Our doors opened in 2014. But our story really started sometime in the early 2000s. Kate Moore, creator of getFIT615, spent a lifetime trying to lose 10lbs. From a young age, Kate had a disordered relationship with her body, food, and movement - always on a diet, always trying out some new pill and some new “fitness” routine. Now, she attributes this way of thinking to fat-phobia and diet-culture. In 2014, she opened getFIT615 because she wanted to create a space where she, and others, could move their bodies in a way that was both fun and challenging, but also empowering and kind. Kate hopes that getFIT615 will always continue to evolve in how we train and how we treat the folks who walk through our doors.
Since opening in 2014, it’s not just Kate any more now - we’ve got a whole team of trainers with different areas of expertise, points of view, and life experiences. What we do all have in common is our awareness of diet-culture and the damage it does to everybody. To be clear: we aren’t anti-dieters though. Not at all. We’re anti-everything that makes you feel like you should always be trying to get smaller. You deserve to be here exactly as you are.
At getFIT615, we acknowledge that coming to a gym has the potential to be really scary and intimidating. What we hope is that we can teach you that it doesn’t have to be that way. We hope to create an environment where you feel empowered to ask questions, to ask for help, to ask for modifications, to leave if you need to, to get water when you need to, to sit down when you need to, to lift heavier kettlebells when you need to, to try something new when you need to.
We hope to create a brave space.
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First Timer Special:
Your first class is either $10 OR you can sign up for the first 30 days for $30. The idea behind the 30 days for $30 is for you to be able to come and give us a try - really figure out whether we're the place for you or not. If we are, great! If we're not, let us know and we can help you find a place that'll better suit your needs.
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How do I sign up for classes?
The best way to sign up for a class is via the MindBody Connect App, or via our website.
I haven't worked out in a long time and I'm nervous about my first class.
Makes sense. We've been there. Gyms have a way of being scary if it's your first time ever or just your first time in a long time. We are really excited to support you - Our team is really friendly and supportive and so is everyone else that comes to classes here. Our classes are also relatively small so you won't get lost in the hustle and bustle of a class. If any movement isn't working for you for any reason, you can change it at any time or we can show you another way. If you need to rest, rest. As you need water, have water. If you're trying to get stronger and are ready to lift a heavier kettlebell today, we're here to help you do that well. Honestly, our job is to support you so that's what we're here for!
What's the deal with Parking?
We have a small free lot located right behind the building. When that lot is full, there is plenty of local street parking. There is also a gravel lot adjacent to the building that is a paid parking lot: to access 90 minutes for $1, enter your license plate into the machine at the top of the lot, select "shakti/getFIT615," enter code "6565," and then process your $1 payment.
Got any tips for my first class?
Sure do! Our doors open 15 minutes before a class starts. Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early so that you can figure out where to park. We'll have a waiver for you to sign and we can show you where to put your stuff and where the bathrooms are. Our team will also ask if you have any injuries or if there's anything at all you want us to know so that we can support you while you're here. There's no such thing as too much info :)
Why is eating disorder listed under conditions?
We think that exercise and movement can be a really important part of recovering from an eating disorder or disordered eating behavior when it's offered in an affirming brave space. Our team works from a Health At Every Size approach and we fully believe that all bodies are good bodies. We won't talk about calories or diets at any time because we're not dietitians. If you are looking for a dietitian or therapist to support you in your recovery or journey, please check out the "Preferred Experts" page on our website: http://www.getfit615.com/preferred-experts