Princess Cruises Debuts New Fitness Experiences

Princess Cruises debuts new fitness experiences across its fleet including Pure Barre, YogaSix, StretchLab, and more beginning in February.

Princess Cruises Debuts New Fitness Experiences

New Premium Boutique Fitness Experiences Help Princess Guests Stick to New Year’s Resolutions

Pure Barre, YogaSix and StretchLab Workouts Debut in February; additional Xponential Fitness brands including Club Pilates, CycleBar, and STRIDE Fitness to follow

Princess Cruises is helping guests stick to their 2023 New Year’s resolutions – even when on vacation. The cruise line is expanding its onboard fitness classes available with the addition of workouts from the most popular boutique fitness brands in the industry, including Pure Barre, YogaSix, and StretchLab starting in mid-February.

According to a recent Statista survey, ‘increased exercise’ is once again atop the list of New Year’s resolutions for 2023.

“To many people, continuing their daily exercise routine on vacation gives license to extra special vacation indulgence, and Princess presents world-class options on both the fitness and indulgence fronts,” said John Padgett, president of Princess Cruises.

“So whether it’s keeping up with New Year resolutions, offsetting the incredible food and drink on board, or connecting with other fitness fans, we’re excited to offer the most premium and inclusive boutique fitness experiences in the industry.”

Beginning Feb. 20, guests who have purchased all-inclusive packages like Princess Plus and Princess Premier will enjoy complimentary onboard workouts from several of the leading studios. From Xponential Fitness, the largest global franchisor of boutique fitness brands, these include Pure Barre, YogaSix, and StretchLab, with Club Pilates, CycleBar, and STRIDE Fitness to follow shortly thereafter. 

The Princess Plus package will include two complimentary fitness classes per voyage, while Princess Premier packages offer unlimited fitness classes. 

  • Pure Barre offers an effective full-body workout focused on low-impact, moderate to high-intensity movements that improve strength and flexibility for everybody.
  • YogaSix is a full sensory yoga experience accessible to all, with a variety of classes targeting strength, agility, flexibility and balance.
  • StretchLab is a unique wellness concept offering assisted stretching sessions with customized flexibility services.

Ahead of the summer season, the fitness options on board will expand to include branded classes from:

  • Club Pilates, a low-impact, full-body Reformer Pilates workout with a variety of classes that build strength, mobility and stability for a more fulfilling life.
  • CycleBar, an inclusive, immersive and inspiring low-impact, high-intensity indoor cycling experience for all ages and body types.
  • STRIDE Fitness, a treadmill-based interval training concept, delivering a total-body cardio and strength workout.

In addition to complimentary fitness classes, starting Feb. 20 the enhanced Princess Plus add-on will also include the Plus Beverage Package, single device WiFi plan, and daily crew appreciation. Princess Plus will also include two premium crafted desserts and two smoothies or juices. The cost is $60 per person, per day. It pays to plus!

The Princess Premier package is available at $80 per person, per day. With this package, guests will enjoy the Premier Beverage Package, four device WiFi plan, and daily crew appreciation. In addition, guests get two nights of specialty dining, a photo package, Princess Prizes, unlimited Premium crafted desserts, unlimited smoothies or juices, and reserved seating in the Princess Theater. 

Xponential Fitness classes will also be available on an a la carte basis across all 15 Princess ships. 

SOURCE Princess Cruises


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Heidi is a physical therapist by profession, cruise enthusiast at heart, and Princess all the time! She is a self-confessed thrill seeker, obsessive planner, and over-packer. She is always looking for the latest and greatest adventures onboard and ashore, enjoys researching top things to do in ports of call, and loves dressing up for formal nights.
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  1. Has anyone been on the Royal Princess or another similar Princess fleet ship recently, who can speak to the schedule of the fitness classes? I’m trying to decide whether to update to the Premier package and commit to daily fitness classes, but would like a sense of what times and how often they are offered. TIA!