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5 Places You Need to Be Working out at in Toronto


Yoga at the AGO

http://www.ago.net/drop-in-yoga To get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, try taking a yoga class at the AGO. They offer one of the most stimulating and creative environments in Toronto for a work out. Classes are Mondays from 6-7pm, Thursdays from 8-9pm, and Sunday from 10:15-11am. During the classes, the gallery is closed, thus offering a relaxing and unique space to develop your yoga skills.  



http://www.barreworks.ca/ Bored of your regular workout routine? Spice it up a bit with barre method! These classes use the ballet barre, resistance bands, and weighted balls to give you a dancer’s body. The fun and unique classes are especially great for women. It’s a lot of hard work, but very energizing and set to a great playlist. If you are nervous for your first class, try taking Barrebasics. This introduction class will prepare you for other classes they offer such as SpinBarre, which is a combination of a spin class and a barre method class.   flirty-girl-weights

Flirty Girl Fitness

http://flirtygirlfitnesstoronto.com/ Toronto’s women only group and personal training studio offers some of the most unique classes in the city. Their classes range from Bikini Boot Camp all the way to Zumba. They also offer weekend workshops that last for 2 hours, as well as parties and events. Their pink décor makes it a very warm and inviting place for all women in the city.   TYC

The Yorkville Club

http://www.theyorkvilleclub.com/ The décor is sleek, clean, and modern, making it one of the best looking and most luxurious gyms in the city. TYC offers group fitness classes, personal training, steam and sauna rooms, and state of the art fitness equipment. Just a few of the fitness classes they offer are hot yoga, pilates, zumba, and body sculpt.   Totem King West

Totum King West

http://www.totum.ca/ Totum King West is a boutique-style fitness club and sports rehabilitation facility. The 11,000 sq. ft. award winning facility has tons of character, featuring exposed brick walls and amazing personal trainers. Their class schedule offers tons of variety, including boxing, circuit training, cycling, yoga, and many conditioning classes. The classes range from 30-60 minutes long, allowing you to easily fit a class into your busy schedule.

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