A new destination for all things health and wellness has opened its doors in Liberty Village. Altea Active spans across 89,000 sq ft and boasts all kinds of unique amenities dedicated to fitness, meditation, yoga, relaxation, and overall good vibes.
According to Altea Active, the new space is described as a “massive urban playground offering Torontonians a one-of-a-kind space to play, work out, relax, dine and socialize.”
Members have access to over 130 group fitness classes per week and over 150 exercise machines, a 2,500 sq ft hot yoga studio with three fireplaces, a group training boutique, a lap pool, and the largest cycling studio in Canada.
You won’t have to worry about parking or towel service either, because both are complimentary.
Once you’ve worked up a sweat, you can relax in the hot tub, the Sanarium Bio Sauna, the Polaris Ice Room with an ice fountain, steam rooms, and the Himalayan salt lounge. Plus, the new facility has a Somadome mediation pod, of which there are only three in Canada.
There’s lots of fun to be had at Altea Active too. The club also has four bowling lanes, pool tables, air hockey, dome hockey, and pinball machines. You can also practice your swing using the Topgolf Swing Suite sports simulator.
As for food, you can head over to Ah So Sushi opening in mid to late March 2022. There’s also a full-service Starbucks and a fresh smoothie bar on site, all of which are located at The Altea Food Hall on the second floor.
And it wouldn’t be a Toronto-based wellness club without an element of nightlife, which you’ll find at the members-only social lounge called Catalyst Kitchen + Cocktails.
The lounge features a healthy and sustainable menu, a variety of cocktails, and a lineup of live entertainment including DJs, musicians, and comedians.
Memberships to Altea Active Toronto start at $95 per month and right now, all of the plans are discounted. Ready to take your fitness game to the next level?
Where: 25 Ordnance St