The Best New Fitness Classes Across Canada to Upgrade Your Workout Game

Say goodbye to your tired treadmill workout—these unique group classes will have you stoked to sweat

With our New Year’s resolutions in full swing, we are all making a vow to leave our tired gym regimens (along with drab athletic wear and problematic weight loss advice) in 2017. Let’s be one hundo p honest here, m’kay? The thought of miserably sweating away your 2017 sins on a treadmill is the exact opposite of motivating. Getting your sweat on should be an empowering, invigorating and, yes, *fun* activity that you look forward to on the reg. Plus, working out does wonders for your mental health in addition to your bod. So that is why we went on a sweat-inducing search to find the best new fitness classes across Canada for you to try this year. With unique group classes like antigravity yoga, Bollywood dance fitness and kickboxing, you’ll actually enjoy getting your booty back into the gym.

Best New Fitness Classes in Vancouver

Pure Flow at Pure Vibe in Vancouver is one of the best fitness classes in Vancouver

Pure Flow at Pure Vibe in Vancouver (Photo: Elgan Ross)

Twerk Out

Find it: 314 Water St., 36 E Broadway, Tantra Fitness,
The vibe:
A spacious multi-room facility fit for pole, aerial and dance fitness with wooden floors and pops of hot pink around the space
The workout:
A booty-centred dance class where it’s all about shaking what your mama gave ya. Oh and did we mention you’ll be wearing heels while you twerk? We can guarantee you’ll feel the burn in your behind (in the best way possible) at the end of this 55-minute class.
Cost:
$15 for your first class, $30 for a subsequent drop-in class, $88 to $118 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
4/5

Pure Flow

Find it: 2693 W Broadway, Pure Vibe,
The vibe:
A sleek, contemporary room with heavy-duty pulsating machinery lining the walls
The workout:
Using vibrating machines to enhance muscle stimulation, this 20-minute power yoga class focuses on core strength, balance and flexibility, all while toning your bod.
Cost:
$19 for your first class, $99 for five classes, $199 for 10 classes, $299 for 20 classes, $59 to $99 per month for new members
Sweat factor:
3/5

BalletFit

Find it:1340 Granville St., Ballet Lounge,
The vibe:
Mirrored walls, minimalist décor and ballet bars lit up in neon colours for a chic nightclub meets modern dance studio atmosphere
The workout:
This signature class, which can only be found at the Ballet Lounge, mixes sweat-inducing aerobics with classic ballet technique for the perf balance between cardio and toning.
Cost:
$15 to $26 per class
Sweat factor:
3/5

Rise

Find it: 102 -1500 Howe St., The Practice Studio,
The vibe:
With floor-to-ceiling windows, the airy, bright space has tons of natural light, the sunshine yellow accent walls (and the killer workout) will immeds put you in a positive mood.
The workout:
With the help of a mini trampoline, kettle bells and free weights, this strength training workout focuses on toning your muscles using low-impact conditioning.
Cost:
$24 for a drop-in class, $110 for five classes, $200 for 10 classes, $360 for 20 classes, $170 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
2/5 

Hells Bells

Find it: 610 Granville St. and 22 other locations across British Columbia, Steve Nash Fitness World and Sports Club,
The vibe:
This expansive gym and sports club has everything one could ever need in a workout space: seemingly endless rows of cardio equipment, a kick-ass weight room and spacious rooms with views of Vancity for your group sweat sesh.
The workout:
A killer mix of intense cardio and slow-burning strength training moves using sandbells, kettlebells and dumbbells.
Cost:
Membership prices vary depending on the club and your individual workout plan, but for new members, your first week is
Sweat factor:
4/5 

Best New Fitness Classes in Calgary

Lagree YYC in Calgary is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Lagree YYC in Calgary (Photo: Kolby Meyers, Simply Modern Marketing)

Heavy Bag Boxing

Find it: Rumble Boxing Studio, 720 17 Ave. SW,
The vibe:
As the self-proclaimed “fightclub meets nightclub,” this ultra-cool boxing studio is dimly lit with neon hues while heart pumping tracks blast from the speakers.
The workout:
Throw a little one-two punch during this grueling 50-minute sweat sesh that combines boxing, strength training and HIIT. Oh and you can burn up to 700 calories per class (nbd).
Cost:
$20 for a drop-in class, $199 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
5/5 

