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Luxury fitness brand opens pay-as-you-go studio

The team behind high-end fitness and wellbeing club KX has opened a pay-as-you-go boutique studio in Chelsea, London.

KXU three-floor club, which covers 7,500sq ft (697sq ), has been designed by Stiff and Trevillion Architects and interior designer Peter Mikic. It features three exercise studios offering “strength, stretch and cardio” fitness sessions that are described as “high-octane entertainment-led signature sessions”.

Strength classes include HIIT and run, meta KX, the games, nok out and TRX, while stretch sessions consist of barre and a variety of yoga classes. Cardio sessions includes u-cycle.

Each week, more than 80 classes are available to users, costing £24 (US$32.2, €27.4) per session, with class packages also available.

The club also consists of a five-room beauty and wellness clinic, offering exercise recovery and massage, whole body cryotherapy chamber, infra-red sauna and sports clinic. The club’s café sells a variety of healthy food and drink.

KX, a private members’ club in Chelsea, costs £575 (US$770, €657) per month.

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The team behind high-end fitness and wellbeing club KX has opened a pay-as-you-go boutique studio in Chelsea, London.
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KXU three-floor club, which covers 7,500sq ft (697sq ), has been designed by Stiff and Trevillion Architects and interior designer Peter Mikic. It features three exercise studios offering “strength, stretch and cardio” fitness sessions that are described as “high-octane entertainment-led signature sessions”.

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Each week, more than 80 classes are available to users, costing £24 (US$32.2, €27.4) per session, with class packages also available.

The club also consists of a five-room beauty and wellness clinic, offering exercise recovery and massage, whole body cryotherapy chamber, infra-red sauna and sports clinic. The club’s café sells a variety of healthy food and drink.

KX, a private members’ club in Chelsea, costs £575 (US$770, €657) per month.

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