Generally speaking, a fitness studio is not the first thing that comes to mind when you see a carefully renovated classic Greek Revival home like the Lincoln House, built in 1841.
But 308 Bluff Drive in East Rochester is also the home of Wheeler HealthyU. The property and business is owned by Paul Wheeler, a 2014 graduate of the SUNY College at Brockport.
Although zoned for special use within a residential neighborhood in East Rochester, the property hasn’t lost its residential flavor.
Wheeler HealthyU offers an interdisciplinary wellness approach including Pilates, personal training, massage therapy, physical therapy, yoga and health & wellness coaching.
Wheeler HealthyU opened just before the pandemic arrived, and quickly added virtual and hybrid classes. Wheeler also offered offsite outdoor classes.
A team of companies helped Wheeler in transitioning the Lincoln House. Tom Fromberger of MRB group provided engineering services. Kvell Design & Build LLC has performed renovation and installation services. Dan Habza of Habza Architecture provided advice on ADA compliance and beam installation. Oriental Garden Supply LLC provided much of the landscaping services. And Connie Mills of Simply Home by Connie coordinated all of the interior decorating and organization of the house.
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