Lagree YYC

Find it: 5123 Elbow Dr. SW,
The vibe:
When you first walk into the workout space, the intimidating jet black M3 machines might make you want to throw in the towel, but the daily reminders printed on the walls, like “Hydrate Often”, “Love Yourself” and “Move Daily” make the space much more inviting.
The workout:
An effect full body workout that makes standard fitness moves (think, squatting and lunging) 10x more intense with the use of resistance machines.
Cost:
Free for your first class, $49 for a week of unlimited classes for first timers, $29 for a drop-in class, $139 for five classes, $269 for 10 classes, $499 for 20 classes, $299 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
5/5 

HIIT

Find it: Movement U, 16 4 St. NE,
The vibe:
An upscale, modern studio where each corner is more gorgeous than the next. From the chic lobby with geometric touches to the main workout space that has pops of orange and the shiniest, high-tech equipment, you might just forget you’re at the gym.
The workout:
It’s all about the music when it comes to this high-intensity interval training workout. We’re talking 50 minutes of strength training and cardio in small, intense bursts that are based off of the instructor’s playlist.
Cost:
$23 for a drop-in class, $60 for two weeks of unlimited classes for first timers, $100 for five classes, $180 for 10 classes, $320 for 20 classes, $199 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
5/5 

TRX

Find it: Fit Republic, 989 McPherson Rd. NE,
The vibe:
This multi-room workout space has facilities for every type of sweat sesh, from spin to kickboxing and antigravity fitness. The studio is clean, simple and filled with natural light for a minimalist environment to get your fitness on.
The workout:
This intense class, designed by Navy SEALS (a.k.a. bring your A-game), uses your own body weight and suspension straps to improve your strength, core balance and flexibility.
Cost:
$17.50 for a drop-in class, $82.50 for five classes, $155 for 10 classes, $39 for two weeks of unlimited classes for first timers, $21 to $29 per week for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
5/5 

Reformer Jump

Find it: Junction 9, 919 9 Ave. SE,
The vibe:
The Pilates studios are what minimalist dreams are made of. From the brick walls to the wooden floors, the focus is all on the high-tech equipment that will transform your workout.
The workout:
For cardio enthusiasts, this innovative interval workout uses fitness-friendly trampolines to work your core. You’ll get your heart rate up without putting tons of strain on your joints.
Cos
t: $28 for a drop-in class, $79 for one month of unlimited classes for first timers, $130 for five classes, $240 for 10 classes, $208 per month for a membership, $230 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
4/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Edmonton

Barre Body Fit at Barre Body Studio in Edmonton is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Barre Body Fit at Barre Body Studio in Edmonton (Photo: L Photography)

Burlesque Boom

Find it: 10575 115 St. NW #204,
The vibe:
A spacious, bright dance studio with pops of hot pink and mirrored walls, so you’ll have tons of room to bust out your best moves
The workout:
An hour of heart-pumping burlesque-inspired dance cardio along with a side of sultry music, so you’ll not only break sweat but the sexy routine will make you feel like a million bucks.
Cost:
$20 for a drop-in class, $150 for 12 classes
Sweat factor:
3/5

Barre Body Fit

Find it: 4211 106 St. NW #184, 11996 109A Ave., Barre Body Studio,
The vibe:
As soon as you walk into the studio, you’re greeted by gorg chandeliers, dreamy displays of chic activewear and even a juice bar at the Whitemud location. Talk about an Instagrammer’s paradise.
The workout:
If you want to feel the burn, this toning and strengthening class is perf for you. Using slow, pulsating movements combined with the barre, your bod will be leaner, stronger and more flexible, stat. Bonus: you can perfect your plié at the same time.
Cost:
$20 for a drop-in class, $95 for five classes, $185 for 10 classes, $320 for 20 classes, $55 for unlimited classes for your first three weeks, $140 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
2/5

