Come feel the benefits of whole body vibration: drop by Vibeology’s open house from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 25!

Technology puts the ‘fit’ in fitness – fast!

Sidney’s Vibeology hosts open house May 25

What if you could add one element to your fitness routine that could provide an all-over workout in about a third of the time of a traditional session?

Meet Sidney’s Vibeology Fitness and Wellness Studio, incorporating whole-body vibration technology into your workout.

“Exercising on the machine recruits all your muscles, keeping them engaged for a greater workout,” explains Meghan Raza, co-owner and trainer, with Dawn Robertson.

The result is an all-over low-impact workout on one machine – with just 20 minutes equating to about an hour at a traditional gym.

Both women had experienced the benefits of whole body vibration – not only toning and weight loss, but improved core stability and alleviated lower back pain – before opening the Beacon Avenue centre in 2011. Others find help for conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, circulation concerns and injury rehabilitation.

“We have a very community-minded atmosphere, and it’s very positive. A lot of friendships are made here,” Raza says.

Vibration makes your workouts work

With adaptable workouts ideal for people of all ages and fitness levels, low-impact vibration pairs with body weight exercises such as squats or push-ups on the machine.

“Seeing people progress is so rewarding,” says Raza, who understands the excitement when a client sees the benefits vibration brings to their workout. “I had never seen results like this and I was working out in the gym all the time!”

Bill came to Vibeology after 18 months of pain and stiffness following back surgery. With noticeable improvement to his strength, tone and balance, “I went from walking about three blocks to covering five to six kilometres daily.”

Taking a personalized training approach, “it’s run as a small class of four but it’s all individualized to your needs,” Raza says.

Surprising for clients is how soon they see results and how quick the time goes when working out.

Says Susan, a regular client, “I love everything about Vibeology. It helps to keep me physically strong, flexible, toned and fit; it helps keep me mentally and emotionally centred and anchored, (the) short, sharp 20-minute training modality suits my lifestyle, and no single session is ever boring!”

Now even more to choose from

In addition to the classic Vibeology class, new classes focus on cardio, balance, core and stretching.

Options range from V-Stretch, a low-impact gentle stretch class designed to reduce stress and improve joint mobility,flexibility, balance, co-ordination, circulation and overall wellbeing, to V-Cardio Tone, a specialized in High-Intensity Interval Training session including cardio, strength, power and core – “great for heart health and torching fat while lifting your mood with heart-pounding tunes.”

Try it free!

Come feel the benefits of whole body vibration: drop by Vibeology’s open house at 108-2506 Beacon Ave. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 25 or book your free session.

And until June 30, take advantage of unlimited sessions with an introductory month for $99! Learn more at or call 778-426-2146.

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