6 Outdoor Workout Classes With Stunning Views You Can Book In Toronto This Summer

From rooftop to waterside, these spots are gorgeous!

Toronto Staff Writer
6 Outdoor Workout Classes With a View In Toronto

Sweating it out with any outdoor workout class is a great way to get your body moving, but doing it with a view may take your mind off the burn.

These six spots have outdoor workouts with incredible locations, from city streets to beaches and rooftops.

Sweat and Tonic: Sweat on the Roof

Price: $27 per class

When: Monday to Sunday

Address: 225 Yonge St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can take a HIIT class, yoga class or spin class overlooking Yonge-Dundas square on the Eaton Centre Rooftop.

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Torq Ride

Price: $24 per class

When: Monday to Sunday

Address: 536 Eastern Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need to go: You can take a (stagnant) ride in an industrial alley with exposed brick, overhead twinkle lights, and Leslieville right in front of you.

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Fit Squad: Rooftop Gym

Price: $35 per class, $20 for open gym drop-in

When: Monday to Saturday for open gym. (Group classes vary.)

Address: 111 Peter St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need to go: If you miss gyms being open and working out on your own, you can book some time to work out on a fully-equipped rooftop or opt for one of their group classes.

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F45 The Beach

Price: $25 per class

When: Cardio classes on Wednesday; resistance classes on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday; hybrid classes on Monday, Friday, and Saturday.

Address: 1783 Queen St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need to go: You can work out right by the water with a view of the boardwalk on Woodbine Beach.

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Loft Cycle Club: Pilates and Barre Classes

Price: $25 per class (first class is $10)

When: Monday to Sunday

Address: 452 Danforth Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need to go: The Carrot Common Green roof location is a gorgeous rooftop deck surrounded by nature.

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Breathe Yoga & Wellness Centre

Price: $20 per class

When: Monday to Sunday

Address: High Park (exact location provided upon purchase)

Why You Need to go: You can relax with a vinyasa flow in person at High Park or Vine Avenue Park with natural views.

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