Rowing

Find it: Hive Fit Co., 10343 Jasper Ave.,
The vibe:
Concrete walls, floor-to-ceiling windows and sleek wooden and metal water-resistance rowing machines (read: it feels like you’re actually on water). Plus, there’s a snap-worthy black and white tiled wall out in the lobby that says, “Together We Sweat”. Yaasss!
The workout:
At the only row studio in the city, this high-intensity, low-impact workout does wonders for your endurance and strength. With the long strokes on the rowing machine to floor exercises with free weights, you’ll get a killer workout.
Cost:
$20 for a drop-in class, $90 for five classes, $170 for 10 classes, $320 for 20 classes, $200 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
3/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Saskatoon

Antigravity Yoga at Move N Soar in Ottawa is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Antigravity Yoga at Move N Soar in Saskatoon (Photo: Leo Yuen)

Rip60

Find it: Freedom Functional Fitness, 102 20 St. W,
The vibe:
The expansive 19,000 square ft industrial-style space is softened with touches of wood and natural lighting, but the metal pipes, concrete walls and heavy-duty equipment resemble a top-notch gym.
The workout:
Using just your body weight (which is more effective than you’d think), this intense class is all about hanging, lifting, pulling and looping yourself through suspension apparatuses for a surprisingly grueling workout.
Cost:
$50 to $90 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
4/5 

Antigravity Yoga

Find it: Move N Soar, 2325 Preston Ave. S,
The vibe:
Rustic-meets-industrial with the yoga-inspired light wooden floors to the metal beams holding up the orange silk hammocks.
The workout:
When yoga just seems *so* basic, challenge yourself to a suspended version of downward dog. This antigravity yoga class uses silk hammocks that hang from the ceiling for a seemingly weightless workout that combines the fundamentals of yoga, Pilates and aerial art.
Cost:
$20 for a drop-in class, $216 for the full 12-week class
Sweat factor:
2/5 

Aerial Hoop

Find it: Club Mynx, 619a 1st Ave. N,
The vibe:
An intimate, dimly lit studio with brick walls and minimalist black hoops suspended from the ceiling
The workout:
This strength training class is not only a beautiful form of fitness, but it also gives you a bangin’ bod. Aerial dancing strengthens your core and perfects your artistic flow through various movements all while you hang a few feet in the air.
Cost:
$109 for the six-week class, $50 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
2/5 

Best New Fitness Classes in Winnipeg

Yoga on the Wall at Yoga Public in Winnipeg is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Yoga on the Wall at Yoga Public in Winnipeg (Photo: Jon Schroeder)

Excel Bootcamp

Find it: Brickhouse Gym, 104 King Edward St. E, 418 Gertrude Ave.,
The vibe:
For those looking for a traditional gym atmosphere, this spot is for you. From the walls lined with heavy machinery to the edgy all-black interior, the space will immeds put you in the mood to pump some iron.
The workout:
From free-weights to cardio intervals and a seemingly endless number of squats, this intense bootcamp class is not for the faint of heart but trust us when we say, you’ll feel freakin’ incredible by the end.
Cost:
$10 to $15 for a drop-in class, $100 to $120 for 10 classes, $45 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
5/5

Yoga on the Wall

Find it: Yoga Public, 280 Fort St.,
The vibe:
A serene oasis that is decked out with beautiful rustic décor, like round wooden mirrors and hand-carved wooden benches that double as a chic seat for kicking back in between classes
The workout:
Yoga is elevated (literally) to the next level using adjustable straps that hang from the wall. Perfect your alignment and feel yourself deepen into the stretches with this innovative workout. And don’t fret—there is plenty of hands-on help to guide you through the class.
Cost:
$24 for a drop-in class, $49 for a 15-day pass for first timers, $100 for five classes, $180 for 10 classes, $400 for 25 classes, $125 to $175 per month for an unlimited membership
Sweat factor:
2/5 

Intro to Pole

Find it: Alora Pole Fitness, 310-70 Albert St.,
The vibe:
With bright purple walls, silver curtains and enthusiastic instructors, the atmosphere is inviting, confidence-boosting and just downright fun. Bonus: with the small number of poles, classes are kept small.
The workout:
Turns out you can get a killer workout from spinning on a pole. This hour-long intro class is designed for first-timers, teaching you the basics of pole fitness. Trust, you’ll get hooked.
Cost:
$15 for a drop-in class, $75 for three classes, $100 for five classes, $150 for 10 classes, $195 for 15 classes, $200 per month for an unlimited membership
Sweat factor:
3/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Toronto

