Three Popular Fitness Studios Are Opening in Rittenhouse This Fall

Three Popular Fitness Studios Are Opening in Rittenhouse This Fall


Club Pilates, YogaSix, and StretchLab are set to open only one block aside within the coming months.

YogaSix is considered one of three health manufacturers opening studios in Rittenhouse by the top of 2022. / Photograph courtesy of YogaSix Main Line.

There’s so much to get enthusiastic about within the close to future: apple picking, fall fests, wellness retreats, seasonal-inspired food trips, a 20-mile, car-free bike ride. As if that every one isn’t sufficient, three in style health manufacturers can be opening studios within the coronary heart of Rittenhouse throughout the subsequent three months. Below, discover the newest particulars.

Club Pilates

1616 Walnut Street

Club Pilates, the reformer Pilates studio that launched in 2007 and commenced franchising in 2012, can be opening its first Philly-based studio in a 2,200-square-foot area within the Icon constructing at 1616 Walnut Street.

Trudy Parker, proprietor of Club Pilates Rittenhouse Square, says she found Club Pilates in late 2020, when she was searching for some type of train to alleviate stress. She tried a category on the Princeton, New Jersey location and immediately fell in love — she turned a member on the spot. “I’ve accomplished over 500 courses since becoming a member of and realized that this can be a reward I want to share with others. I’m stronger and really feel extra assured in my physique,” she says.

Parker was introduced with a possibility to open a studio in Rittenhouse, which she pursued. It’s scheduled to open “late November/early December,” she instructed us.

Club Pilates affords 9 completely different reformer Pilates courses, together with a 30-minute free intro class, high-energy cardio sculpt, apparatus-assisted stretching, and a Pilates-TRX combo. Club Pilates has outposts throughout the ‘burbs — in Conshohocken, Jenkintown, Collegeville, Exton, Doylestown, Newtown, Kennett Square, Springhouse, and Frazer.


1701 Walnut Street, fifth flooring

Founded in 2012, YogaSix affords full-sensory yoga courses, that means each apply targets both power, stability, flexibility, or agility; is accessible for all ranges of yogis, has signature cushioned flooring, and incorporates moody lighting and calming scents. All courses — irrespective of in case you’re taking sluggish circulate, energy or sculpt — are Vinyasa-based and heated.

YogaSix is coming to Rittenhouse “late fall,” says co-owner Dawn Mohr. The studio is almost 3,000-square-feet, and positioned on the fifth flooring of the Allman Building at 1701 Walnut Street.

“I started my yoga journey in Rittenhouse and felt pushed to carry this distinctive yoga expertise to Philadelphia,” Mohr says. She and fellow co-owner Robert DiTirro “sit up for sharing this wonderful new format of apply and enhancing the Rittenhouse group by YogaSix.”

YogaSix’s different Philly-area franchise areas embody Wayne, Collegeville, Doylestown, and Marlton, New Jersey. Studios in Glen Mills and Newtown are soon-to-come.


1616 Walnut Street

Founded in 2015 in Venice, California, StretchLab is a boutique health and wellness model that provides assisted stretching. Sessions are provided in each one-on-one and small-group codecs, and are led by skilled and authorized flexologists.

StretchLab started franchising in 2018, and now has at least 200 studios throughout the globe — with extra to come back. One of these future studios can be positioned in Rittenhouse (in the identical constructing as Club Pilates!), and can mark StretchLab’s first footprint within the metropolis correct.

We reached out to the StretchLab Rittenhouse workforce a number of instances, however sadly didn’t hear again. (Womp womp.) But! We do know from their Instagram that they’ve been in a soft-opening mode since September sixth. That means they’re internet hosting 15-minute demo stretch classes at their Rittenhouse studio. You can ebook yours here — demos are being held Tuesdays from 3 to 7:45 p.m., Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Word on the street is that they’re aiming to formally open by December.

StretchLab’s different Philly-area areas embody Conshohocken, Collegeville, Marlton, New Jersey, and a soon-to-come studio in Newtown.

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