Local Spin Studio Opens Two More Locations

ONE YEAR AFTER THE OPENING OF ZYN22’S FIRST STUDIO ON SEVENTH STREET, THE BOUTIQUE CYCLING STUDIO ANNOUNCED THAT IT WILL OPEN TWO MORE LOCATIONS. The first will open its doors in April at Southlake Boulevard and Kimbell Avenue in Southlake, followed by another opening in Turtle Creek Village in Uptown in the fall. The second location of the spin studio opened in Dallas at The Shops at Park Lane in September 2015.

“We set out to create an environment and attract a staff that make every ZYN22 class as fun as it is challenging,” said Mark Page, ZYN22 chairman, in a press release.

Co-founders Melissa and Mark Page and Denis Morton designed the studios to bring something unexpected to indoor cycling. The popular 45-minute classes combine cardio and weight training to create high-energy workouts that feature dancing, upbeat music and inspiration from energetic instructors.

“Every ZYN22 class is demanding physically, but it’s also an opportunity to restore your inner peace and reset your intentions,” said Melissa Page, ZYN22 co-founder and instructor.

Hannah Page, social media director for ZYN22, said they chose Uptown in Dallas because they wanted to expand in that area, but they chose Southlake because of significance to the founders.

“Southlake is kind of the heart of our team,” she said, “Our two co-founders, Mark and Melissa Page, who are actually my parents, live in Southlake, and so that’s kind of where we started and just have already built a community there; so we are really, really excited to open our studio there. We think it’ll be a great success.”

Each studio will feature shops with athletic apparel, locker rooms and classes for various fitness levels.