Are you looking at gyms in Saskatoon for the very first time? Maybe you're on the hunt for a new gym, a change from where you're at now; Well, this is where you focus! Strength and functional training, Powerlifting, Yoga, Spin Class, Boot Camps. We encourage you to come check out all that and everything else Fitness Focus has to offer.
If you're a resident of Saskatoon or surrounding areas like Martensville, Warman and Delisle, we welcome you to try us for free for 2-weeks; just print your Trial Pass at home or display it for the staff on your phone.
For 2-weeks you'll have access to the Strength & Function Area, the entire Group Fitness Class Schedule, Cardio Theater, Childcare, Tanning, Lockers and Free Towel Service. You can see and experience everything else we have to offer including affordable Childcare, Personal Training, Sports Training and Conditioning, Diet and Nutrition Consulting, Massage Therapy, and if you ever need help just ask one of our Friendly Staff. All this in a clean and mature atmosphere.
As one of the longest running gyms in Saskatoon; right near downtown and minutes from Lawson Heights & Hampton Village, you're going to love your time with us because at Fitness Focus you won't be just another number. Learn all you need to know about our memberships with No Contracts and flexible membership packages that you can customize anytime.
Contact us with comments and questions about the club or memberships by phone at (306)244-6413 or by email at email@example.com
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Find out how to get your first month free... Before you start your 2-week pass, don't forget to ask the front staff about turning your trial pass into your first month free!
This February we're beyond excited to present to Saskatoon, Puppy Yoga! This is our first ever time offering this event which we've aptly called Mutts & Mats: Yoga for a New Hope. What could be more enjoyable than a relaxing Yoga class, surrounded by adorable 3-month old puppies? While this class is currently sold out, the initial response has been so overwhelming, we plan to provide this class again in the very near future.
If you've ever been to our gym you've likely met our Gym Dog named Dak. Having Dak around, and the reception he's gotten from all of our member, we've realized what an admiration you all have for dogs. We've also realized just how many of you out there all have a furry family member of your own. We figured it was only fitting to combine something as lovable as dogs with something so many of you are so passionate about as Yoga. And hey, if yoga can be made more popular with the addition of cats or goats, then puppy yoga might just be the best thing ever invented.
Our friends at New Hope Dog Rescue in Saskatoon will be bringing their newest litter of German Shepherd cross puppies to explore and play around the Fitness Focus yoga studio while all the participants find their zen. All proceeds raised by Mutts & Mats will be going to New Hope Dog Rescue, which provides financial aid for emergency surgeries, housing, food and other expenses associated with the process of finding dogs a forever home.
Be sure to watch for upcoming announcements for the next available Puppy Yoga Session.
Take a minute to learn why our Trainers are so unique and among the best in Saskatoon. Team Wawryk Trainers are passionate for wellness, living a healthy lifestyle, have a drive for personal improvement and the desire to help their clients discover and reach their goals.
Team Wawryk Trainer - JESS FRIESEN
Hard work, perseverance, motivation and determination are just a few of the traits that have fueled her passions throughout her life. From a very early age, she discovered her athletic abilities and excelled at many sports including volleyball, basketball, swimming, track and hockey. After high school however, the demands of post secondary education forced Jess to lose focus on sports and a healthy lifestyle and soon came face to face with the reality of not only being uncomfortably overweight and out of shape, but also dealing with an unhealthy relationship with food. Once realizing that she allowed herself to lose sight of something that she had been so passionate about for so long, she decided to embark on a journey down the path of health and fitness and has never wanted to look back. Her own experiences battling weight issues, self image and emotional eating, she understands the effort, energy and support that it takes to get the desired results. Jess' ultimate goal as a personal trainer is to motivate inspire and educate others about the benefits of exercising and living a healthy lifestyle. Results do not come over night, but with patience, persistence, and consistency anyone can achieve realistic goals.
Team Wawryk Trainer - DENISE KOMINETSKY
She completed the CanFit Pro Fitness Instructor Specialist Course (FIS) in 2013, and the Personal Training Specialist Course (PTS) in 2016. Denise has been a Figure Competitor with the Saskatchewan Amateur Bodybuilding Association since 2011. She placed well in each competition and qualified for nationals after only her first year competing.
Team Wawryk Trainer - Chris Pylypchuk
Chris is a Can-Fit-Pro Certified Trainer with a B.Sc Biochemistry from the University of Saskatchewan. He has always had a passion for fitness and sport. He is a firm believer in practicing what he preaches and as such is not only a trainer but also a competitive fitness athlete. Chris' goal as your trainer is to be 100 per cent honest with you on your progress, on what is achievable in your trainer-client relationship. Chris continues to educate himself to provide you with the latest and most effective techniques to help you achieve your goals through functional training and focusing on proper intensity. "I will not only help you condition your body but also your mind, to make my teaching something you can live with and enjoy."
- Can-Fit-Pro Certified Personal Trainer Specialist
- WBFF Pro Fitness Model
- B.Sc Biochemistry University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, it's once again time for Telemiracle. We're calling on all gym members, friends and staff to pitch in and buy a helping hand in support of Telemiracle 41 on March 4th & 5th. You can make your minimum $2 contribution to any of the front staff by cash or at point of sale.
Thanks to your donations to Telemiracle, the Kinsmen Foundation has the opportunity to improve the quality of life and the independence of hundreds of people every year. Saskatchewan residents are able to access special needs equipment and medical assistance that wouldn’t otherwise be attainable.
Innovations like ceiling track systems, portable lifts and ramps, funded by the Kinsmen Foundation, are making it possible for people to live at home and still receive the care they need. And with equipment like specialized wheelchairs, electric scooters, vehicle conversions and communications devices, people are achieving a level of independence they didn’t think possible.
When people can’t access the level of care they need at home, they must often travel to health care facilities in other parts of the province or country. And while the medical procedures are covered by health care, the patients and their families must pay for their own travel, meals and accommodations. By easing the financial strain,
Attention all members; bringing your friends to the gym is about to payoff. Starting October through January, when you refer your friends, co-workers or family members to sign up at Fitness Focus you receive a month free added to your membership.
How do you get them in to the gym? 2 Week trial passes** are available to anyone that has never been to Fitness Focus before. The pass can be found on our website (link at bottom of this page) and can either be printed at home or displayed on their phone on their first visit to begin their trial pass. You can also pick passes up at the front desk to hand out at work or to your friends.
Make sure they mention your name, and once they sign up for a biweekly membership, we will credit 2 payments towards your membership.
**2 week trial passes are available to any first time user at Fitness Focus. User must be a resident of Saskatoon or surrounding area.