, Manassas.

Carole Keily is Prince William Living‘s online editor.


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