Popular and Luxurious Gym Coming to Mississauga For the First Time Ever
Published March 5, 2019 at 10:10 pm
Mississauga, being a large city that’s home to over 700,000 people, is no slouch when it comes to fitness facilities.
If you want a quick and dirty workout at a discount gym, you’ve got plenty of options. If you want to enjoy a big name gym, the selection is endless. If you want to enjoy a more luxurious workout, you’ve got Lifetime and a host of boutique fitness facilities to visit.
But one thing Mississauga has never had is a Movati Athletic gym, and fortunately for fitness seekers who like a chic facility, that’s about to change.
Movati recently announced that a brand new location will be opening in Mississauga this fall. It will be located on Century Ave. in the 401 and Mississauga Rd. area.
“We’re very excited to be moving into the Mississauga community and can’t wait to open our doors,” Divy Thasarathan, marketing manager, Movati Athletic, told insauga.com in an email.
For those who are unaware, Movati offers Yoga, spinning, cycling, aquatic workouts, lounges and cafes.
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The brand, which recently opened a gym in Burlington, claims its focus is empowerment above all else. It sets itself apart by offering aerial yoga, pools and delicious smoothies. In short, it tries to make fitness fun.
Movati is unique in the sense that it offers customers a little bit of everything. You want straight up cardio? You got it. You prefer yoga? You’ll find it here. Want to relax with a smoothie in a cafe? You worked hard and you deserve it. At a time when people are spending a lot of money on SoulCycle, Barry’s Bootcamp and Lifetime Fitness, a local Movati might be just what the local fitness aficionado has been missing.
Thasarathan says the new location will look very similar to the company’s two newest locations, which can be found in Richmond Hill and Burlington.
The gym is expected to open sometime in fall 2019.
Cover photo courtesy of Movati’s official Facebook page
Editor’s Note: Movati says it no longer offers saltwater pools, but chlorinated ones instead.
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