A New Way to Workout around Boston: ClassPass!

ClassPass BostonHappy Friday! I’ve got a to-do list longer than a Saturday night bar tab to get through before I can enjoy the weekend, but first wanted to share the exciting news for all you Boston fitness junkies: ClassPass has officially launched in our lovely city. (It started in New York…like everything else haha.)

With ClassPass, you pay $99 for a month of up to 10 classes at any of the participating studios (three class max at any one particular studio). That comes out to just under $10 per class, which is an amazing deal considering most drop-in rates at these studios are in the $20-$30 range. It’s perfect for those wanting to try out new studios and workouts around Boston and enjoy switching up their workout routine (like me!). Of course, if you fall in love with one particular studio, you’ll probably want to go more than three times a month and buy a separate membership directly from them, but ClassPass is perfect for the rest.

The best part is some of my absolute favorite studios in Boston are participating, including Btone, which means you guys can use ClassPass to come take one of my classes! Here’s a full list of studios included, and I’m sure the list will expand as ClassPass continues to establish its presence in good ol’ Beantown:

  • Btone Fitness
  • Vélo-City
  • Beantown Bootcamp
  • Boston Body
  • BURN Fitness Studios
  • C2 Pilates
  • Charlestown Cycling Club
  • Commonwealth Sports Club
  • Exhale Boston
  • Flywheel Boston
  • Life in Synergy
  • Pursuit Boston
  • Raw Fitness Performance
  • Recycle Studio
  • Secret Physique
  • Shama Yoga
  • Studio J

On Tuesday I was invited to ClassPass’ launch party at Flywheel and was given one free month with the service. So. Pumped. I already go to Btone and Vélo-City all the time (you’ve probably noticed by now haha), so I’m going to use my ClassPass month to check out the studios I haven’t been to before. I’ll keep you posted!

If you’re in Boston (or NYC) and this sounds up your alley, check out ClassPass.

Have a great weekend, everyone! And before I sign off, I just have to say how totally impressed I am by how many of you have done this week’s AMRAP workout challenge! If you still want to enter this week’s giveaway, you have until Sunday night to compete the workout. 

What are your thoughts? Would you try out ClassPass?


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  1. Hey Nicole!
    I just heard about ClassPass and was thinking about trying it out. Is it a renewing service? As in, you get charged $99/month and have to use the 10 classes in that one month? I think it’s such a great idea, but I can usually only get to one specialized class a week, so I’m afraid it might go to waste 🙁 (my gym is literally across the street from my apartment, so I don’t have to worry about travel time haha)

    • Hey Kaitlyn! Yes, I think you have to use the 10 classes within the month, you can’t roll over unused ones into the next. And I feel ya–travel time is always my biggest concern with making it to studios on time (can’t even count how many I’ve missed because of the T haha)

  2. Gretchen says:

    Classpass sounds awesome! I would definitely try it out if it spread to Philadelphia!

  3. OMG this sounds great!! I wish I lived in Boston! Thank you for sharing and I hope you have a great weekend! 🙂


  4. That sounds amazing! I need it to come to LA!!!

  5. Excited to try your classes! I’ve been to Emily’s, Kristen’s, Jenny’s, Jill’s, Dahne’s and Denise’s so far. I signed up for ClassPass but realized the hard way that it’s a 24-hour cancellation window (unlike 4 hours for Exhale or 12 hours for Btone).

    • Definitely something to be aware of–if you don’t cancel in time you get charged $20. Can’t wait to see you in one of my classes! 🙂

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