We sell our Invictus Active Trainer to customers across the Globe and this latest feature is a fantastic example of how gyms can become more accessible – with our wheelchair treadmill being a key piece of equipment in a new gym and spin studio that has opened in St Johns, Atlantic Canada.

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“There would be instances where my friends could go off and do one thing, and I’d have to go off and do a completely other thing,” Arbour said in a recent interview – but now Studio Versa have an Invictus Active Trainer she can enjoy the gym and spin classes alongside her friend.

Accessibility needs to be considered in more aspects than just a push button on a door.

It is refreshing to read the full article (click here) where Emily and Maria, co-owners of Studio Versa, have a great understanding of what accessibility really means. Our wheelchair treadmill can help and will hopefully become a valuable piece of gym equipment, but accessibility is much more – they explain how you need all the other factors that make it an enjoyable experience for a wheelchair user such car parking and accessible toilets, which is very true!


Emily Hickey, left, and Maria Snow, co-owners of Studio Verso in St. John’s, say building an accessible space was a key part of launching the gym. (Alex Kennedy/CBC)

We wish them both great success with Studio Versa and will be following them closely over the coming months and years.
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Read the full article published on CBC News Network – click here.

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