Now Open: FLYT Club in Dundas West

FLYT Club
photo credit: @flytclubto

There’s a new fitness kid in town in the Dundas West neighbourhood. It’s a fitness studio with the clever name: FLYT Club. This fitness club offers classes like Bootcamp, Spin, Muay Thai, Boxing, and Kettlebell. While you can find a ton of fitness places along Queen West, more are starting to pop up along the trendy Dundas West neighbourhood near Trinity Bellwoods. 

About FLYT Club

From FLYT Club’s website:

“At FLYT Club we believe that fitness extends beyond the physical. The ability to survive, adapt and thrive in your environment is a product of the physical, mental and spiritual. FLYT attempts to honour this idea by creating a supportive community, diverse in offerings, that challenges the individual to dig deeper and uncover a new strength and a greater sense of self.

We live in a chaotic city, always moving, ever changing, and what we need from a workout changes daily as well. Release some pent up anger in a Muay Thai class hitting the heavy bag, tackle anxiety head on in a heart racing spin class, increase your confidence discovering your true strength in a bootcamp class, or simply slow down and let go and exhale in a deep stretch class.

Acknowledging at the forefront that going to the gym is no longer just about looking good, but has has become an essential tool to manage mental well being and enable us to feel strong, capable and empowered. We see you. We got you. Take FLYT.”

 

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Pricing

Right now, there’s a special offer where new students get their first class for free. You can also try 2 weeks for $40. The regular rates are drop-in classes for $22, a ten class pass for $200, or a monthly auto-renewal membership for $189 with access to all classes.

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Terris Schneider
Terris Schneider is a writer from Vancouver, now based in Toronto. She is the Creative Team Lead for DINE Magazine and covers everything from food, fashion, music, travel, and lifestyle. Her published works have appeared in Discorder, Metro News, Stop Street Harassment, Pique Newsmagazine, The Post Feminist Post, Flannel Magazine, and Sophomore Magazine. Check out her column: Witch, Don't Kill My Vibe.