Bolo Love Inc. in Toronto is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

BodyLove Inc. in Toronto (Photo: Elaine Fancy Photography)

Barry’s Bootcamp

Find it: 310 Richmond St. W Unit 1, 
The vibe:
The highly anticipated opening of Canada’s first Barry’s Bootcamp location in October made huge waves in Toronto’s fitness world and the interior does not disappoint. The warm red lighting, heavy machinery and empowering bootcamp atmosphere (complete with heart pumping jams) will make you want to drop and give ’em 20.
The workout:
This internationally acclaimed workout uses interval and strength training for a one-of-a-kind combination of moves, and machinery that will push you further than you ever thought possible.
Cost:
$32 for one class, $155 for five classes, $300 for 10 classes, $1360 for 50 classes
Sweat factor:
5/5 

Pop Physique

Find it: 1560 Yonge St.,
The vibe:
Adorned with black and white stripped wallpaper, bright yellow ropes, hot pink balls and the cutest neon “J’Adore Barre” sign in the lobby, the studio space is almost as bangin’ as how you’ll feel once you finish your first booty-poppin’ class (see what we did there?).
The workout:
This artistic ballet barre class hails from sunny L.A., where it is adored by Victoria’s Secret Angels to tone and stretch.
Cost:
Free for the first class, $21 for a drop-in class, $85 for five classes, $160 for 10 classes, $300 for 20 classes, $75 to $150 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
3/5 

BOLO Boxing

Find it: BodyLove Inc., 128 Peter St.,
The vibe:
Meant for busy ladies, this millennial hotspot slash fitness studio is currently a pop-up collab with Knixwear until the end of February, but BodyLove Inc. is moving to their permanent location in the spring.
The workout:
Created by personal trainer, former competitive fighter and fellow Torontonian Caleigh Rykiss, this brand spankin’ new workout is designed to get you hooked on boxing.
Cost:
$15 for first timers, $18 for a drop-in class, $75 for five classes, $145 for 10 classes, $160 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
4/5 

Essentrics

Find it: Framewrk, 9 Davies Ave. #206,
The vibe:
Everything about this studio is just begging to be snapped for the ‘gram. From the fresh foliage, simple wooden ballet bars and the super-chic calligraphy sign that says, “What you believe is what you create,” the space doubles as an Instagrammer’s dream subject and a place to break a sweat. Le sigh.
The workout:
Using fluid movements to stretch and strengthen your body to greater flexibility and leaner muscles, you’ll feel light and loose in no time.
Cost:
$19 for a drop-in class, $45 for 30 days of unlimited classes for first timers, $85 for five classes, $150 for 10 classes, $260 for 20 classes$95 to $115 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
2/5 

Surfset

Find it: 2481A Yonge St.,
The vibe:
An understated, monochromatic room with mirrored walls and grey tiled floors—but the cobalt blue fitness ropes add a vibrant punch to the otherwise minimalist space
The workout:
Pro-surfers are clearly doing something right (can we talk about their beach bods?), but you don’t have to live near the ocean to reap the benefits of catching a wave. Using a surfboard-like apparatus, you’ll perform strengthing moves that will engage muscles you never thought you had.
Cost:
$20 for your first class, $25 for a drop-in class, $115 for five classes, $220 for 10 classes, $399 for 25 classes, $110 to $150 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
3/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Ottawa

Bellydancing at Cherry Blossom Aerial Dance Studio in Ottawa is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Bellydancing at Cherry Blossom Aerial Dance Studio in Ottawa (Photo: Andrea Harper)

Pilates Space

Find it: Pilates Space, 340 MacLaren St. #100,
The vibe:
The Pilates room is the definition of simplicity at its finest. From the mirrored walls, wooden floors and gorgeous minimalist Pilates machines, you can focus on your technique and enjoy the workout.
The workout:
It’s all about the machines during this Pilates workout. We recommend taking the introduction classes to get you familiar with the equipment, as each one has its own unique benefits, techniques and workout class.
Cost:
$149 to $199 for the eight-week class, $130 to $169 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
4/5

