Class Levels

    All classes can accommodate first-time visitors. However, we do ask that first-time visitors to the gym arrive 15 minutes early to class in order to get set up properly and meet the instructor. For more information on class types and structure, see our JSF Class Matrix.


    How do I sign up for classes?

    You can sign up for classes up to one day before. Sign up via the website or with our app (search Jamie Scott Fitness in the app store). You can also walk-in for classes, but note that classes do fill up so we recommend you do call first to make sure there is space.


    How early should I show up?

    We recommend first time visitors arrive at least 15 minutes early. We recommend everyone try to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to class as all classes do start on time.


    What do I need to bring?

    We supply towels and we sell water at the studio. You will need to bring a mat if applicable for the class. Our bikes do not require that you have cycle shoes, but cycle shoes are highly recommended.


    How much does a class cost?

    Class prices vary based on the membership option or package you choose. We offer options that work for everyone. Please visit our memberships page or call the studio for more information.


    How late can I enter a class?

    We understand that unexpected events happen, please always call the desk if you are running late. To respect the integrity of the class, we do not allow participants in the studio more than 5 minutes past the start of class.


    What if I need to cancel a class?

    If you need to cancel your reservation, you will need to do so 6 hours prior to the class to avoid late fees.


    What if I have an injury?

    We recommend checking with your doctor to see what exercises/activities are advisable given your injury. Once you have clearance, give the studio a call and speak with the manager to determine which classes are right for you.


    I am pregnant; can I still take a class?

    We have plenty of expectant mothers who love our classes! As a rule of thumb, we always recommend checking with your physician before any workout.