Studio Three choreographers teach host Val Warner moves from Beyoncé’s Single Ladies music video in anticipation of Valentine’s Day workshop.
Hosts Jeanne Sparrow and Melissa Forman learn Beyoncé’s Single Ladies dance from Studio Three Valentine’s Day workshop.
Host Ana Belaval visits Studio Three and experiences all three fitness disciplines during the “Around Town” segment.
First of Its Kind Tri-Level Fitness Studio Unites Top-Tier Instruction with a Revolutionary Community-Based Experience.
Dude-friendly workout, less culty than other spin classes in town and super hi-tech.
Studio Three (648 N. Clark), as the name suggests, combines three completely different studios in one building, allowing clients to experience a variety of workout styles while keeping their membership in one location.
Teaching the classes, you’ll find an all-star line-up of instructors who have relocated from other big-name gyms to help build the Studio Three Chicago community.
…big things are happening on Chicago's fitness scene.
Instead of focusing on just one specific type of exercise, as boutique gyms generally do, Studio Three Revolution will feature a different discipline on each of its three floors.
With classes in yoga, indoor cycling and interval training, the spot offers plenty of variety. Oh, and a juice bar.
Studio Three is a culmination of peeling the layers behind a number of fitness centers across the country to unveil a niche that had yet to be exposed.
Each instructor is such an expert in their field that after every class I felt like I really and truly got what I came for, and more.
648 N Clark StreetChicago, IL 60654 (Directions)
2401 N HALSTED STChicago, IL 60614 (Directions)
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