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  • By Lisa Brody

Riding off

After a two-and-a half-year run, Core Revolution Studio, 555 S. Old Woodward, Birmingham, a cycling and fitness studio has closed its doors. Studio owner and fitness instructor Sarah Guseilo, who recently had her second daughter, said she had loved having the studio, but being a business owner at this time in her life proved difficult. “I am so thankful for your trust in our studio and team to take care of you and provide you with an exceptional workout. While the studio doors will be closing, I truly hope that the relationships we’ve built with you are just beginning and that friendships will continue well beyond our walls. I firmly believe that community and relationships are the most valuable assets we can walk away from this experience holding onto,” she wrote in an email to announce the closing. The studio closed at the end of June, and Guseilo is considering where she might next teach classes.

Business Matters for the Birmingham - Bloomfield area are reported by Lisa Brody. Send items for consideration to Items should be received three weeks prior to publication.

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