From a modern hot/cold-therapy hub to a sleek fitness mecca to an intense Pilates workout, there are three new players on Toronto’s wellness scene.
Most suffer through a few dispirited runs before packing it in until the following year. But if you’re one of the few who have maintained their fitness resolutions through the 30-day mark, chances are you’ve caught the run bug.
Combining the wellness properties of hot spring water and Japanese shiatsu, this zero gravity massage is growing in popularity.
Of all the health benefits of boxing—strength, endurance, muscle growth—perhaps the most alluring is the catharsis of being able to punch the hell out of something.
Fitness trends come and go with the seasons, and spinning—stationary indoor cycling—has steadily been gaining popularity amongst busy professionals, students, and fitness enthusiasts. It’s easy to see why: spinning classes are like gym session–rave hybrids.
A new method of self-massage that treats the body’s connective tissue, so that gentle attention to one area can benefit the whole system.
A look at some of the more “exclusive”—one-of-a-kind, luxury, intensive—exercise classes dominating the Vancouver scene at the moment.
Sum of Us is a stylish wellness facility, taking the practice of holistic health to a whole new frontier.