2. The Studio
The studio is an intimate place to gather and explore new ways of living, thinking and being healthy. Their schedule includes a unique blend of daily yoga classes as well as conscious living discussions—stretching the mind and body to new heights.
The studio is owned by Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau, she is the host of the syndicated talk radio show, The Kathleen Show and the writer/director of the feature film “Side Effects” starring Katherine Heigl. She has been featured by media outlets worldwide including The New York Times, USA Today, CNN, The Economist, Oprah Radio, Oprah Magazine and many more.
Membership rates for members include a Trial Membership Offer: 2 Weeks Unlimited, two weeks of unlimited classes for $30. (Only valid for Dane Co. residents or students with a Wisconsin student ID).
Their monthly membership is $119/Month for unlimited classes, Initial private yoga consult (15 minutes), 6 month minimum commitment. Cancel any time after that with 30 days notice.
They also have class rates for clients not willing to commit to a long term membership contract or for those who have travelled to the city on business or vacation, these rates are;
10 Class Pass-$170 ($17/class)
20 Class Pass-$300 ($15/class)
3 Month Unlimited Pass – 399
operating hours for The Studio runs from Monday-Thursday: 6:00am-9:00pm, Fridays: 6:00am-8:00pm, Saturdays: 8:00am-5:00pm and on Sundays: 8:00am-8:15pm
The studio has two different locations in madison, one is located at 625 Williamson Street Madison, WI 53703 you can also Call or text (608)441-5310, while the other is located at the South West located in 701 N. High Point Road Madison, WI 53717, One block east of the Old Sauk Road Exit.
You can also visit their website www.thestudiomadison.com to get more info about the fitness center.
Stacie from Waunakee said she loves all the class options, especially TRX, which isn’t offered in too many other places in town. They have so many class times too, so you can always work yoga into your schedule. They also have two locations so she can go no matter what side of town she’s on. And she would have wished it was less expensive.