What are your hours?

Monday – Friday: 5:30am – 10pm

Saturday & Sunday: 8am – 8pm

Where are you located?

225 Yonge Street, at the northeast corner of Yonge & Shuter

How many credits does a class or service cost?

1 credit

It’s my first visit! What do I need to know?

Congrats, we can’t wait to meet you! All you’ll need to bring is workout clothes, runners, and a water bottle (we also sell everything but runners here in case you forget something). Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your first class so we can give you a full tour of the space, get you familiar with the studio(s) you’ll be in, and make sure you’re all set to get your sweat on!

Do I need to bring my own yoga mat, boxing gloves or cycling shoes?

No, we provide all of those for you at no additional cost. All you have to do is show up and get ready to sweat.

How old do I have to be to attend a class?

You can come to class at 15 years old, but you must be accompanied by an adult until you’re 18.

If I arrive late, can I still take a class?

Out of respect for your fellow classmates, we start classes on time and do not allow latecomers. We are firm with this policy because many classes begin with an introduction that includes proper form and technique required to be successful in the class. Your studio time is a gift to yourself – make time for you!

What’s your cancelation policy?

You must cancel class 12 hours in advance or you will lose your credit. This includes switching time slots under the 12-hour notice time period. You can cancel online, or by calling us.

What time do I need to show up for class?

If it’s your first visit, please arrive 30 minutes prior to class. If it’s not your first visit, we ask that you arrive a minimum of 10 minutes before class to make sure you’re all set for doors to open. If you are not checked in 5 minutes prior to class start, we may open your spot to guests on the waitlist. Please give us a call if you’re running late so we can hold your spot.

Do I have to book online or can I just show up?

Booking online is recommended to ensure you secure a spot in class, but walk-ins are welcome.

Can I use my credits to book classes or services for other people?

Yes, feel free to sign up friends for classes or services using your credits! To do this, book two spots in class and then click the dropdown next to the spot you want to give to a friend. Click “Assign to Guest” and enter your friend’s email address. They’ll receive a link to make sure they’re booked in! Note that only 50% of your credits can be used to book for people other than yourself, and your guest will need to create an account to register.

What services and offerings do club credits cover?

Club credits cover all group fitness classes, sauna sessions, Somadome Meditation Pod sessions, and one-on-one consultations with an instructor utilizing an InBody assessment tool. Additional products and services are available for purchase with credit card including massages, facials, retail, café and bar items.

Will I be the only one in the sauna?

Yes. The small sauna is 1 credit to book, and the large sauna costs you 2 credits. It’s up to you how much space you want!

What should I wear in the sauna?

You’re welcome to wear whatever you feel most comfortable in. Common attire includes: swimwear, underwear, and athletic wear. Towels are provided.

If I’m on a monthly membership and I don’t use all of my credits in a given month, do they roll over to the next month?

Any unused credits will not roll over to the next month, but you can use your credits for any class, various services (hint: see question above), and you can use up to 50% of your credits to book classes or services for friends!

Do you accept cash?

No, in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint we are a cashless and paperless facility.

Do you have dedicated parking?

We don’t have dedicated parking, however there are lots of public parking and transit options nearby. We’re just across the street from the Queen St. stop and from Eaton Centre parking garage!

Do you offer corporate rates or private bookings?

Yes, we offer corporate memberships that start with a minimum registration of 10 employees. You can download our corporate wellness brochure on the Tonic House page.

What is HIIT?

HIIT, or High-Intensity Interval Training, is a form of interval training that combines cardiovascular exercise with alternating short periods of intense strength training. At S&T, we use 2 and 3-station training: treadmills, weight & resistance stations, and boxing stations.

Can I use an XL bike in the Ride studio if I am under 6ft tall?

Yes! All of our bikes have adjustable seating, but the XL bikes have a longer range of flexibility to accommodate larger riders. Otherwise, they are exactly the same as the rest of our bikes.

Can I purchase items from nutbar and the bar even if I don’t work out here?

Absolutely – the more the merrier. Come on in!

Do you offer a student discount?

We don’t offer a student discount, however we do have a Sweat Equity program that exchanges part-time employment for club credits. If you’re interested in learning more, send an introduction to hello@sweatandtonic.com.

Are you hiring?

We are always accepting applications for all positions, even if we don’t currently have open spots. Please send and introduction and a bit about what you’re looking for to hello@sweatandtonic.com.