The upcoming location boasts over 205 classes per week and features state-of-the-art studios powered by Technogym
Sweat and Tonic, a boutique fitness and wellness club offering a variety of group classes, is opening a second location this fall at The Well, located in the west end of downtown Toronto.
The boutique fitness and wellness hub’s upcoming location follows its first international sister location, Silver Springs, a heated HIIT, yoga and Pilates studio in Los Angeles’ West Hollywood neighborhood that opened this year.
Sweat and Tonic, launched in 2019 in Toronto, offers weekly group fitness classes such as HIIT, ride, yoga and pilates. The upcoming 25,000-square-foot location promises even more space and offerings, such as a boutique recovery hub for a unique fitness and wellness experience.
“Sweat and Tonic was created with the vision to bridge the gap between home and office for those who prioritize health, fitness, and community,” said David Ingram, founder of Sweat and Tonic. “The unparalleled range of classes and carefully curated group fitness programming led by exceptional instructors, to the restorative services and high-tech biohacking amenities, every aspect of our operation has been designed to deliver a best-in-class experience while meeting our guests wherever they are in their wellness journey.”
Ingram added that over the last three years, Sweat and Tonic has learned what’s important to guests of its club and what health and wellness truly means. He reports demand at Sweat and Tonic’s first location has surpassed expectations.
Sweat and Tonic’s fitness and health center concept comes as boutique experiences are in high demand, offering a one-stop shop for wellness seekers. Now, the upcoming location will be even bigger than the first.
“We’re so excited to expand to a larger space that will offer not only greater class studio capacity, but also deliver the recovery services and high-tech wellness amenities that our guests are seeking,” Ingram said.
Fitness & More Powered by Technogym
The new Sweat and Tonic location will be at Front St. and Spadina Ave., offering a HIIT studio powered by Technogym. The ride studio will blend music festivals with indoor cycling, again featuring Technogym’s group cycle ride bikes, light shows synced with a sound system and live DJ podiums.
The yoga studio, infrared-heated, will offer an immersive yoga experience with a 445-inch projection screen and light and sound systems. The space will hold Vinyasa yoga, Pilates, hot HIIT, candlelit meditation, sound bowl, reiki and restorative classes. For an extra special treat, the yoga studio provides a fantastic view of the CN Tower and the waterfront with floor-to-ceiling windows.
In addition to a diverse range of over 205 weekly classes, personal training programs will also be available in a dedicated space and lap pool.
For those ready to take a break, Sweat and Tonic’s spa and recovery hub will offer traditional recovery services as well as bio-hacking technology, a patio, a pool deck with a saltwater lap pool, cold shower plunges, hydrotherapy and traditional and infrared heat saunas.
As a nod to many fitness enthusiasts looking to socialize, Sweat and Tonic offers an exclusive member lounge, Tonic House, a co-working space and multi-functional event venue. The space is meant to inspire wellness enthusiasts to gather, innovate and unwind with its bookable private meeting rooms, all-season patio and even a cocktail bar offering healthy snacks. Tonic House also offers catering options for private events.
Sweat and Tonic’s exclusive Phase 1 pre-opening sale for memberships and credits at The Well starts Friday, July 28, at 9 a.m. EST.
Courtney Rehfeldt has worked in the broadcasting media industry since 2007 and has freelanced since 2012. Her work has been featured in Age of Awareness, Times Beacon Record, The New York Times, and she has an upcoming piece in Slate. She studied yoga & meditation under Beryl Bender Birch at The Hard & The Soft Yoga Institute. She enjoys hiking, being outdoors, and is an avid reader. Courtney has a BA in Media & Communications studies.