As more COVID–19 cases arise across the nation, everything is closing one by one, and now fitness centers in Indianapolis are taking extra precautions to help limit public exposure to the virus. YMCA, Planet Fitness, Orangetheory Fitness, and other local studios are taking to social media to inform gym-goers how they plan to stay open or share that they are temporarily closing.
Here’s a list of fitness studios and gyms in the area that has announced closings or adjusted schedules due to the coronavirus:
- VASA Fitness announced the closure of all 45 of its clubs effective Tuesday, March 17, at noon to ensure the safety of all staff and members. Learn more by clicking here.
- F45 Training Downtown Indy shared via Instagram that they will close March 17, until further notice.
- Yoga Fire Studios temporarily closed, and now offering online classes, you can sign up via the MINDBODY App.
- The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis locations will be closed from March 17 – April 5.
- Invoke Studio will close the studio starting Tuesday, March 17, and will offer FREE classes and meditation sessions on their Facebook page.
- Shred415 has temporarily closed all studios in Indy, and all memberships will be suspended while closed.
- Cyclebar Fishers shared via Instagram they will temporarily close the studio through March 31. All memberships will be frozen/suspended through March 30, dates flexible, and packages/credits/drafts extended for two weeks.
- Practice Indie Yoga has closed their studio until March 31. Daily videos will be uploaded to YouTube for the public, and online classes via Zoom will be offered for current members.
- Breathing Space Yoga is temporarily closed and will offer classes online; visit www.breathingspace.yoga/schedule to learn more.
- Orangetheroey has suspended partner workouts until further notice and waive cancel class fees.
- Incycle Indy will temporarily cancel all classes starting today.
- Purre Barre Noblesville will decrease class size and offer free online classes.
- The Barre Code Downtown Indy will suspend all live classes and offer on-demand classes.
- Danceworks Indy will temporarily suspend all in-studio operations, effective Tuesday, 3/17, and extending through the end of March. All unlimited memberships will be paused and class-packs will be extended.
- Fit Flex Fly scaled-down classes to 20 people and will no longer offer mat rental.
- Kompose Yoga will reduce capacity classes down by 50%, and waiving cancel fees.
- Just Ride Indy shared via Instagram they will close its studio through March 31st, and all monthly memberships will be on hold with no fee, and class package expiration dates will be extended.
- LA Fitness closes until at least April 1, in a statement posted on the website, the company said they would spend the downtime cleaning and maintaining each club. Memberships will also be extended to cover the closure.
- Haven Yoga Studio has temporarily canceled all in-person classes, events, and workshops until further notice. Click here for information on their new online class offerings and more.
While going to a workout class is certainly not an “essential” activity, for many people working out is a form of stress-relief, while keeping you healthy, two essential things you need right now. The good news is that several local studios are offering free online classes so you can continue your workout routine in the safety of your own home.
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We will update this article as we learn more studio and gyms closings.
Updated as of March 17, 11 AM.