Monday, 3 November 2014

Coming to Seattle: Classpass - A fun way to exercise!

Hello beautiful readers,

Food, cooking, and baking are a huge part of my life and career. Next to it is Bikram yoga and living a healthy, active lifestyle. Why? Health is wealth! If you do not have your health, you are unable to do anything you desire in life. The food industry is especially hard on the body: long hours, hot and humid conditions, and ache-y feet. Taking care of yourself means less worry of becoming sick and bouncing back quickly if you do become ill.

That is why I am very excited to have Classpass coming to Seattle. Classpass is already active in Boston, Los Angles, Chicago, New York, and San Fransico, and it sure will be a success in the health-conscience Seattle community.

So, what is Classpass? Simple terms: An alternative to a gym membership. It is one membership to multiple local exercise businesses. Think: variety and experience to your workout.

  • Allows you UNLIMITED classes at participating studios.  We are not restricting you to 10 classes like we had in the past. 
  • You are limited to 3 classes per studio per month.  However, once the next month starts, you can visit that favorite studio again for 3 times!
  • Allows you to build a workout routine full of variety visiting studios of all types (barre, yoga, pilates, indoor cycling, bootcamps, martial arts, strength training and more!).
  • Provides studios with a marketing platform to get their name and classes out there to a group of fitness enthusiasts actively looking for new classes in their area.
  • Helps studios focus on what they love to do--teach--while ClassPass helps them grow their business!

  • For more Classpass facts, click here.

    In simple terms: You buy a Classpass membership and get to try out local workout studios in your community. It is a great way to mix up your workout routine and test your body in a new physical activity. (Yes, I am even trying out new exercise besides yoga! A blog post will let you know how I enjoyed my Classpass journey experiences.)

    Of course, they are very social on facebook, twitter, instagram and Pinterest. Use hashtags:
  • #livingthesweatylife
  • #PassTheHappy (Used to post pics of moments when you are happy!)
  • #classpassSEA
  • #classpass

  • I can't wait to try new and exciting exercises in  my community and share them with you! After all, life is meant to be enjoyed. Which workout are your excited to try out using Classpass?

     Let me know in the comment section if you have any questions on Classpass.

    Happy cooking!

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