The fitness class booking platform is beginning to give its subscribers the ability to book facials, acupuncture and more

Fitness class app ClassPass changed how people schedule workouts by letting consumers avoid gym fees and getting locked into a single studio or center. Now the company is looking to apply that same model to new beauty and wellness categories. A pilot program will allow users to book massages, facials, cryotherapy, float spas, infrared saunas, acupuncture and more through the app. These options will only be available to some users in New York City starting this week as a test run of the program.

“Expanding into wellness has been on our radar for some time,” Fritz Lanman, ClassPass CEO, said in a statement. “Our users are a health-conscious group looking to discover high-quality experiences at the best possible value. They crave more than just physical fitness and as trailblazers in the space, it’s our role to create an inclusive business model that encompasses wellness while continuing to introduce users to new experiences.”

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Fitness class app ClassPass changed how people schedule workouts by letting consumers avoid gym fees and getting locked into a single studio or center. Now the company is looking to apply that same model to new beauty and wellness categories. A pilot program will allow users to book massages, facials, cryotherapy, float spas, infrared saunas, acupuncture and more through the app. These options will only be available to some users in New York City starting this week as a test run of the program.