Oasis Physical Therapy and OrangeTheory Fitness welcome customers

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A $1.3 million strip mall at 1020 Queensgate Drive is home to Oasis Physical Therapy and Orangetheory Fitness Studio in south Richland.

This Oasis clinic is the fourth location for the Tri-Cities business owned by Mindi Irvine, who is also the executive director.

The first Oasis Physical Therapy opened in Pasco in 2002, next to what is the Lifequest building by TRAC. It has since moved to Burden Boulevard. Four years later, the next Oasis Physical Therapy building opened in north Richland. The third company office on 24th Avenue in Kennewick, near South Union Street, opened in 2014. 

The Orangetheory fitness center franchise offers trainer-led 60-minute workouts broken into intervals of cardiovascular and strength training using a variety of equipment.

The fitness studio is the second Orangetheory location for Cote and his wife, Melissa. Their first franchised studio opened on Spokane’s South Hill on Jan. 1, just in time to take advantage of those making New Year’s resolutions. The couple plan a second location in Spokane as well.

The studio will be open seven days a week, with operating hours likely to be from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays. Only one class is offered at a time, with every attendee completing the same workout simultaneously in a large room. 

More than 1,000 franchise licenses have been awarded and more than 500 studios are open.

Meier Architecture of Kennewick designed the building.