Kickbox Fitness

Find it: 9Round, 3681 Innes Rd., 5160 Innes Rd. Unit #3, Millennium Plaza,
The vibe:
An underground boxing ring kind of atmosphere with red walls, black leather punching bags hanging from the ceiling and nine stations (hence the name 9Round) for each boxer to rotate between
The workout:
Thirty minutes of cardio kickboxing that whips your whole body into shape using boxing and resistance training to help you break a sweat. Plus, a trainer is there to guide you through each exercise so even first-time boxers will be able to throw a one-two punch.
Cost:
Free for your first class and your first week, $59 to $79 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
5/5

Goat Yoga

Find it: 4013 Carp Rd.,
The vibe:
Super laidback and casual—you’ll be too distracted by the adorable baby goats hopping around to notice the simply decorated space.
The workout:
Yes, this yoga trend you thought you’d only see on social media is a legit thing and we are totally here for it. Perform basic yoga poses while the goats hop on your back, cuddle up next to you and roam around the space. Trust, it’s good for the soul.
Cost:
$30 per class
Sweat factor:
1/5 

Obstacle Fit

Find it: OCR Academy, 1140 Morrison Dr. #106B,
The vibe:
Basically like an industrial, adult-sized playground (in the best way possible). The bright green walls brighten up the space that is filled with a giant obstacle course, from nets to monkey bars and wooden planks to run, jump and climb through.
The workout:
This 45-minute class consists of a quick warm-up to get your heart pumping, then goes into a sweat-inducing cardio and core workout and ends with exercises through the obstacle course for a strong finish. Don’t get discouraged if you can’t make it through all of the obstacles on the first try. It’ll motivate you to come back and tackle the course each week.
Cost:
Free for the first class, $20 for a drop-in class, $75 for five classes, $140 for 10 classes, $260 for 20 classes
Sweat factor:
4/5

Belly Dancing

Find it: Cherry Blossom Aerial Dance Studio, 427 St Laurent Blvd.,
The vibe:
Feminine vibes abound at this aerial dance studio with the hot pink walls and an enticing roster of female-empowerment workouts, from pole fitness to burlesque and—the one we’re most stocked about—belly dancing.
The workout:
Always been curious about trying belly dancing? This hour-long class is the perf introduction to this fun, sultry dance style and all of the hip-shaking moves that go along with it. Plus, they have coin belts available to wear on top of your workout clothes for some added jingle while you move.
Cost: $18 for a drop-in class, $90 for the six-week class, $75 to $90 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
2/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Montreal

BarreMommy at Très Studio in Montreal is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

BarreMommy at Très Studio in Montreal (Photo: Veronica Maglione, Vemb Photography)

Bounce Party

Find it: Studio House of Bounce, 9 Rue Sainte-Catherine Est #101,
The vibe:
A spacious studio with black curtains, mirrored walls and rows of colourful sweat-proof mini trampolines
The workout:
Reach new heights (pun v. intended) with this high-intensity cardio workout on a trampoline. This 45-minute class is all about bouncing to the beat of fast-paced dance music to get your heart rate up while you defy gravity.
Cost:
$22 for a drop-in class, $35 for a week of unlimited classes for first timers, $85 to $95 per month for unlimited classes, $60 for three classes, $95 for five classes, $175 for 10 classes
Sweat factor:
4/5 

BarreMommy

Find it: Très Studio Barre, 4371 St. Denis St.,
The vibe:
The barre studio has plenty of natural lighting from the big windows looking out onto St. Denis Street to the different coloured wood which adds a warm, homey touch.
The workout:
Attention, new moms! You don’t have to leave your little one at home for your next sweat sesh. Très Studio has a special mommy-and-me ballet barre class, which consists of barre and floor work that will help you bond even more with your baby.
Cost:
$30 for a drop-in class, $120 per month for unlimited classes, $250 for 10 classes, $399 for 20 classes
Sweat factor:
2/5 

F.I.T Circut

Find it: Spiral Fitness, 160 Rue Saint Viateur E #510,
The vibe:
A spacious, industrial-style set-up with plenty of room and natural light to pump some iron, bang out a cardio sesh and do floor work without getting in anyone else’s way
The workout:
If you get bored easily during a workout, this circuit-style class will be just the thing to keep you exhilarated and focused from start to finish. With eight to 10 stations of different sweat-inducing exercises, you’ll be constantly moving for the full 50-to-70-minute workout. (Oh, and you can only pause for 10 to 15 seconds between each station. We’re out breath just thinking about it.)
Cost:
Free for your first class, $20 for a drop-in class, $85 for five classes, $225 for 15 classes, $395 for 30 classes
Sweat factor:
5/5 

