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Getting in a solid workout while traveling often means making due with the minimal space in your hotel room or at your airport gate. But regardless of how you go about it, designing your own routine on the road tends to require exerting a lot of thought and creativity—but, perhaps not for long. ClassPass just announced a major global expansion plan that will let you book studio sessions on the go, wherever you are.

Right now, the platform for booking boutique fitness classes is in 50 cities across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia, and according to a press release, the company will launch in nine other countries by the end of the year. So, you’ll soon have an even stronger chance to put your credit system to use and try out trendy studios during your international wellness vacays.

ClassPass’ immediate focus is to expand its UK network by opening in Manchester and Bristol and also launching in three countries in Asia; then it’ll work on its presence in an additional six countries. By the end of 2019, you can expect to see ClassPass in a total of 20 other nations. Talk about wellness world domination, right?

“When we first launched in New York, the goal was always to bring ClassPass to a massive global audience, so this is a huge milestone in making that a reality.” —Payal Kadakia, ClassPass founder

“As we continue toward our vision of ‘every life, fully lived,’ this rapid expansion will allow us to positively impact the lives of even more people across the world,” ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia says in the release. “When we first launched in New York, the goal was always to bring ClassPass to a massive global audience, so this is a huge milestone in making that a reality.”

This global expansion is just one of many ways that ClassPass is blowing our wellness minds right now.

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