Sweat and Tonic Announces Third Location in Toronto’s Yorkville District

Sweat and Tonic Announces Third Location in Toronto’s Yorkville District

Sweat and Tonic has announced plans for its third location in Toronto’s prestigious Yorkville neighbourhood. Set in the new 11 Yorkville mixed-use development, Sweat and Tonic will be amongst 24,000 square feet of retail space developed by RioCan Living, Metropia and Capital Developments that’s set within the luxury shopping and dining district.


“Sweat and Tonic was conceptualized in 2017 to bring the highest quality of group fitness to Canada with Yorkville as the preferred location. We have looked at many spaces over the ensuing years as we maintained a discipline to be selective, and so it’s with great pride we can finally announce another partnership with RioCan to make 11 Yorkville our third home in Toronto,” said David Ingram, Founder of Sweat and Tonic.


“Our first location at Yonge and Shuter St opened in November 2019 and, despite the impact of COVID-19, it has surpassed all expectations. Our second location at The Well™ has already exceeded record attendance rates. We are truly grateful to both communities for their overwhelming support and remain optimistic and excited for this next phase of our evolution in one of the city’s most iconic neighborhoods.”


This announcement comes three months after the opening of Sweat and Tonic’s second location at The Well in Toronto. The 25,000 square foot fitness and wellness space includes the “largest indoor cycling studio in Canada,” immersive environment Yoga and cycling classes, a state-of-the-art High-Intensity-Interval-Training (HIIT) Studio, personal training services, a member’s only lounge and coworking space, event space, cafe, bar, patio, and a new wellness and recovery hub opening this spring. The wellness and recovery hub will feature biohacking, high-touch, and aqua therapy treatments to support guests’ fitness, wellness and lifestyle goals.


“RioCan is thrilled to expand our partnership with Sweat and Tonic by introducing their second location within our portfolio at 11YV. Following their successful launch at The Well in 2023, we are eager to extend Toronto’s premium boutique fitness and wellness experience to one of Canada’s most exclusive shopping and dining districts,” said Oliver Harrison, Senior Vice President, Leasing and Tenant Experience at RioCan.


Sweat and Tonic will occupy an entire floor of the 11YV tower and will feature 18,000 square feet of fitness and lifestyle amenities. With 200+ classes led weekly by Toronto’s top trainers, guests and residents will have a plethora of offerings to support their fitness and lifestyle goals. Social spaces will allow community connection, the sharing of ideas, and a place to see and be seen.


“Drawing from the distinct characteristics and history of the Yorkville neighbourhood, the design will be classically inspired with modern, energizing, and playful reflections throughout, offering a curated, luxury aesthetic with guest experience at the forefront,” said Morgan Thomas, Chief Brand Officer of Sweat and Tonic. “As we plan the design of our spaces in collaboration with exceptional partners, we’re finding opportunities to elevate the guest experience at every turn. The space speaks to the distinction and prestige of the neighbourhood, while keeping community, technology, innovation, and hospitality top-of-mind. From our top-of-the-line fitness equipment, AV, and lighting systems, to our complimentary amenities including yoga mats, towels, cycling shoes, and fully-stocked changerooms, to our flexible access options that are price-protected and free from annual contracts, we want the guest journey to be uncomplicated. The moment you step through our doors, we want you to feel cared for, and we’ve removed all of the traditional industry friction so you can come and sweat it out just as you are.”

For more information visit sweatandtonic.com

(source: Sweat and Tonic)

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