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Sanctuary 7

Map & Directions 1700 SW 3rd Ave.
Miami, FL 33129


Miami New Times' Description

Standard gyms are so, well, standard. Your typical weight room, generic cardio equipment and ho-hum fitness classes. But at Sanctuary 7, you'll find serious pilates and intense spinning the likes of which your local 24 Hour Fitness can't touch. This boutique gym just off Brickell will kick your ass and keep you smiling all the while. From reformers to suspension pilates to their mirror-lined spin room, they've got a nice mix of options for fitness fanatics. Plus, there are showers on site so you've got no excuses to go before work, after work or on the weekends. Just do it. Your rockin' bod will thank you.

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  • Miami New Times on 07/12/13

    Best of Miami 2013- Best Gym: Sanctuary 7. Whether you sign up for a class last minute or just came to work out by yourself, nobody is judging you, everyone is here to do their thing.

  • Liza W. on 12/27/11

    They're always late in opening up for 7am Spinning....not that I really mind....

  • ChatChowTV G. on 01/18/14

    Saturdays with Shawn at 10:30am. Nuff 'Said

  • Lauren M. on 03/10/12

    All classes seem to start late, but only 5 - 10 min. Seems to be Miami style... Love Saturday am spin. Great instructor, great music.

  • Lauren L. on 10/05/10

    best pilates on the planet - get a wheatgrass & veggie juice after class

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