After this past year, there are experiences that seem more decadent than ever — like sinking into a […]
Things are certainly changing by the day (or hour) over here, and we’re all doing our best to stay afloat in the midst of such uncertainty.
So… it’s a no from me.
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Coreo Fitness is a new dance and fitness studio in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood. They specialize in Bungee Workout, and the first studio to bring this new modality to the west coast.
Flywheel is doing an extensive brand refresh and remodeling of its two Seattle-area locations in South Lake Union and Bellevue. All renovations are scheduled to be completed by Friday, October 26th. Flywheel is the leading boutique fitness brand that pioneered putting technology on an indoor cycling bike and has been providing results-driven classes across the US.
Local entrepreneur Kate MacDonald, former president and co-founder of Julep Beauty opened up the boutique fitness studio concept Pilates ProWorks in South Lake Union last month.
The first SoulCycle in the Seattle area opened in January at the Lincoln expansion in downtown Bellevue and I was excited to check it out. I was told it takes about three classes to really “get” SoulCycle so I bought their $60 3-class starter pack (discounted from the usual $28 per class). The BVUE Soul Starter Pack is still available for a limited time!
Thanksgiving weekend just passed and we’re now in full holiday party and holiday dinner mode! It’s time to add some health and wellness to the mix. Welcome SoulCycle, a premier full-body indoor cycling and lifestyle brand, is opening of its first Pacific Northwest location in Bellevue this January. With studios along the West Coast, SoulCycle will bring the joy of movement into the greater Seattle area with a brand new location in Bellevue’s Lincoln Square Expansion.
I had never taken a spin class before this. Something about it always intimidated me. I’ve halfheartedly biked at the gym for a few minutes a handful of times and I’m an occasional summer bike rider, but that’s it. I’d heard good things from multiple people about Flywheel for a while now. I even signed up for a class three years ago, but ended up ditching last minute. I never got around to going again until a few weeks ago. This is not a sponsored post—opinions are my own.