I know, it’s been a while. But instead of going into life/blog details, I’ll just hop to the fun stuff.
You know when you find a new studio class that you love, but don’t want to commit to an expensive monthly membership? This happens to me all the time! For instance, when I first moved to Seattle, I tried and loved CorePower yoga, but I couldn’t justify spending $190 per month on a “just yoga” membership. Same with Bar Method, which I did when I lived in San Francisco. $165 per month membership fee? No thank you.
Well, now there’s a solution to that (first world problem)-ClassPass!
To put it simply, ClassPass is a new monthly gym membership model that partners with studios and gyms to offer members a variety of classes for $99 per month. So basically, you pay $99 for access to classes at participating studios and gyms, which run the gamut from circuit classes to pilates to yoga and include some of my favorites like e FlyWheel (which I tried and loved in Philly), Barre3, CorePower Yoga. You might be thinking, “Yeesh, $99per month is a lot” (which it is), just think of it this way-some studio classes run up to $30 PER class and that’s for one class at one studio, so getting an array of classes for $99 actually ends up being a pretty good deal. Plus, there’s the added bonus of trying out a bunch of different classes, which helps to keep your fitness routine fresh.
After doing some Googling and hearing some of my fancy New York friends rave about ClassPass, I was excited to try it out, but found that it wasn’t available in Seattle. Well, no more my friends, I’m happy to announce that ClassPass debuted in Seattle last week!
It’s also available in NYC, Boston, San Francisco, LA, Chicago and Washington D.C., with more locations being added on a regular basis. In more exciting news, ClassPass reached out to me to see if I wanted to try it out. Duh. So, for the next 30 days, I’ll be trying out ClassPass classes around Seattle and I’ll be checking in to let you know how it goes.
To sign up for ClassPass, click here (referral link) and for more info on ClassPass, check out their FAQ page. Also, be sure to follow them on Instagram for their latest announcements and fun fitness tips.
ClassPass provided me with a complimentary one month membership in exchange for two blog posts, which I thought was a great opportunity to get this baby up and running again. I promise that all opinions shared on my blog are my own and will be 100% honest.0