Fitness studio TruFusion to open first Houston location in Uptown

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Las Vegas-based boutique fitness studio TruFusion has plans to open its first Houston location at 1990 Post Oak Blvd., Houston, this winter. “My team and I are thrilled to bring the TruTribe to Houston and partner with Parkway to bring a new level of fitness to this already beautiful and unique property,” Franchisee Natalie Buckel said in a press release. The studio will offer over 200 different fitness classes per week in its new 12,000 square foot space, including yoga, Barre, Pilates, cycling, cardio, boxing and kettlebell. www.trufusion.com


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