New to Austin: January 2017

By AFM Team – January 1, 2017

Peloton Cycle

11701 Domain Boulevard, Austin, TX 78758

From their studio to your home, Peloton Cycle is the first cycling studio to join boutique fitness with live home streaming. Too busy to make it to the studio? There’s no longer an excuse. Tap into this immersive experience at home thanks to Peloton’s advance live-streaming technology. Ride (virtually) alongside your fellow Austinites and share the energy, all from the comfort of your home. The Peloton bike offers customizable settings that optimize effectiveness and create comfort for any rider. This sweat-proof screen is integrated with your bike’s performance metric sensors and relies on Wi-Fi to connect you to energetic instructors and other riders around the world. With over 10 live classes everyday, you’re sure to find a class that’ll fit into your schedule. Want to be physically present? Peloton Cycle also has an interactive showroom at Domain Northside. Visit this retail location to test ride their bike and learn more about the Peloton experience in person. Whether riders are joining from home or are in the showroom, Peloton classes are sure to span a variety of instructors, style, and music to keep riders engaged and motivated.

18|8 Fine Men’s Salon

11909 Domain Drive, Suite 160, Austin, TX 78758

The classic barber shop experience has made its way into the 21st century. Not only will 18|8 Fine Men's Salon provide you with the full barbershop experience, but you’ll also get to kick back with a cold beverage and watch your favorite games on their big screen TVs. From haircuts, classic shaves, and waxing, to hand, face, and skin treatments, this is the ultimate relaxation spot. Embrace your manhood and visit Domain Northside’s 18|8 Fine Men's Salon; this experience is sure to leave you looking and feeling brand new.


1621 E. 6th Street, Suite 1113, Austin, TX 78702

East Austin is excited to welcome Stretch, a boutique-style yoga studio that encourages clients to be transformed, regardless of prior yoga experience. Owner and teacher Kaysha Patel aims to break down yoga’s “intimidation” factor by creating a happy, uplifting space. Offering Stretch, Power Stretch, and Gentle Stretch classes, all have the same goal: to stretch your body—stretch your mind—stretch your life.


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