Premium Coworking Space by Life Time
Life Time Work is the first and only coworking concept for discerning professionals that combines exceptional workspaces with a world-class health club experience.
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Elevate Every Day
Smart workspace design. Luxury amenities. A vibrant community. We’ve designed each Life Time Work location to support every aspect of your healthy workday.
- Ergonomic furnishings
- Private phone rooms
- Responsive tech support
- Fresh coffee and healthy snacks
- Eco-friendly practices
- Monthly member events
160+ Athletic Country Clubs Across North America
Big endorphins mean better productivity at work. Luxurious ways to relax mean lower stress levels. And easy access to hundreds of club locations means you can do it all — from anywhere.
Membership benefits include:
- Expansive workout floors with cutting-edge equipment
- 90+ weekly yoga, cycle, barre, strength and cardio classes
- Indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and steam rooms
- Basketball courts and racquet sports
- Dynamic Personal Training and Signature Group Training
- Kids Academy access
Amenities vary by location and may require additional fees.
Our Corporate Wellness Solutions
Now you can help your employees stay active, informed and inspired — no matter where they are. With in-club or digital membership offerings, Life Time provides the flexibility and support to reach your entire team.
View our top resources to stay inspired and up to date on all things work-related. From increasing your productivity to building better time management habits — it’s all here.
10 Ways to Get Better at Time Management
By Oliver Burkeman
Much advise on getting things done implicitly promises that it'll help you get everything important done, but that's impossible, and struggling to get there will only make you busier. It's better to begin from the assumption that tough choices are inevitable and to focus on the making them consciously and well
6 Ways a Coworking Space Can Enhance Your Productivity
By Callie Fredrickson
In the past individuals' work environments typically fell into one of two camps: office in a corporate building or out of their own home. The pandemic forced millions to quickly transition to the latter, working fully at home.
How to Be an Ally to Women in the Workplace
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Be aware of gender bias. Put simply, gender bias is a preference for one gender over another. It's a form of unconscious bias, or implicit bias, that affects our attitudes and behaviours toward one gender through our own education, background, or perspective.