Do I have to be a member to take
classes at IPF?
Absolutely not. IPF Membership is definitely the most economical & flexible option that helps you stay consistent by committing each month, but we have other options too.
If you’re new, get the IPF One Month Pass.
Our other options include a one-time drop-in fee, or our 10 or 20 Class Passes.
If you come to two classes a week or more, IPF Membership is definitely the way to go!
I’m new & I’m Terrified! Where do I start?
We know that sometimes the hardest part of starting a new routine is simply coming through our doors. We totally get it, and our friendly and supportive team is here for you! Start with our One Month Trial Pass. It will give you full access to all of our drop-in classes at the studio, online or both! You’ll get a chance to try a variety of classes to find out what feels good in your body. You’ll also get to meet our amazing, friendly and welcoming team and IPF client community.
Our classes are designed to suit all bodies and all levels of fitness with options and modifications given so that you can listen to any issues or injuries you may have and adjust accordingly.
Every BODY is different, and we provide you the opportunity to do what feels right in each and every class.
Need help getting started? I’m here to help! Please email email@example.com
How do i sign up for a class?
Get the IPF App on your mobile phone, tablet or iPad. This is where you can see the current drop-in class schedule, book your classes, and early cancel if you need to.
The IPF App is also where you can watch online classes and replays.
What do I need to bring to a class at IPF?
It depends on the class, but always bring your water bottle and yoga mat. (If you forget your mat, don’t worry, we have loaners.) For fitness classes, be sure to pack your clean, indoor runners. And wear whatever you feel comfortable in that allows you to move freely. Name brand workout gear is not required!
What would you recommend for someone who doesn’t enjoy the gym and hasn’t exercised much?
The great news is, Studio IPF is definitely not a gym! If you’ve had a not so great experience at a gym, you’ll want to check us out. We offer an inclusive, welcoming environment where you are encouraged to listen to your body and do what feels right for you. We love beginners!
Who can do Pilates and Yoga at IPF?
Almost anyone can do our Pilates and Yoga classes and we welcome adults of all ages and stages. Although yoga and Pilates are two different systems and philosophies, both give you amazing health benefits. They both promote mindfulness as you connect to your body through breath. They will help you de-stress, improve your posture, increase flexibility, strengthen your deep core muscles and help you feel great and move better in your everyday activities . If you have health concerns, it’s a good idea to get the advice of your doctor before starting any exercise program.
I’ve done lots of Yoga, do I still need to start with Beginner Pilates?
The short answer to this question is YES! In the beginner level we build the foundation and you’ll learn proper core engagement and Pilates terminology. Starting with the Beginner Level session will ensure your Pilates workouts are not only safe, but also effective.
What classes are designed for strength training?
We are BIG believers in strength training for women through all stages to promote better bone health, heart health, and to improve your quality of life. These classes are specifically designed to help you get strong:
TRX Suspension Training | IPF FIT 45 & Friday FIT | Strength & Core | Pilates | IPF Circuit 30 | Rise & Rock Workouts
I have other questions…can I talk to a real person?
Yes, please do reach out! Call us at 250-703-2673 and leave a message so we can get back to you.
We take your health and wellness seriously and we want you to pick the classes & programs that will work best for you.
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