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TAB FITNESS. You're always welcome!
As flowers begin to blossom in our local community and we see the beauty of new life budding all around us, it also is a great time for a personal check up. Take a look at the changes that are happening in your own body as you have committed yourself to a better exercise regime. Be proud of all the changes you may now notice and secretly do your happy dance! You made this happen through your dedication to class and proper nutrition. Keep going, stay on track and you will be surprised by the results!

On the flipside, don't get discouraged if change for you takes time. Stay in it, don't give up because as much as we wish there was a magic pill, there's nothing that can truly replace the work that is necessary to reach your personal goal. And it is so much sweeter because you know YOU did it!


  3-Month Passes On Sale Now  
TAB celebrates the arrival of Lolë fashion at our studio!

This Canadian company has fashion-forward design accompanied by breathable fabrics that move well with you.

Our launch happens Saturday May 11th. Look for your special invite from TAB to attend. We're very happy to be bringing the brand into our studio; you'll be very happy with its quality and versatility.

Come see!
Bridal Bootcamp
This is the month we honour our mothers and quite frankly the women who bring nuture, love, and guidance into our lives. We are inviting you to our lovely celebration. You gotta be there!

Sat May 11th is at 1:00-3:00pm
Come and enjoy high tea, snacks and the Lolë launch!

EVERYONE is welcome!


Kidtastic starts its 8-week session May 25th. Do register soon!

This session is a single class at 9:20am till 10:05am

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Who is ready to jump this summer?

TAB.O.LEAN will run two 4-week sessions from June to August, for $67.80.

If you're interested in participating over the summer, Act Now »

Remember, payment is the only way to secure your spot.
Half Hour Power
A2 will be popping up a little more on the schedule this month. Keep looking for it!

Bring on T-shirt and tank top season!

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TAB Golden
Tab Golden, our muscular conditioning class with a gentler approach, has returned. We would love to see more recruits.

Join us Monday morning from 9:15 till 9:55am. You'll be glad you did!

More about TAB Golden »

If the dudes from this class would like to purchase a Card of Five, ask us before class on
May 9th
May 26th

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Have you been itching to use your credit card at TAB? This month you will be able to!

We hope this makes life a little easier.


Bridal Bootcamp
Calling all brides!
Bridal Bootcamp is coming to TAB soon and we are looking for brides having summer weddings who would love to tone up for the big day. This class will be twice a week. Hope to see you there!

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Now Accepting Registrations

Make the nap time walk useful for you to! Burn calories and share stories with other new moms.
Carriers/slings are also welcome.

Sign Up »


For dance enthusiasts who prefer a more structured ballet class. Grace, poise, spinal alignment and lower body toning. This class uses the ballet barre.

Find out more »


Half Hour Power
Does muscle weigh more than fat?

Not exactly, so stop checking the scale. Lean muscle is dense, fat is not. Seeing a higher number on a scale may indicate that you are building muscle that you can't quite see yet. Take note how your clothes are fitting and more importantly how are you feeling if you want a good confidence booster! So don't be afraid of muscular conditioning. The countless benefits of bone density improvement, boosts to your metabolism, and maintaining muscle mass are crucial to better living as we age.

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How much exercise should you get throughout your week?

According to Health Canada, you should aim for: (20-55 years)
Accumulate 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity every day, including:
endurance activities 4-7 days per week;
flexibility activities 4-7 days per week; and
resistance (strength) activities 2-4 days per week.

(Over age 55 years)
Accumulate 30 to 60 minutes of moderate physical activity most days of the week, including:
endurance activities 4-7 days per week;
flexibility activities daily; and
strength and balance activities 2-4 days per week.

This month get outside and move. Add more cardio vascular activities to your fitness regime and you may notice more of that lean muscle! If you have kids include them in the activity as well. Their recommendations are:

(Ages 5-17 years)
For health promotion, children and youth aged 5-17 years should [must] accumulate at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous-intensity physical activity daily.
Vigorous-intensity activities should be incorporated at least 3 days per week.
Activities that strengthen muscle and bone should be incorporated at least 3 days per week.
More daily physical activity provides additional health benefits. It is not a secret that more and more children are not getting the proper amount of exercise.

Even when we're not at TAB, we should always do something physical to counter balance the activity we will do with our mouths.



May 2nd - 4th
May 18th-20th (Long Weekend)

Remember, it never hurts to check the header on our homepage or our Twitter before heading down.

Getting Married?
Looking for an amazing, original first dance as a couple? Something that you may not typically see? Well have we got something for you! Let Rhonda choreograph something memorable for you and your guests.

Calling All Brides!
Feel your best on the big day? Let’s chat about special bride-specific training: abdominal and back strengthening, arm toning, and booty lifting.

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