Ypsi Studio is a small fitness and wellness center in downtown Ypsilanti, Michigan. We have been making people stronger and healthier since 2004. We provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere, while catering to each client’s individual needs. We practice a holistic approach to fitness, with an emphasis on wellness and well-being.
Julia Collins is the owner of Ypsi Studio and Julia Collins Fitness. Julia is an ACE-certified personal trainer, a Level III willPower&grace® instructor, a Schwinn certified indoor cycling coach, an NAFC Group Ex Master Trainer, a POP Pilates Master Trainer, a Buti Yoga instructor, a and certified in CPR and first aid. She is also an Ambassador for Vibram Five Fingers®, Lole®, and India Hicks®.
Julia says, “I encourage a well-rounded program of cardiovascular work, resistance and strength training, as well as thorough stretching. I LOVE designing programs that involve little or no equipment – the most effective exercises involve resistance and our own bodies. How cool that you don’t need to hunt down a gym when you’re traveling! I also design programs with free weights, resist-a-balls, Bosu, medicine balls and resistance bands.”
What do clients have to say about Julia and the Studio? “Full body strengthening that pushes me to the next level each time!” Z.M., Julia Collins Fitness personal training client
“It’s been a week since I started and I am in love with this Studio! there’s something for everyone! I can see myself finally get the motivation needed to get healthy!” S.L., new Ypsi Studio client
“Personal attention, inexpensive, friendly, and results driven studio! Fun classes, great teachers, and knowledgeable trainers. It’s a well run spot for which I’m very grateful.” E.G., repeat customer
“Great place to get back on track or maintain your workout. Comfortable for all women, men too.” J.K., grateful exerciser
Location of Ypsi Studio
Ypsi Studio is located in downtown Ypsilanti, Michigan, right on Michigan Avenue across from Red Rock and next to Bona Sera. Please see below for a map of our exact location:
*The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recommends that men over 45 and women over 55 with 2 or more positive cardiovascular risk factors have a physician-supervised maximal graded exercise test before taking part in any vigorous exercise.