Living in New Orleans has many perks, but we think one of the best is the top-notch instructors who call this city home. From spirited spinners to uplifting yogis and beyond, ClassPassers in New Orleans have access to amazing workouts taught by knowledgeable and inspiring instructors — but which deserve the top honors? We asked and you answered — these are New Orleans’ Best Instructors of 2017!
Fabiola Divins | CycleBar NOLA Uptown
“Fabiola’s energy and positivity make her classes the best at her studio. She always has great music and finds that perfect blend of inspiring and balanced enthusiasm.” –Nicole
“Fabiola is so upbeat and positive! It was by far the best class I have taken in New Orleans.” –Jenna
Jon Sloan | ROMNEY STUDIOS
“Jon is incredibly welcoming and energetic. He is a fabulous instructor who provides lots of instruction in challenging and fun workouts. His choreography is the best spin choreography I’ve ever had and his playlists are second-to-none. He’s so incredibly nice and flexible with clients and takes the time to learn peoples’ name. Truly one of the best fitness instructors I have ever had!” –Joan
“Jon has such inspiring energy and takes time to get to know each of his clients’ names. His classes are the best workouts because he inspires you to push to the next level. It is not hard to see that he loves what he is doing.” –Maggie
“I have never taken any kind of group exercise class before ClassPass came to New Orleans. I was very intimidated by the idea of boutique studios. I was worried about being judged that I did not know how to clip in and out of a spin bike or what to even do on the megaformer! I was scared I wouldn’t be able to keep up with everyone else because I had no idea what I was doing! Jon is so nice, friendly and welcoming to everyone that walks through the door. He is so encouraging and makes you feel like you’re part of the community at Romney. His classes are so fun and I always leave feeling very inspired and accomplished. At the end of every class, I already can’t wait to come back.” –Cait