The Fit Me Stockton

Stockton’s Waterfront Warehouse has a new tenant, The Fit Me.

A grand opening with a ribbon cutting took place on Wednesday, April 24 at the Waterfront Warehouse at 445 W. Weber Ave. #131-B.

“I would describe it as a community space where we prioritize your health and wellness in its entirety,” said Lakeisha Little-Shaw, founder and owner of The Fit Me. “So yes, it’s a fitness gym.”

The word “Fit” means “focused, inspired and transformed,” he said.

The space will open to the community on June 1, Little-Shaw said. In the meantime, it will offer free community classes.

“We are inclusive, we are diverse and this space is for everyone,” she said.

Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce CEO Time Quinn, left, speaks as Shaw Bar owner Lakeisha Little-Shaw stands during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Little-Shaw's new business, the FIT Me gym at the Waterfront Warehouse in downtown Stockton in April.  24 of 2024.

More than a gym

Little-Shaw said The Fit Me will offer mental health classes and workshops, yoga, pilates, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts and private training classes. Members will be able to reserve time slots to work alone.

They are also working on adding Zumba, Little-Shaw said.

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