Bollywood Dance Fitness

Find it: Jhoomlay, 372 St-Catherine W, 9 St-Catherine E,
The vibe:
A vibrant, uplifting atmosphere with upbeat Bollywood music blasting from the speakers. After all, the studio’s name means “swing to the beat.”
The workout:
This fast-paced dance class uses Bollywood-style moves and music for an energizing workout that will tone your whole body without any gym equipment.
Cost:
$15 for a drop-in class, $75 for six classes
Sweat factor:
3/5

Bartendaz

Find it: Club Sportif MAA, 2070 Peel St.,
The vibe:
This luxe sports and health club is the perf spot for those wanting to kick their fitness regimen into high gear. The gorgeous space has four gorgeous studios, a gymnasium, indoor pool, squash room and even a gourmet resto (nbd).
The workout:
This advanced class is reserved for gym veterans wanting to work on their upper body strength, because for 60 minutes you use metal bars on the wall to pull, lift and push yourself up, while you work on muscle and cardiovascular strength training. INTENSE.
Cost:
Memberships are v. exclusive, so to the team if you’re interested
Sweat factor:
5/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Moncton

Crossfit Moncton is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Crossfit Moncton in Moncton (Photo: Kevin Wood)

Women with Weights

Find it: 3rd Degree Training, 535 Edinburgh Dr., 
The vibe:
A giant floor mat takes up the entirety of the main space, but don’t let the simplicity of the interior fool you—the trainers will have you and the rest of the group breaking a sweat, stat. As they say on their website, “your body is your gym”.
The workout:
Circuit-style weight training can be supes intimidating, especially when it’s packed with jacked dudes. Trust, we get it. If you’re curious to try free weights, ropes and more in a female-friendly environment, this beginner class can be just the thing to get you started.
Cost:
$10 to $12 for a drop-in class
Sweat factor:
5/5

Core N’ More

Find it: Fit For Her, 1201 Mountain Rd.,
The vibe:
As Moncton’s only all-female studio, the atmosphere is uplifting, positive and empowering for women with every athletic ability and fitness goal.
The workout:
For ladies looking to tone their tummies and upper bodies, their brand new core-burning class will def get you stocked to get your sweat on.
Cost:
$10 for a drop-in class, $60 for 10 classes, $100 for 20 classes, $80 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
4/5 

CrossFit Moncton

Find it: 359 Baig Blvd.,
The vibe:
As soon as you walk into the gym, you’re greeted with bright orange walls, black and white tiled floors and touches of graffiti for maj street-chic vibes. The main workout space is just as edgy with concrete walls, rubber floor mats and sleek equipment.
The workout:
From weightlifting to bodyweights and intense cardio, CrossFit is a great option for gym-enthusiasts looking to turn up the intensity of their workout regimen.
Cost:
$91 to $108 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
5/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Halifax

Aerial Silks at Studio In Essence in Halifax is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Aerial Silks at Studio In Essence in Halifax (Photo: Stoo Metz)

Hula Hoop

Find it: Serpentine Studios, 5527 Cogswell St.,
The vibe:
A vibrant, colourful dance studio draped in silk scarves, painted with bright purple and turquoise, and decorated with gorg intricate lotus flower designs on the walls.
The workout:
Turns out our fave childhood activity (hula hooping, obvs) can double as our new fave adulthood workout. Weighted hula hoops offer a fun cardio workout that you’ll feel in your hips, arms and booty.
Cost:
$120 for the eight-week class, $440 for unlimited classes for eight weeks
Sweat factor:
2/5 

Aerial Silks

Find it: Studio In Essence, 1535 Dresden Row #203,
The vibe:
Between the aerial silks in bold hues to the vibrant walls painted in dreamy colours of turquoise and lime green, you’ll instantly feel uplifted when you step inside the space.
The workout:
Suspend yourself in the air using silk fabric hanging from the ceiling for a strengthening workout that combines circus performance with the artistry of dance. After hanging on for dear life, you’ll def feel it in your upper body the next day.
Cost:
$12 for your first class, $40 for one week of unlimited class for new members, $139 for the eight-week class
Sweat factor:
4/5 

