Club Pilates Basking Ridge Raises Funds For Front Line Workers

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ — Through virtual classes Caroline Collins — owner of Club Pilates franchises in Basking Ridge, Short Hills and Madison — was able to raise close to $7,000 for front line workers and local businesses amid the coronavirus.

Collins held the fundraising class in early April with donations going to support Summit FLAG (Front Line Appreciation Group), said Emily Mahoney who is general manager of Club Pilates Basking Ridge.

Mahoney noted that Collins is continuing to host virtual Pilates classes to help keep people in shape during the coronavirus.

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There are 11 classes available a week and all of the virtual classes are mat-based.

"Anyone can take these classes," said Mahoney. "They just need a mat or towel, light hand-weights or food cans."

To learn more about the classes visit clubpilates.com or baskingridgegm@clubpilates.com or 973-348-5633. Club Pilates Basking Ridge is at 25 Mountainview Blvd. in Basking Ridge.

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This article originally appeared on the Basking Ridge Patch

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