Community Partnership Brings Fitness To Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Fitness is My Sickness is excited to introduce their Sign & Sweat partnership with Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP). Traditionally, fitness hasn't been very accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing, but FIMS wants to change that in Southern CA.
By: Fitness is My Sickness
Sign & Sweat makes modifications to existing group fitness classes and adapted exercise programs to provide an environment where those experiencing any form of hearing loss feel included, comfortable, and capable of exercising!
Owner, Monique Allen is excited about the partnership with IEHP. She says, "I am so appreciative for these IEHP locations taking a chance with my program at their facilities. This is a major step as far as growth and potential for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community."
This community partnership is a huge benefit to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. IEHP is a local, not-for-profit, public health plan that They serve almost 1.25 million residents of Riverside and San Bernardino counties through government-sponsored programs including Medi-Cal (families, adults, seniors and people with disabilities)
About Fitness Is My Sickness
Fitness Is My Sickness is an exclusive all women's fitness studio located in the heart of the beautiful city of San Diego, California! They pride themselves on the ability to help women transform physically and mentally gain their confidence and feeling of self, while creating a bridge to make the gym a place the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and differently-
Their mission is to help people accomplish their goals and overcome their personal barriers toward leading a healthy lifestyle and enjoying fitness. If you are in San Diego and looking for an inclusive wellness center then you have hit the jackpot!! For more information about the gym, visit their website at http://fimswomen.com/
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