EXERCISE CLASS PRICING
- Unlimited classes
- $105 per month ACH
- Cancel with a 30 day written notice
- Option to freeze: $15/month for up to 6 months, one time per year
- Includes 2 waived No Show Fees per month
- $99 one-time registration fee
One Week Pass: $50
Single Month: $149
1 Class Drop In: $20
5 Pack: $75 ($15/class) 2 month expiration
12 Pack: $168 ($14/class) 4 month expiration
25 Pack: $325 ($13/class) 6 month expiration
Class packages include all exercise classes, including Barre, Pilates Mat, Zumba, Tabata, BODYPUMP, BodyShaping, Restorative Stretch, Nia, Small Ball Release, Aerial, Piloxing, cycling classes, and virtual classes.
If you’re an eligible BlueCross and BlueShield of Minnesota member you can get up to a $20 credit toward your monthly health club dues. All you have to do is exercise 12 or more days per month. Not all Blue Cross plans include the fitness discounts benefit. If you have PreferredOne, HealthPartners, UnitedHealthcare, or UCare, you might be eligible for fitness rewards as well. Click Here for more info.
**Some employer’s plans may be eight visits per month. BlueCross and BlueShield of Minnesota is an independent licensee of the BlueCross and BlueShield Association.
I recall my very first visit to Studio TimeOut. I remember going in feeling apprehensive, out of shape and that I didn’t belong when in reality, it was exactly the right place to be. Not only was the staff and mgt of Studio TimeOut friendly but really went out of their way to make you feel welcome. Regardless of your current physical shape, they meet you where you’re at and all instructors have options in their classes for you to chose your own intensity. My second visit was 2 days later and I realized that I was on my journey to getting my old self back, but the story doesn’t stop there. Over the years I have grown so much with my health, knowledge in nutrition and the importance of nutrition, detoxing, cooking that has helped me gain huge health results (and friends) since my first day. I’m so glad I gave Studio TimeOut a try, the hardest part was getting myself inside their door the first time but I have benefited beyond my expectations ever since. – Stuart Shukei