At one point, I had THREE fitness memberships! All to different studios each offering a different type of training. This started to become rather non-cost effective and deterred me to try anything new as I know I'll only get hooked and will want to join! This is essentially the beauty of ClassPass! It opens up the world of fitness allowing you to attend classes such as Crossfit, Spinning and Yoga (to name a few) all under ONE membership!

We were kindly offered a one months free trial from the lovely people over at Classpass. We immediately headed to the website and were overly pleased to find some studios we had already visited (and loved) were included on the list! A few we had previously reviewed such as EdgeCycle1Rebel and even Seen On Screen!!

The website is slick and easy to use. You can view classes based on time, date or even location, which makes it really handy if your scoping out classes near to home and work.

Classpass runs on a monthly cycle, starting on the same date of each month. Within this month you can attend unlimited amount of classes but a maximum of three visits per each studio. Yes that's a small drawback but with so many to choose from, I wondered if it would be a problem for me. Another element that concerned me with the penalty of lateness or non-arrival. If you do not cancel 12hours in advance you will be charged £12 and £15 for a no-show.

What got me very excited about Classpass was the fact that alot of the well known studios were included! I was keen to get stuck in and got myself booked onto places like GymClass, Project Fit and even tried something new like Ecole de Pole!

Edge Cycle

Moreno Boxing

Transition Zone

Bikram Yoga London

Project Fit

Gymclass London


Aerial Land

Movers and Shapers


Ten Pilates



David Lloyd Studio Aldgate

The Fitness Mosaic

Gymclass London

I loved and enjoyed having the class pass membership for the month but for right now, I don't think it is something I could carry on at the moment. Although I understand why it's there, the cancellation fee is a massive issue for me. As someone working in the hectic world of Architecture, some night's I'm having to stay behind in the office last minute and sacrifice training. 

Classpass has an impressive lists of studios who's classes would normally range from £20-£25+. Although £89 is alot of money - I feel it's completely justifiable considering the caliber of studios they have included.

- four the perfect dress


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