We offer a variety of fitness classes that appeal to every type of person, whether they're a beginner or a fitness enthusiast. In addition to our regular exercise studio, you can find cycling and yoga studios at many of our locations.
Virtual fitness is now available across Canada. Classes are held in the respective studio (Group Fitness or Cycling studio) via a projector and screen during off-peak hours. The goal of Virtual Fitness is to give members the opportunity to try Group Fitness classes when live classes are not scheduled.
** Once you submit your request, GoodLife will contact you to schedule an appointment for a Club tour. Visitors must be of the age of majority in the province in which the Club is located (unless accompanied by their parent or legal guardian) and may only attend during staffed Club hours. Non-transferable. No cash value. To redeem your free workout, on completion of the Club tour, a GoodLife Associate will book you in for a free workout session, which must occur within 1 week of the Club tour. A guest liability waiver will need to be signed upon arriving for your free workout. Other conditions may apply. Visit goodlifefitness.com or call one of our Clubs for details and for hours of operation. *** Limit one pass per person. Each pass permits one (1) visit to a Club. Pass only valid for Non-Members who have not been a Member of GoodLife Fitness in the last 3 months. Each person can use a pass every 3 months. Pass valid for the days in which the tour and workout is booked, and may only be used and activated during staffed Club hours. Pass bookings are subject to availability based on capacity restrictions. Visitor must be of the age of majority in the province in which the Club is located (unless accompanied by their parent or legal guardian). Visitors will also be required to abide by the provincial requirements, if any, in place at the time, in order to access our Clubs. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Non-transferable. No cash value. Other conditions may apply. Visit goodlifefitness.com or a participating Club for details and for hours of operation. Photo taken does not represent The GoodLife Standard safety protocols we have put in place in our Clubs.
As of 12:01 am on July 16, gyms, fitness classes, and personal training will be permitted to operate at 50% capacity. Masks in indoor public settings and physical distancing requirements will remain in place throughout Step 3.
My review is to educate other mothers who use the child minding -steer clear- if your child is not old enough to have a voice do not even consider using them as an option. I am specifically talking about the coxwell and gerrard location. One staff member had a chip on her shoulder annoyed at the crying baby she was with that wouldn't settle down, I asked why don't you go get her mother and she said we can't she is an instructor here. I told her if my baby cries like that get me immediately. I stayed for 10 min to see how my 5 month old would adjust in the circle of neglect and since she was as happy as a clam playing by herself I went for a workout. I popped my head in 20 min later to let them know I would be in an office speaking with a sales person , should they need me and couldn't see me in the cardio area. At that point my daughter was still doing well in the exercauser and had a few little boys surrounding her. I come to pick her up 10 min later and she was being tossed into the swing with tears streaming down her face and was wailing. I have only seen tears one other time on my childs face, clearly the other little boys were being too rough with her and she was not being supervised. Sometimes accidents happen by why was I not notified, she took the time to walk to the back of the room to plop her in a swing it would have been the same distance to walk to where the offices were. Bottom line don't use their child mining. Otherwise the gym is great, especially the selection of classes is incredible!
Goodlife fitness is a legit gym where you can go work out, or do some classes like yoga, body pump, etc. I do think the contracts they set up is annoying, like how you have to pay a cancellation fee if you were to cancel within a year, etc. but that's standard. I find that the facility is pretty good and the workout equipments are relatively new and decent. I would complain though, that the one in Toronto I used to (Woodbine and Steeles) would ALWAYS play the food network on the big screen tv's?!?!?! What is up with that? I honestly don't enjoy doing cardio while salivating at the steak on the screen. It's like they're trying to torture us! 2b1af7f3a8