Introducing ClassPass Orlando

I always love trying new classes or styles of fitness to keep my exercise routine fresh and exciting. But attending multiple studios can become quite a costly expense, especially if I want to try out some of the specialty boutique studios that are out there now.

How awesome would it be to have a membership to multiple studios in your city where you can try out all different styles of group exercise with only one membership fee?

Well, ClassPass has made this happen in several cities around the U.S. like NYC, Boston, San Francisco, Seattle and Dallas to name a few. And now it is here in Orlando!

Hello-Orlando

ClassPass lets you attend unlimited classes at participating studios in your area, so you can fill your fitness schedule with a ton of variety including barre, aerial yoga, pilates, indoor cycling, boot camps, pole dancing and strength training. And it is super simple to sign up.

After you setup your account and choose your home city, you can search for classes based on preferred time, activity, neighborhood and/or studio.

ClassPass Orlando Reserve Classes

Just click reserve and show up at the studio 5-15 minutes before class time. Then, sweat! A reminder is sent to your email address and you can add it to your Google calendar, too.

There is a 3 class limit per studio each month, but with 28 studios here in the Orlando area, there are so many options to last you through the month. And when a new month begins, your limit resets so you can continue to visit your favorite studios.

ClassPass Orlando Reserve Classes

This is definitely the new alternative to the standard gym membership and ClassPass membership costs around $79-$99 per month, depending on your city. Most boutique studios’ fees are usually more than this, so this is such a great option to get that much needed variety into your schedule.

And right now, through March 2015, you can add the ClassPass Flex option to your account which allows you to use your membership in ANY of the participating cities at no additional cost. Which is pretty cool if you travel a lot!

For those of you who are always on the go, there is also an iPhone app available for ClassPass so you can book classes or view your schedule at any time.

ClassPass iPhone App

I am super excited to try this out because there are some great studios that are a part of the ClassPass Orlando network that I have been eager to try. Now I finally get to attend some specialty classes and add some vareity to my fitness routine. And nothing gets me more excited to workout than trying something new.

That… and a new outfit.

**Disclosure: ClassPass offered me 1 month of their services for free to share my experiences through social media. As always, all thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.

2 Comments on Introducing ClassPass Orlando

  1. Lenore meyers
    February 21, 2015 at 10:33 pm (2 years ago)

    What a great idea!

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