What do I need for class?

  • We highly recommend wearing comfortable, supportive shoes no matter what activity you're doing.
  • Additionally, staying hydrated is KEY, so make sure you bring a water bottle. We have water jugs here in case you run low but make sure you at least have your bottle with you!
  • Lastly, make sure you wear breathable clothes! During the cooler seasons, we suggest wearing layers so you can stay warm until you get moving in class!

What classes do you offer?

  • We currently offer the below classes:
  • -Strength training (total body, circuit training style)
  • -Spin (45 min rides to the beat of songs)
  • -Spin + Strength (part spinning, part strength off the bike in the same room)
  • -Spin + Stretch (part spinning, part yoga off the bike in the same room)
  • -Barre
  • -TRX
  • -Yoga
  • -Pilates
  • -Small group training
  • -Personal Training
  • -Zoom Virtual Training

What classes do you suggest for beginners?

  • Honestly, all of our classes are beginner-friendly. Our instructors have a great deal of experience in the field and can easily modify or progress exercises based on your level. We just ask that if you are new, introduce yourself to the instructor at the beginning of class so we can ensure you are set up, feeling comfortable and able to accommodate any requests you may have.

What's the difference between the 3 studios?

  • Studio 1 is what we refer to as our recovery studio. This studio holds Yoga, Barre, Pilates, and a Hiit Class on Wednesday mornings.

    Studio 2 is our spinning studio. We have 20 bikes and an instructor's platform making is visible for each rider. With the state-of-the-art lighting and audio system, our classes are professional yet fun!

    Studio 3 is our our new addition! This is a studio is for our large-group strength, and personal training clients. We have held larger barre and yoga classes there as well. Studio 3 can hold up to 18 people. With squat racks, turf, battle ropes and more this is where the magic happens!

What is an ideal workout schedule you suggest?

It depends on the individual but we usually recommend doing 2 to 3 days a week of a cardio based class, 2 days a week of a strength class and 1 to 2 days a week of recovery class. We always recommend listening to your body.

What type of packages or membership options do you offer beyond the Intro Pack?

Once you've used up your Intro Pack, we have 5 or 10 class-pack options or unlimited monthly membership options!

What kind of shoes do I need for spin?

Our bikes are SPD compatible as well as suitable for sneakers, so it's up to you what you want to wear!

Do you rent spin shoes?

Unfortunately, no we do not!

Can I reserve a bike ahead of time?

Our spin classes are first come, first serve so be sure to get to class a little early to get the bike you want.

Do you offer nutrition help?

Yes! We have a Registered Dietitian on staff that you can meet with on an appointment basis.