FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How early should I arrive?
Classes start on time. We recommend arriving 15 minutes early to get settled in and to ensure you don't feel rushed. It's important to allow yourself time to get your bike set up correctly. A staff member will be on hand to assist you and make sure you are comfortable.
What should I wear to class?
It gets hot in the studio! We do have fans but we recommend breathable and moisture-wicking clothes. Form fitting leggings or shorts are best, (so they don't interfere with pedals). The studio provides free towels and bottled water is available for purchase.
Do I need special shoes?
Yes! You may bring your own SPD-cleat shoes or borrow a pair of ours. The price of your class includes shoe rental! Spin shoes create a better, more connected ride.
What is the cancellation/no-show policy?
All reservations must be cancelled 8 hours prior to start of your class time or your account will be charged a $12 fee. In the event of a no show your account will be charged $12. If you booked the class with a pre-set amount of classes, the class will be consumed.
Should I eat before class?
We recommend a snack 45-60 minutes before class and something easy to digest.
Slice of whole grain toast
And it's VERY important to fuel after class! Eat a healthy meal and drink plenty of water!
What are the benefits of taking a spin class? Why should I participate?
It's incredibly fun and makes your spirit come alive! You'll get lost in the music and your energy flows. You sweat and can burn anywhere from 500-800 calories in a 60 min class.
It strengthens heart and lungs.
It increases muscle tone in the lower body.
It decreases stress and anxiety levels, resulting in better sleep.
It increases bone density.
It improves cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
It increases energy levels.
It is easy to learn.
It is highly individualized.
What does "All bodies are good bodies" mean?
Your body is your home! It is strong and it perseveres. It should be celebrated! Everybody and every body is welcome.
What if I can't keep up with the instructors?
Go at your own pace – you have complete control over your resistance. Push yourself but don't feel like you have to keep up with the moves and resistance of the instructor or the person next to you. It's all about relativity and being in tune with YOUR body! Don't forget to smile and enjoy your hard work