ClassPass is coming to Pittsburgh, and you’ll pay $60 for 10 classes

More than 50 cycling, yoga, barre and pilates studios have signed on so far.

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Courtesy of Class Pass
Rossilynne Culgan

Updated, Sept. 7.

If you’ve been waiting to kick those New Year’s fitness resolutions into gear, there’s no time better than September.

Monthly subscription service ClassPass announced Aug. 22 that it’s coming to Pittsburgh and later said it would launch Sept. 12.

“You have the freedom to go to a yoga class and a spin class and a dance class, whatever your fitness interest is,” ClassPass spokesperson Ashley Hennings said.

There’s no sign-up fee, no yearly commitment, and you can cancel or pause at any time, she said.

Added perk: When you travel, ClassPass goes with you. So if you’re in New York City for work, for example, you can update your settings in the app and take a class in the city. ClassPass is currently in 31 U.S. cities and eight international cities.

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Courtesy of ClassPass

Here’s how it works:

  1. Pittsburgh sign-ups are now open. Get on the waiting list to get your ClassPass in September.
  2. Buy a ClassPass (next month).
  3. Search the ClassPass app or website for a class, filtering by location, time of day or type of workout.
  4. Lastly, book the class online and show up.

Here’s what you’ll pay per month in Pittsburgh:

  • $20 for 3 classes
  • $30 for 5 classes
  • $60 for 10 classes

Some examples of who’s signed on so far, per ClassPass:

  • Barre 3 (Canonsburg)
  • Cycletique (Bethel Park)
  • Dragonfly Pilates (Shadyside)
  • Exhale (Downtown)
  • Mecka Fitness (Mt. Lebanon)
  • Meraki Studio (Strip District)
  • Northside Yoga (North Side)
  • Zenergy Cycling (Shadyside)
  • (Interested studios can sign on here.)

“We do a lot of diligent research any time we expand into a new city,” Hennings said. “We’re super excited to be there.”