ClassPass in Singapore: What the fitness subscription service could mean for your future workouts
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We read about it. We heard about it (mostly while living vicariously through our pals living abroad). And now the famed fitness subscription membership, ClassPass has landed in Singapore, making us its first stop before launching in the rest of Asia. Clearly, we must be doing something right.
Before GuavaPass was even a thing, the NYC-based company had long been the cornerstone for the fitness cognoscenti. Those familiar with the fitness subscription service, everything runs as per usual. You pay a fixed monthly fee to access a stellar list of participating gyms and fitness studios pinned across the city.
The only outstanding trait? They operate on a credit based system; casting a different allocation of credits across the participating studios. Members are given the same amount of credits per month, so it's up to each individual to decide how they want to spend it all. Whether it be a higher credit class at their favourite gym or a lower credit class at a newly-opened studio, the amount of classes you attend every month can vary based on that formula. You can also use the same credits while travelling — basically anywhere in the world that houses ClassPass. The fitness marketplace is also looking to venture into the wellness realm — roping in services like massages, facials, crypotherapy and acupuncture.
Those currently on the ClassPass wagon include popular spots like WeBarre, booM Singapore, Freedom Yoga and Anthem etc. You can kick off the week with aqua boxing and finish well with an intensive spin sesh. Our inactive bodies are ready.
The ClassPass mobile app is now live in Singapore — available on iOS and Android. Get started with ClassPass here.