What You'll Get
$49 for 10 Fitness Classes ($300 Value)
Students receive a Classtivity Passport, which they use to participate in 10 fitness classes, taking one class each at 10 locations. Choose from an assortment of fitness classes at 20 available locations throughout the New York City metro area, such as Jivamukti Yoga School, Dance New Amsterdam, and Just Keep Moving Fitness. At Doonya, participants work up a sweat with the aid of energetic Bollywood beats in cardio dance classes, whereas Revolve’s Rip Ride classes sculpt physiques with a combination of cycling and upper-body exercises.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 10, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Reservations for all classes must be made on Classtivity site at least 24hrs in advance, subject to availability. 24 hour cancellation notice required. Must activate "passport," or take first class, within 60 days of purchase. Customers have 30 days to use passport following activation. Venues participating in the passport subject to change. Passport can only be used at venues you have not attended in the past. Passport can only be used 1 time at a venue. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Instead of setting up shop inside a brick-and-mortar building, Classtivity stretches its fitness-bestowing reach throughout five cities, inviting people to burn calories, tone muscles, or find inner peace—all on their own schedule. Students simply search for the type of class they wish to take, such as yoga, cardio dance, or strength training, along with the time, price range, and location, before booking it online. With hundreds of activities and 20,000 available classes, the right class is always just around the corner. The company even includes classes in artistic pursuits such as guitar and painting. Classtivity’s CEO and founder Payal Kadakia sums up the business’s philosophy succinctly: “Because finding a class shouldn’t be harder than taking one.”