When can I book my course?

You can book & manage your classes anytime and anywhere via smartphone, tablet or PC and have access to the online course plan from anywhere. This means that you can book or cancel your favourite courses at any time. You can check 24 hours a day whether there is still a place available for your next class.

Our booking software offers you various possibilities to view the dates. You can display a calendar view of all dates or a list view of classes, courses or workshops.

All dates

You can see the next course dates in the form of a calendar. You can use the arrows next to the date to jump to the next and previous week. This view is ideal if you want to get a quick overview of the current week.

List view of individual categories

In the selection above you can select different list views. Here you can see individual views of the courses, classes or workshops. This gives you an overview of all start times at a glance.

In addition, you can also display an overview of various products. For this you can click on the field "Prices" at the top and book a product directly.

How do I register?

You can register directly by booking a course. This is how you proceed:

Step 1: In the course plan you can see the current dates (classes, courses, dates).

Step 2: Choose your desired course by clicking on "Book".

Step 3: You will now be taken to the course overview, where you can now decide on a contract and/or, for example, a 10-credit pass. Click on "Book" again.

Step 4: To complete the booking you need a fitogram account. If you don't have one yet, you can enter your first name, last name, email and a password at the bottom of the page.

Step 5: After you have completed the registration process, you can select a payment method with which to pay for your credit pass (e.g. bank transfer) and complete the process by clicking on the button "Place order".

Done! With your fitogram account you can also book, manage and cancel courses in the future. 

You can find out how to manage and cancel your appointments in the article "Manage and cancel events".

 

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