SoulCycle opening in Hyde Park this spring

The super popular spin class concept, SoulCycle, is set to open next door to lululemon later this spring in Hyde Park Village. Get ready to sweat, Tampa.

SoulCycle describes itself as a 45-minute indoor cycling class that features high-intensity cardio, muscle-sculpting strength training, and rhythm-based choreography. The concept is meant to build a community of supportive cyclers who help enable both physical and mental health for all involved.

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Posted by lululemon Tampa on Friday, March 29, 2019

Forget your cell phone, just enjoy the ride

Attendees are encouraged to leave their phones in their lockers and give themselves a brief reprieve from the stressors of everyday life. Visitors are assigned a bike, which can be found on the sign in sheet.

The classes are candlelit and can get intense, but it’s a pretty good way to earn that BarTaco meal after the workout.

SoulCycle should be open later this spring next door to lululemon in Hyde Park Village.

New stylish spots emerge in Tampa

It’s not the only opening in the area. Wine & Wood has throttled taste buds with their oak aged wines and veggie pizza.

A Roman-style pizza shop, Forbici, is also said to be on the verge of opening. The hip menswear store, Bonobos, also made a debut in the village earlier in 2019.

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