Happy Nude Year!: Naked fitness classes start in NYC


Hanson Fitness — which coaches stars such as Rihanna, Julia Roberts and Tom Cruise — has announced that they will be holding naked personal fitness classes in their NYC studio to kick off 2018, according to a report from the New York Daily News.

The fitness studio plans to host its first nude personal training session on Jan. 5 at 6 p.m. They will initially host three sessions a week: one mixed, one for men, and one for women.

Located in SoHo (42 Wooster St, New York, N.Y., 10012), the class was described in a press release as a “total body workout that uses your body weight as resistance to work the glute, butt, legs and core — making you look and feel good naked.”

Hanson studio founder Harry Hanson, fitness guru, said in the release, “Our approach makes sure our members get and stay in the absolute best shape, and our new naked personal fitness sessions are no exception. This new development brings with it a range of fitness and health benefits and allows our members to have a little cheeky fun in the process!”

Naked yoga has become a trendy way to exercise in the U.K. The unconventional classes are starting to pop up in the U.S., but few places do full-body workouts in the nude.

Hanson Fitness says that working out nude keeps you cooler, releases endorphins, increases body awareness and gives you unrestricted movement. It also cuts down on laundry loads.

Those who are uncomfortable training in the complete nude have the option of wearing nude-colored underwear, according to the report.

Naked yoga has also become a trend and is being offered at Bold and Naked Yoga Studio in Midtown West.

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