After spending years in the fitness industry, we, at One Tribe Fitness, found there are many studios that are good.. REALLY good. We also found that most were REALLY good at just ONE thing. A great cycling studio with all the lights and sounds. A gritty cross training gym with a warehouse vibe. A vibrant space that set the tone for freedom in movement. A beautiful zen garden ideal for relaxation and meditation. There is something to be said for doing ONE thing really well. "Stay in your lane", right? The challenge for most gym goers is that in order to find balance in their fitness routine, they carry multiple memberships to separate facilities. This begs the question... if you can get this all under one roof, without compromising quality, wouldn't you?
At One Tribe Fitness, you can! We strive to offer a comprehensive approach to fitness. In the same day, you can...hit the treadmills and rowers, bounce in the bungee, get cultural in dance class, tone and lengthen in Barre, get gritty in group, spin and sweat in cycle, HIIT it and quit it in 30 minutes.
Not only that, but you will be able to track your daily performance in each class through heart rate monitoring software that has been proven to help participants transform the way they train.
We also offer classes that will introduce your kids to group fitness. They too will have the opportunity to fly, dance, and train in a way that is age appropriate and safe. They can up their game in the off season, cross-train for a new sport, develop endurance for a family skiing trip, or simply learn to love fitness in a fun and friendly environment.
In addition to all these classes, we hope to cultivate community. We will be offering monthly events to bring our TRIBE together outside the confines of a scheduled class. We know that where we find community, we find accountability. And when we are held accountable, we stay focused. When we stay focused, we affect change.
At One Tribe Fitness, we are.... Better. Together.
Meet Our Sweat Dealers
Q1 How do you take your coffee?
Espresso, with lots of milk
Q2 What's your favorite quote from a movie?
"And for the lady, perhaps a salad? Perhaps NOT."
Q3 What's the best piece of advice someone has given you?
Never give up!
Q4 Do you have any pet peeves?
Receiving calls and emails about things I never signed up but get anyway.
Q1 What's your favorite way to spend a weekend?
Sleeping in and traveling with family.
Q2 If you could go back anytime in history, when and where would you go?
1920's New York City
Q3 What's your favorite way to sweat?
Q4 What type of music are you into?
Electronic Dance Music - Progressive/ Deep House
Q1 What are your hobbies?
Throwing pottery, being outdoors, traveling, pretty much anything with my pups; Walt and Huckleberry.
Q2 What is your favorite season and why?
Summer... because tourists.
Q3 What's your death row meal?
Oysters Rockefeller, roasted brussel sprouts with pancetta, and an arugula salad with fresh figs & burrata.
Q4 Song your never tire of?
Into the Mystic by Van Morrision
Q1 If you could go back in history, where would you go?
Coffee with my mom.
Q2 Where's the next place on your travel bucket list?
New Zealand; missed it while on tour and regret it.
Q3 What will always get you out on the dance floor?
Q4 If you won a million dollars what would you do with the money?
Q1 What was the last show you binge watched?
Q2 What's your favorite family tradition?
Sunday brunch with my mom and dad the morning of the Wimbledon Men's Final.
Q3 Do you have any pets?
Two small dogs; Remy Martin & Bailey May.
Q4 What character traits are important to you?
Honesty, integrity and optimism.
Q1 What's your favorite quote?
"We're all a little broken. We don't need more varnish, we need a carpenter." Bob Goff
Q2 Is there a product you couldn't live without?
Burt's Bees lip balm
Q3 What was the best vacation you ever took and why?
Egypt- unique culture, going inside the pyramids and seeing the ruins.
Q4 What is your favorite dessert?
Chocolate and peanut butter pie from Euphemia Haye.
Q1 What book has made an impact on you?
Of Mess & Moxie by Jen Hatmaker
Q2 What's your death row meal?
Tacos - really greasy tacos.
Q3 Are you into podcasts? If so, what genre?
Yes; True Crime or Introspection. Loved Serial for Love. Can't wait for Brene Brown's new podcast!
Q4 Where's the next place on your travel bucket list?
Wine country because... wine.
Q1 What is your definition of success?
Feeling content and happy.
Q2 Is there any product that you couldn't live without?
I do love tea -> iced or hot, could not live without it.
Q3 If you could have a super power, what would it be?
Q4 What is your favorite season and why?
Fall- favorite time growing up in North Carolina; love the crisp air, wearing sweaters, and fall leaves.
Q1 What's the best vacation you've taken?
Solo trip to Costa Rica where I kayaked, river rafted, zip-lined, and bungee jumped.
Q2 How would you describe yourself?
Non-stereotypical spiritual hippie
Q3 What are your favorite books?
A Return to Love, Attached, and The Power of Now
Q4 What podcasts do you like?
Impact Theory, Lewis Howes, Ester Perrell, and Dr. Joe Dispenza
Q1 What type of music are you into?
Everything from 80's to country & gangsta rap.
Q2 What's your favorite dessert?
Q3 What's the best vacation you've taken?
European vacation with my sons; wonderful memories in four countries.
Q4 What was the last show you binge watched?
Love Island UK