Dear Amazing CHFC Family,
We are sad to announce that per the below statement released today by Governor Hogan a few hours ago, we are unfortunately being forced to close our doors as of 5 pm today.
We certainly want to do our part to keep our members & team safe while helping to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the coronavirus:
We have our cleaning crew coming in to thoroughly clean every room and every piece of equipment to ensure when we open our doors again (hopefully soon) we will be ready to go!
Monthly Dues Credit:
At this time we anticipate being closed through the middle of April. We are happy to extend all memberships one month at no charge at the end of your contract term to help offset this closing. This will be done automatically and does not require a phone call to be added to your account. We ask that you consider not canceling your membership during this mandated closure. As you can imagine, this issue continues to evolve and change so updates will be provided as we get more information.
We want to encourage everyone to continue to exercise to help keep your immune system strong during this break. We will be offering our first FaceBook Live class this evening at 7:15pm featuring an all body weight HIIT class with Krystle Castro. Please like us on FaceBook to ensure you are able to view this class.
Additionally, please access the below link for free at home workouts provided courtesy of Les Mills:
We cannot express to you all how thankful we are for your continued support and for showing up the past few weeks even when the nation was falling down around us.
Thank you again for all your love and support. We promise this won’t keep us down for long & we will all be back at it soon!
Be kind to one another, stay well & healthy!
Vanessa & Kristina
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan ordered all bars, restaurants, movie theaters and gyms to close while Maryland tries to slow the spread of coronavirus in the state.
Hogan said the establishments must be closed by 5 p.m. Monday. Some drive-thrus can remain open, and carry-out and food delivery service will still be available. Grocery stores and pharmacies will also remain open.