Lithe Method

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  • Katie O'Hare

    I started working out at Lithe a couple of years ago, and would highly recommend it to anyone who has trouble motivating themselves to work out on their own. The classes are a really great workout that will push you, but I love that each person can tailor their workout to their fitness level. That helped me a lot because on days when I really didn't feel like working out I could tell myself to just go to class and do whatever I could that day and no one would be judging me or making me do more than I wanted. And 9 times out of 10, the music and energy of the instructors and other Lithers motivates me to push myself more than I expected and I really have seen a change in my fitness habits. Lithing has not only made a change in my appearance, it has also changed my overall workout habits and fitness level and made me a healthier person. I also love that there are diverse classes; some are fast-paced dance/cardio, some are slow strength training classes and some are in between. If you're in doubt, go try and class, and then stick with it; it will change your fitness routine for the better!
    Jul 30th, 2016

  • Angela D

    I started going to Lithe after feeling like I wasn't being challenged enough by the hot yoga classes offered here in the city. I have always heard great things about Lithe, but was nervous to try since I don't have any background in cheer or dance, and consider myself pretty uncoordinated. I am SO glad that I did! The people at the front desk and instructors are super warm and welcoming - I didn't feel intimidated at all. It took me a couple of classes to catch on but as long as you stand behind someone it's easy to follow along. I would also recommend talking to someone at Lithe to help you decide which classes are right for you. Some of their classes, like Pom, are more focused on cheer and I could see how someone just starting out would find that class really challenging. However, most classes (Armistice, Skinny Jeans, Skinny Mini, etc.) I got the hang of after a few times. What I love about Lithe is the variety of classes at virtually every time throughout the day. I can choose a heart-pumping, cardio class, something that is a little slower focused on sculpting and toning, or a combo of both. Also, they change the classes up to keep things interesting and confuse your muscles. One of my biggest issues with previous workout classes is that the postures/sequences were so repetitive that eventually my body got used to it and it really wasn't a workout anymore. I really appreciate that Lithe is always coming up with fun and challenging classes. Lithe is all about the total body workout and I've definitely seen improvements in my body. I would recommend that everyone give Lithe a try. I think the first class is free and then they have pretty good intro rates. Don't worry about the cheer/dance aspect, for the most part you won't even realize that is happening. Be prepared to sweat and burn calories!!
    May 8th, 2016

  • Aria Srinivasan

    I gotta say... don't think I've drank the kool aid on Lithe. I went to Pom which was just wayy too much cheer movement for me. Split was a lot less of that though. I'm kinda meh with the way they teach the classes that have the cheer choreo. If you're not a total regular, it's hard to keep up and you spend the time trying to remember the moves and not actually burning the calories. The concept with the bands is cool, so you're constantly engaging your body, plus it's different making it fun. This studio smelled really sweaty/mildew-y, which, for the image I think they personify, seems unacceptable. (Random note: I'm definitely not a fan of how all the marketing is super thin girls in sports bras and they name their classes stuff like "Skinny Mini". Like, helloo, I don't necessarily want to look like one of your models, I work out to feel good and be my body's best, which might not be skinny mini)
    Mar 27th, 2015

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Lithe Method

Lithe Method is located at 255 S 17th St #2, 4 Fl in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103. Lithe Method can be contacted via phone at (215) 545-5144 for pricing, hours and directions.

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A Lithe Method is located at 255 S 17th St #2, 4 Fl, Philadelphia, PA 19103


Q What is the internet address for Lithe Method?

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A Lithe Method employs approximately 20+ people.


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Katie O'Hare on Google

image I started working out at Lithe a couple of years ago, and would highly recommend it to anyone who has trouble motivating themselves to work out on their own. The classes are a really great workout that will push you, but I love that each person can tailor their workout to their fitness level. That helped me a lot because on days when I really didn't feel like working out I could tell myself to just go to class and do whatever I could that day and no one would be judging me or making me do more than I wanted. And 9 times out of 10, the music and energy of the instructors and other Lithers motivates me to push myself more than I expected and I really have seen a change in my fitness habits. Lithing has not only made a change in my appearance, it has also changed my overall workout habits and fitness level and made me a healthier person. I also love that there are diverse classes; some are fast-paced dance/cardio, some are slow strength training classes and some are in between. If you're in doubt, go try and class, and then stick with it; it will change your fitness routine for the better!


Angela D on Google

image I started going to Lithe after feeling like I wasn't being challenged enough by the hot yoga classes offered here in the city. I have always heard great things about Lithe, but was nervous to try since I don't have any background in cheer or dance, and consider myself pretty uncoordinated. I am SO glad that I did! The people at the front desk and instructors are super warm and welcoming - I didn't feel intimidated at all. It took me a couple of classes to catch on but as long as you stand behind someone it's easy to follow along. I would also recommend talking to someone at Lithe to help you decide which classes are right for you. Some of their classes, like Pom, are more focused on cheer and I could see how someone just starting out would find that class really challenging. However, most classes (Armistice, Skinny Jeans, Skinny Mini, etc.) I got the hang of after a few times.
What I love about Lithe is the variety of classes at virtually every time throughout the day. I can choose a heart-pumping, cardio class, something that is a little slower focused on sculpting and toning, or a combo of both. Also, they change the classes up to keep things interesting and confuse your muscles. One of my biggest issues with previous workout classes is that the postures/sequences were so repetitive that eventually my body got used to it and it really wasn't a workout anymore. I really appreciate that Lithe is always coming up with fun and challenging classes.
Lithe is all about the total body workout and I've definitely seen improvements in my body. I would recommend that everyone give Lithe a try. I think the first class is free and then they have pretty good intro rates. Don't worry about the cheer/dance aspect, for the most part you won't even realize that is happening. Be prepared to sweat and burn calories!!


Aria Srinivasan on Google

image I gotta say... don't think I've drank the kool aid on Lithe.
I went to Pom which was just wayy too much cheer movement for me. Split was a lot less of that though. I'm kinda meh with the way they teach the classes that have the cheer choreo. If you're not a total regular, it's hard to keep up and you spend the time trying to remember the moves and not actually burning the calories.
The concept with the bands is cool, so you're constantly engaging your body, plus it's different making it fun.
This studio smelled really sweaty/mildew-y, which, for the image I think they personify, seems unacceptable.
(Random note: I'm definitely not a fan of how all the marketing is super thin girls in sports bras and they name their classes stuff like "Skinny Mini". Like, helloo, I don't necessarily want to look like one of your models, I work out to feel good and be my body's best, which might not be skinny mini)


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