ClassPass Review

Disclosure: I was invited to be in the review group from ClassPass and I received a complimentary month membership  for free. My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this review.

ClassPassLogoI was contacted recently by ClassPass who let me in on a little secret… ClassPass was just about to launch in my hometown of Philadelphia – wahoo!  …. And, of course, just a few months before I planned to move – Oh no!  But I was happy that they let me join in and experience ClassPass before moving and that they are also giving me the opportunity to check it out in my new city.   (And no worries if you’re not in the Philly area, because they are also in many other major cities and expanding.)

I had heard of ClassPass before upon reading about the co-founder, Payal Kadakia, and the story of how she started the company.   As an entrepreneur myself, her story was both  inspiring and motivating.  I really love the model of the company which is a monthly fitness membership program that lets you go to the best boutique fitness studios.

There are thousands of classes available to ClassPass members, including cycling, pilates, yoga, strength training, dance, martial arts, and more. For $99 a month, ClassPass members get unlimited classes to studios in the ClassPass network. While members can take as many classes per month as they’d like, they can visit the same studio up to 3 times per monthly membership cycle.

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You’ll be able to take as many classes as you’d like each month! You can visit any studio in the ClassPass network up to 3 times per membership cycle.  You can visit them in the following cities…

…and now…. Philadelphia!  Below is a map view of the studios.  It is great to see studios not only in the City but in the Suburbs as well which is where I currently reside for the next month or so!ClassPass-PhiladelphiaLocations

I was excited to learn about and visit CycleZone of Collegeville which holds Barre, Cycle, and TRX classes.   Before class I checked out their site and learned more about them, and love their mission: “At Cycle Zone, we want to bring our passion and love for exercise to you. We will encourage, support and motivate you to live a healthier life.  Exercise should be fun and never feel like a chore therefore, we’ve designed our classes so that you’ll look forward to your workout. The ride of your life is about to get better…” CycleZoneofCollegeville

Upon my visit I was welcomed by the staff at CycleZone of Collegeville, they were all so friendly and welcoming.  After introducing myself I headed into class and the bikes brought back so many memories.  I used to cycle at least 3 or 4 times a week before I had a child and I really have been missing it.  CycleZoneofCollegeville-Bikes

I decided to join in on a Saturday morning Power Hour Cycle class, and here’s my instructor for the class – Elaine White.  She was great, had awesome music, and I loved her enthusiasm and how motivating she was throughout the ride.  CycleZoneofCollegeville-Instructor

I also snuck in a photo after class… excuse the red face and “endorphin high” smile – I felt awesome after this cycling class.  I cannot wait to hop back onto the bike again! BusyBeeKate-CycleZoneofCollegeville-Kate

I wanted to share a few things about ClassPass in case you were thinking of joining.  They do have a cancellation policy and all cancellations must be made at least 24 hours before class time.  Missed classes or late cancellations will result in the loss of a class from your ClassPass account and will be subject to a $20 late cancellation/no-show fee.  And some of the popular classes fill up fast so if you’re on-the-go frequently you definitely you want to download their app where you can reserve your class quickly and easily. 

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Since I’m going to be moving cross-country soon (in about 4 or 5 short weeks,) I am going to join ClassPass once I land in the San Francisco area.  This gives me something really awesome to look forward upon my move, and as we know exercise helps to manage stress which is something I’m sure will be creeping into my life as I move into a brand new city.

I have been scooping out the studios in the San Francisco area and some of the classes I’m looking forward to trying are TRX, Kickboxing, The Bar Method, and Pilates.  

If you are thinking about joining ClassPass remember that it’ll get you into the best studios in your city where you can take unlimited group fitness classes with just one monthly membership!  It’s great to explore different classes that you never could being tied down to one gym.  I really love that it helps you to keep both you body and mind from becoming bored with the same classes and routines, and can help you break out of your comfort shell and try new classes that you may not ordinarily try.  

Have you tried ClassPass?  What exercise classes would you like to try?

Disclosure: I was invited to be in the review group from ClassPass and I received a complimentary month membership for free. My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this review.

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