Xponential Fitness has ushered in a new wave of boutique fitness as three of its brands debuted experiences this week on Princess Cruises. Pure Barre, YogaSix and StretchLab fitness classes are now available to guests onboard, with additional brand experiences to follow soon, including Club Pilates, CycleBar and STRIDE Fitness.
Xponential Fitness classes will be complimentary for guests who have purchased all-inclusive packages like Princess Plus and Princess Premier and can also be purchased on an a la carte basis on all Princess ships. XPLUS, Xponential’s digital subscription, will also be streaming across Princess’ more than 23,000 staterooms on Princess’ proprietary digital content platform, OceanView.
“Xponential Fitness has become the leader of boutique fitness on land with over 2,600 brick-and-mortar studios around the globe, and we’ve staked our claim on the digital space with XPLUS and XPASS, so the only place to go next was the high seas,” said Anthony Geisler, Founder and CEO of Xponential Fitness. “The same boutique fitness classes people know and love at their local studios can now be a part of their routine on vacation, even at sea, and we are excited to introduce thousands of new Princess guests to Xponential’s life-changing workouts.”
These onboard Xponential experiences will emulate the premium offerings provided in traditional studio locations and be taught by world-class instructors with specialized training. The Pure Barre, YogaSix, and StretchLab experiences are now available across the fleet of 15 Princess Cruise ships, which sail to the Caribbean, Alaska, Mexico, Europe, the Mediterranean, and Australia, among many other destinations.