For years, boutique fitness studios have been the new black. From Barry’s Bootcamp and Lagree Studios to SoulCycle and F45, these smaller, niche—and often luxury—fitness brands have been popping up everywhere, and inspiring cult-like followings of loyal exercisers.
Well, there’s a new kid on the block delivering all of your health and fitness needs, literally under one roof.
Stop by Sweat and Tonic for a workout, spa service, or even a drink. This unique new concept fitness centre has everything you need for a fun day out with a friend.
Toronto’s recently opened Sweat and Tonic—a three-storey fitness emporium equipped with boxing, spinning and yoga studios, as well a communal workspace and bar—also offers 20-minute meditation sessions in a state-of-the-art relaxation pod.
Unveiled in 2019, Yonge Street’s Sweat and Tonic is a complete wellness destination. A stunning and refined multi-level facility designed for both sweat and social, you’ll find a HIIT, yoga, and cycle studio, as well as two community lounges, a nutbar cafe, a cocktail bar, a members-only social and work space, meditation pods, infrared saunas, and fully-stocked locker rooms. What more could you ask for?
If you’re into working out and indulging in the occasional beverage, then this Toronto gym might be the spot for you. The city just got a new facility that is the ultimate place to live your healthiest life. Sweat and Tonic in Toronto offers a unique gym experience, where you can workout and sip on some delicious cocktails all in the same location.
Sweat and Tonic is a three-storey wellness space that combines three workout studios, a co-working space, a cafe, and spa under one roof.
The 16,000-square-foot space, located on the corner of Yonge and Shuter, was three years in the making and incorporates all of Toronto’s fitness addictions: yoga, meditation, spin, and HIIT boxing.
So, you’ve finally found the sweatiest HIIT class, the most zen yoga flow, and powerhouse cycle studio. There are so many places in Toronto offering top-quality workouts, it’s not hard to do.
The problem comes in when you’re spending your precious time running all around the city just to get to your favourite sweat spots while trying to balance a healthy social life to boot. But, that’s all about to change.
A newly launched boutique fitness concept has officially opened in downtown Toronto. Located at 225 Yonge Street, on the corner of Yonge and Shuter, Sweat & Tonic is the city’s newest hotspot for fitness enthusiasts at a time when other concepts are also expanding in the city.
Encompassing 16,000 square feet in a historic three-storey facility steps from the CF Toronto Eaton Centre – North America’s busiest mall – Sweat & Tonic positions itself as a state-of-the-art, world-class boutique fitness and wellness hub.
David Ingram, CEO of financial services company Goeasy, is a fitness zealot. His ideal workout is a combination of high intensity interval training (HIIT), spin and yoga, which meant he often found himself jumping around town between his favourite workouts. So he decided to bring all his favourite studios and trainers together. His new studio, Sweat and Tonic, is a millennial twist on the old-fashioned racquet club, with several boutique fitness trends—hot yoga, HIIT workouts, box fit and spinning—under the same roof, as well as super-food café, a meditation pod, cocktail lounge and co-working spaces. Here’s a peek inside.
If you have a gym membership, you probably feel guilty for wanting to try different classes. That’s why Sweat and Tonic needs to be on your fitness hit list. This new space just opened across from the CF Toronto Eaton Centre and it features a spin studio, hot room, and a HIIT room. S&T offers more than just fitness classes, too. Visit the Nutbar cafe for a snack or post-workout smoothie and even indulge in some self-care at the spa for a massage!
Picture this: A place where you can run, box, weight-train, spin, and do yoga, all under one roof, and also have a healthy bite to eat, get a facial, engage in a private meditation session, hang out with friends, shoot off a few emails, and get ready après-sweat for wherever else your day may take you (should there be any more time left in your day). What you should be picturing is Sweat and Tonic, Toronto’s new (and first) wellness hub.