Toronto Guardian. Tribe Fitness Opens a New Home along Queens Quay in Toronto. January 2018.
The Toronto Guardian shares their experience at #TribeQQHQ including attending our Roll Out and CycleCore class. Read all about it here.
BlogTO. The top 25 Gyms by Neighbourhood. January 2018
BlogTo share their annual list of Toronto gyms by community. All the TribeLove for having us listed for the Harbourfront. Read all about it here.
Best Health Magazine. Blogger & Influencer Heather Gardner Opens Up Her Own Studio – Tribe Fitness. January 2018
Best Health Magazine provide a review of the studio, our CycleCore class, and clarify what to expect and not expect when working out at Tribe. Read all about it here.
416 Magazine. Run, cycle, circuit, stretch: 3 fun fitness studios near CityPlace. January 2018
Fleet Street Magazine. Inside Tribe Fitness HQ, Where Runners Go to Roll, Spin and Flow. January 2018
WellToDo. We Joined the Tribe: Restorative Yoga at Tribe Fitness. December 2017
BlogTO. Tribe Fitness. November 2017
BlogTO reviews Tribe in it's new studio location at 10 Lower Spadina.
416 Magazine. June 2017
416 Magazine shares the excitement as Tribe announces the acquisition of 10 Lower Spadina as the hub for our fitness community, opening Fall 2017.
iRun Magazine. February 2017
If you've been hanging around the Tribe for any amount of time, you know we love travel almost as much as running. In the February edition of iRun Magazine, Tribe founder Heather Gardner shares some of her favourite destination races and experiences.
Canada Running Magazine. June and July 2016
Get Out There Magazine. Reader's Choice Awards 2015.
Can you believe it! The winners of the 11th annual Readers’ Choice Awards have been announced as decided by the readers of Get Out There Magazine and we are honoured for the second year in a row to have been voted Best Run Club Eastern Canada. Thank you for your support and #TribeLove.
416 Magazine. Yoga in the park ... and so much more! Fall 2015. Volume 1 Issue 2
What do you get when a great green space meets yoga for the masses? Connections, creativity and community.
Yoga Jam started with a simple idea: to create a place for people to meet and help develop the budding community that is CityPlace. Organized by Heather Gardner of Tribe Fitness, the Sunday morning spring/summer class takes place at Canoe Landing Park and is attended by people of all ages and abilities. Read more here.
Get Out There Magazine. Reader's Choice Awards 2014. February 20, 2015.
The votes are in – more than 2,500 of them! The winners of the 10th annual Readers’ Choice Awards represent the best races, businesses, places and events as decided by the readers of Get Out There Magazine. Where applicable, Readers’ Choice Awards are presented in three geographic regions: Eastern Canada (Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada), Western Canada (Alberta, B.C., Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Yukon, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories) and National. We are honoured to have been voted Best Run Club Eastern Canada. Thank you for your support and #TribeLove. Read all about it here.
Canada Running Series. Couch to 10K and Beyond: My Journey to Becoming a Runner. january 19, 2015.
Digital Champion Allison Miceli started running after relocating to Toronto last spring. She wanted to start running for a while, but didn’t have the motivation or support in suburbia. After joining Tribe Fitness’ ‘Couch to 10K’ program last summer, Allison completed her first 10K race last fall, just 24 seconds off her goal time! Read about Allison's journey here.
Canada Running Series. Give 2015 a Running Start. January 1, 2015.
With a new year comes opportunity for a fresh start and new fitness goals. For you that might mean finally lacing up those sneakers and experiencing for yourself what all this run buzz is about. To help you kick off 2015 on the right foot, we shared five tips every new runner should consider with our friends at Canada Running Series. Read about them here.
Metro News. The mental effects of a workout injury. December 8, 2014.
There’s nothing like an injury to bring you from the top of your game to champion couch potato. While injuries are an inconvenient part of an active lifestyle, being sidelined by one can shake even the toughest competitor. Tribe founder Heather Gardner shares tips for avoiding injury with Tribe member and writer Septembre Anderson. Read them here.