Hold onto your gym towels, folks, because there’s a new player in town, and it’s not your average treadmill haven. Welcome to Studio FIX, the latest addition to London’s fitness scene, found on South Kensington High Street. But before you roll your eyes and mutter, “Not another gym,” let us assure you – this one’s different.

Studio FIX isn’t your run-of-the-mill gym – it’s a fitness fiesta, boasting three studios packed to the rafters with six unique class concepts. From the much-hyped Lagree Megaformer (straight outta LA, no less) to the tried-and-tested Paola’s Body Barre, there’s something for everyone, whether you’re a fitness fanatic or a newbie in need of some motivation.

But what sets Studio FIX apart from the sweaty competition? Well, besides the fact that it’s probably the fanciest gym you’ll ever step foot in, it’s got a team of trainers handpicked from the crème de la crème of London’s fitness scene.

Studio FIX isn’t just about pumping iron and counting calories – it’s about inclusivity. Founder Najeeb Abunahl knows a thing or two about overcoming obstacles, having battled his way back from a quad biking accident that left him temporarily wheelchair-bound. That’s why Studio FIX is all about adaptive training, ensuring that everyone, regardless of ability, can get in on the action.

Lace-up those trainers, grab your water bottle, and get ready to sweat because Studio FIX is here to fix you up, one workout at a time.

Classes vary between 45 minutes and 60 minutes depending on the class, with pay-as-you-go pricing from £25 per class, class packs from £120, and membership packages available to buy from £220.

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