Melbourne, Victoria, Australia – November 25th, 2014 – Launching in early 2015 – just in time for the New Year resolutions to get fit and healthy, socially conscious startup ‘Classhopper’ aims to take the inconvenience out of exercise, whilst making a huge range of activities accessible and convenient across hundreds of studios, without the enormous price tag.
Classhopper has streamlined the health and fitness industry using an innovative point system whereby members pay for classes at the various studios listed, using points which they receive monthly. All of this is delivered to members as a single affordable membership. One issue many Australians face when it comes to exercise is boredom: why go through the same motions at the same gyms three times a week, when Classhopper offers the freedom and flexibility to try pilates on Monday, yoga on Wednesday and zumba on Friday at whichever studio is convenient for you? …Just to name a few of the countless activities available.
Classhopper's flexibility is perfectly matched by its convenience. No more rummaging through the Internet to find class times - all timetables and studio information is available through the website. Simply book and go!
“If there's one thing that kills motivation, it's boredom,” said Emma Hoffman, Head of Marketing & Business Development at Classhopper. “But we’re not just another fitness directory… Our user-friendly system has made it easy to create the fitness regime you’ve always wanted, without the fuss.”
For Australians looking to change up their fitness regime or just wanting to get active, Classhopper will be, for many, the first port of call.
About Emma Hoffman
Based in Melbourne, Australia, Emma Hoffman is a successful serial entrepreneur. Listed in the Top 50 Female Entrepreneurs Under 40 list, she has been featured in numerous national publications and articles as well as being nominated for various business awards such as the Telstra Business awards. She is currently focusing on launching Classhopper in Australia.