Stone Out Stress Yoga

Find it: Rio Yoga & Pilates Studio, 5781 Charles St.,
The vibe:
With exposed brick walls, chalk boards and simple wooden floors, the loft-style yoga studio is a seemingly untraditional backdrop to get zen (and we are totally here for it).
The workout:
This restorative yin yoga class is the perf end-of-week treat to get you in the proper headspace to unwind and de-stress. As you move into the different positions, hot stones are placed on your body to help release toxins and get you relaxed AF.
Cost:
$20 for a drop-in class, $150 for 10 classes, $250 for 20 classes, $160 per month for unlimited classes, $130 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
1/5

Best New Fitness Classes in Charlottetown

Hot Athletica at Dynamic Fitness in Charlottetown is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Hot Athletica at Dynamic Fitness in Charlottetown (Photo: Katherine Drake)

StudioRow101

Find it: 151 Kent St., 2nd Floor, Studio Row,
The vibe:
Located in an old-fashioned building with plenty of PEI charm, the sleek, minimalist space uses pops of space-grey and rustic wood as the chic backdrop to their transformative rowing workouts.
The workout:
This 45-minute introduction class is perf for first-time rowers. You’ll be introduced to the rowing machines (which will do wonders for your endurance and strength) and you’ll finish with some floor exercises for a workout that you’ll feel from H2T (head-to-toe).
Cost:
$22 per class, $100 for five classes, $59 to $89 per month for four or eight classes, $149 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor: 3/5

Hot Athletica

Find it: Dynamic Fitness, 99 Pownal St.,
The vibe:
The specialized studio is covered from floor to ceiling in light wood with mirrors and plenty of natural light, making it a calming, bright atmosphere for breaking a sweat.
The workout:
Combining Pilates, yoga, strength training and high-intensity cardio, this class takes place in their special infrared sauna studio which is heated to 36 degrees for the ultimate sweat sesh. The workout was designed by Olympic gold medalist David MacEachern, and is totes exclusive to Dynamic Fitness.
Cost:
$15 for a drop-in class, $80 per month for a membership, $120 for 10 classes, $210 for 20 classes
Sweat factor: 5/5

Kinetic Fit

Find it: Kinetic Fitness, 133 Queen St.,
The vibe:
The all-black interior, lime green accents and heavy-duty gym equipment is almost as badass as how you’ll feel once you finish one of their intense workouts.
The workout:
A strength and conditioning HIIT session that uses a little bit of everything, from rowing machines to free-weights and more. The class can be anywhere from 12 to 20 minutes, but don’t let the time fool you—you’ll feel the burn fast.
Cost:
$15 for a drop in class, $60 for five classes, $120 for 10 classes, $220 for 20 classes, $135 per month for unlimited classes
Sweat factor:
4/5

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Orangetheory Fitness in St. John's is one of the best fitness classes in Canada

Orangetheory Fitness in St. John’s (Photo: Courtesy Orangetheory Fitness)

Pound

Find it: Southlands Community Centre, 40 Teakwood Dr.,
The vibe:
This laidback, friendly spot is not your typical gym atmosphere. The casual multi-purpose room is transformed into a workout ready space, so you won’t even feel like you’re getting your sweat on in a community centre.
The workout:
For those who have always wanted to launch their drummer careers or are looking for a unique musical workout, this fitness class is for you. Using resistance training and simulated drumming to catchy rhythms, you can rock out while you work out. #Score.
Cost:
$5 for a drop in class, $45 for 10 classes, $80 for 20 classes, $105 for 30 classes
Sweat factor:
2/5 

Orangetheory Fitness

Find it:  70 White Rose Dr., Unit #1,
The vibe:
All. Orange. Everything. From the rowing machines to the treadmills and the walls, the warm hue is found all around the industrial-style space.
The workout:
An hour of heart rate-based intervals, from intense cardio to strength training. The idea behind Orangetheory is hitting your cardio “orange zone,” where your metabolism and energy is kicked into overdrive for up to 36 hours after your workout ends.
Cost:
Free for your first class, $28 for a susequent drop-in class, $59 to $200 per month for a membership
Sweat factor:
5/5

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