A high-tech fitness studio and luxury activewear boutique with a "shoe wall" and gold-plated locks called SculptHouse will make itself at home in Dallas' Inwood Village this spring.
The studio — the brand's Texas debut — comes from founder Katherine Mason, who was a lifelong athlete, certified Lagree Fitness Method trainer, and former Wilhelmina fitness model. She founded SculptHouse in 2016 in the heart of Buckhead, Atlanta, and expanded to new locations in Sandy Springs, Georgia, and Nashville, Tennessee, in 2018.
SculptHouse will bring Dallas its first experience combining a Megaformer with a Woodway Curve treadmill. "The signature 50-minute class of low-impact and high-intensity workouts effectively combines strength, endurance, cardio, balance, core, and flexibility training into every move," the company says in a release.
SculptHouse's signature workout combines 25 minutes of cardio intervals on the Woodway Curve treadmill, with 25 minutes of Megaformer strength training. Speeds on the Curve are defined by “levels” of exertion instead of numbers for speeds, allowing exercisers to challenge and customize each workout based on their ability and needs. They also can focus on different muscle groups each day of the week, target specific areas and keep workouts from getting repetitive.
"The studio’s unique workout utilizes the Lagree Fitness method to create a low-impact, but high-intensity workout that combines strength training and cardio intervals on the NFL-endorsed Woodway Curve for a heart-pumping, muscle-quivering, body-lengthening, muscle-strengthening exercise that is ideal for both women and men of all fitness levels, backgrounds and injuries," they further explain in the release.
The 3,200-square-foot Dallas location will be "state-of-the-art from studio to shower," they say. Clients can expect several signature amenities, including lavish bathrooms stocked with luxury grooming products and post-workout beauty essentials, a private shower, a blow dry station, and easy-to-use keyless lockers with 24-karat gold-plated locks.
The space also will include a private room for one-on-one or two-on-one training sessions, in addition to the spacious group-training studio.
An apparel boutique will offer a revolving collection of activewear from more than 30 different men’s and women’s fitness-fashion designers. A “shoe wall” will feature unique hand-picked selections, including APL, Mou, and the popular EsseUtEsse fringe sneakers for which SculptHouse is the exclusive U.S. retail shop. Top brands include: Free People Movement, DYI, Ultracor, Varley, Koral, Beach Riot, Spanx, Year of Ours, Rhone (for men), and more.
Shoppers can drop in to browse and buy, or peruse the selection before or after classes.
SculptHouse packages are available online now, with the retail boutique portion opening April 8. Grand opening promotions include 15% off all five-, 10-, or 20-class packages and a $275 per month unlimited membership (requires a six-month commitment).
Official studio opening and classes will begin later this spring at the studio, 5550 West Lovers Ln., Ste. 146.