14 Dec London’s Best Boutique Gyms
Boutique fitness has been changing the way people exercise in London. If you are tired of running on the treadmill or just need an extra push to achieve your goals, there are loads of Boutique gyms to pick from offering a wide choice of classes all over the city.
With 2018 just around the corner and those optmistic New Year’s resolutions being defined, why not try something different to keep you motivated rather than doing the same dull exercises?
We’ve rounded up some of the Best Boutique studios and clubs in London to give you some inspiration about an unique experience when hitting the gym. From nightclub-inspired spinning classes to yoga, boxing and HIIT sessions full of energy and fun, there are options for every person.
One of the most luxurious clubs in London, Third Space offers great group exercise classes, including cycling, dance and HIIT sessions. Other highlights are strength and conditioning, boxing, hot yoga and swimming classes. This year they also launched a scientific member programme called Out / Set, aimed to address the rise in gym injuries and create a bespoke fitness plan according to each individual.
Third Space have clubs in Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge, Soho and Marylebone and are planning two more openings in 2018, as part of a 5-year expansion plan in London worth £50m. The new branches will be based in Minster Court (City of London) and Islington.
If you are looking for a total body workout, Another_Space is the place to be. They offer yoga, indoor cycling and HIIT sessions in beautifully designed studios and even have attracted some celebrities such as the TV presenter Nick Grimshaw and the actress Millie Mackintosh. The biggest advantage? There is no joining fee or membership contract required: you just buy credits to attend the classes you would like to.
As part of the Third Space Group, you can expect the same high standards in a more intimate and cosy location in Covent Garden.
As the name suggests, Psycle London provides a great experience for spin fans. If you fancy cycling in a nightclub-style atmosphere, don’t miss the chance to try a ride session, which varies from 45 to 90 minutes. All classes can be booked online with no hassle. Pay as you go and choose the studio that suits you best. They have branches in Mortimer Street, Canary Wharf and Shoreditch and also offer barre, HIIT and yoga classes.
Based in Marylebone and created by former GB Olympic athlete, Tim Benjamin, One 10 studio offers two types of cycling experiences: Paceline, a fast paced high intensity, interval sequence designed to give you real world fitness results; and Nirvana, a full-body workout that feels more like a carnival as you immerse yourself in music. Powered by Technogym, both classes feature the latest technology and smart-bikes, inspiring riders to break their fitness boundaries in a fun environment.
Another very popular pay-as-you-go-gym, Core Collective provides a great variety of classes including HIIT training, weightlifting, power yoga, TRX and spin classes. It is located in Kensington and is a very good option if you want to exercise with your friends in stylish and modern facilities. It also features a Time Out award-winning kitchen where you can refuel after an exhausting workout.
While this article does not provide an exhaustive list of the best boutique studios in London, you can see a range of interesting boutique fitness studios from the Zoique App regardless your location. Zoique app has enlisted the best studios in town with the aim of providing personalised recommendations of boutique studio activities based on your tracked wellness data.
So if you are determined to stay motivated and maintain a healthy lifestyle in 2018, you should consider downloading the AI enabled wellness coach – Zoique to discover fitness studio activities personalised to your needs.