At the end of 2021, another completely new MyFitness sports club will open its doors. MyFitness Rīga Plaza will be located on the second floor near the food court. The total area of the newly opened premises will be over 1500 m2.
MyFitness continues to move towards their goal – to make the fitness club available to every resident, both in terms of location and range of offers.
"This is a year of development for our shopping centre – we continue to extend the existing offer adding various segments of goods and services, and we are pleased to start several solid collaborations. We want to provide Rīga Plaza visitors with an ever-widening and more diverse range of services in one place, which would allow them to save the limited time resources we consume when moving from one point to another. Now, you will not only be able to shop according to different tastes, enjoy a meal, have fun and receive various daily services, but also take care of your health and keep yourself in good physical shape. We are glad that the sports club MyFitness joins the range of Rīga Plaza services,” says Hannes Pihl, the board member of Summus Capital, the owner of Rīga Plaza.
The total area of MyFitness Rīga Plaza sports club will be 1502 m2. It will be located on the second floor of the shopping centre near the food court.
“The mission of MyFitness sports clubs is to provide an enjoyable training experience for every fan of an active lifestyle. This includes not only top of the line gym equipment, a wide range of training classes, advices of professional trainers, but also excellent service and dedicated staff. With the opening of every new club, MyFitness introduces new trends to the fitness industry in Latvia. MyFitness Rīga Plaza will not be an exception either, because we will surprise our members and guests with something fresh and special again,” says Erkki Torn, chairman of the Board of MyFitness.
MyFitness was established in 2008 in Estonia with opening of their first sports club in Tallinn. MyFitness quickly became the largest fitness operator in Baltic states, increasing the number of their sports clubs to double digits within a few years. As of today, 54 sports clubs, over 100 000 members and dedicated team of 900 people are operating in Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania.