ClassPass [Seattle]

Monday, November 3, 2014



 I wanted to talk about a new launch that's happening here in Seattle! It launches today and it is called ClassPass which is an alternative to a gym membership. Here's more info:

What is ClassPass?

- Allows you UNLIMITED classes at participating studios. You are not restricted to 10 classes like in the past. All for a membership fee of $99 per month!
- Glamour helped announce their exciting news here!
- You are limited to 3 classes per stuiod 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 much 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!

If you would like to check them out, click here for their FAQsTwitter, and Instagram!

Also, if you live in Seattle and are interested, check out their studio map here! They will be continuing to add more studios as they go along so we can have more to choose from. :)

14 comments:

  1. How cool! I would love something like that! Maybe they will move it down to SoCal. I haven't heard of it here!

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