April Community Calendar



Propel Water Sampling - Tuesday, April 4th from 7:30a - 10:45a

Catered Fit Sampling - Tuesday, April 11th from 7:30a - 10:45a

Catered Fit Sampling - Tuesday, April 18th from 5:30p - 7:45p

Matcha Love Sampling - Friday, April 21st from 7:30a - 10:30a

Kona Deep Water Sampling - Saturday, April 29th 7:30a - 11:00a 


West Hollywood

Oui Juice Sampling -  Saturday, April 8th from 8:30a - 11:45a

 Bare Snacks Sampling - Wednesday, April 12th - All day 

Catered Fit Sampling - Friday, April 14th from 7:30a - 10:30a 

Matcha Love Sampling - Sunday, April 16th from 8:00a - 12:00p

Oui Juice Sampling - Saturday, April 22nd from 8:30a - 11:45a

Kona Deep Water Sampling - Saturday, April 29th from 8:30a - 11:30a

March M.V.B: Tana Jamieson

March M.V.B: Tana Jamieson

On September 20, 2008 Tana walked through the door ready to take her first Burn class at 5:45am.  This week was her 835th class! ( That’s 2-3 classes a week for 9 straight years.)

As if that number isn't impressive enough, 90% of her classes have been at 5:45am or 6:00aMonday- Friday and the remaining 10% were at 7:00a or9:15a on Sunday.

We are proud to announce that Tana Jamieson is our Most Valuable Burner of the Month. 

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Welcome to WEHO Nick Ekbatani

Get to know the newest member of the Burn 60 WEHO family...


Where are you originally from?

Born and raised in Los Angeles

What inspired you to become a trainer?

After losing 100 lbs following my football career, I became very passionate about fitness and helping people attain their goals. After I lost my leg, I saw a tremendous opportunity to motivate and inspire people by remaining undeterred with my fitness endeavors despite my limitations. I hope to lead by example and help everyone believe that anything is possible if we stay consistent. 

What drives you?

I am inspired by inspiring people. I am obsessed with personal breakthrough and want to impact as many people as I can while still here. I love to think that we are all on the same team and that we can rise even greater by uplifting each other. 

What can people expect when they come to your class?

High energy, tough work, huge passion, no filter, and a whole lot of love. Oh…and banging music!!


Community Calendar: February


My Fit Foods Sampling - Tuesday, February 7th from 8:30a - 12:00p

RX Bar Sampling - Sunday, February 12th ALL DAY 

Catered Fit Sampling - Sunday, February 14th from 7:00a -12:00p

Kore Kitchen Sampling - Saturday, February 18th from 9:00a - 12:00p

Leaner Creamer Sampling - Sunday, February 19th from 8:00a - 12:00p 

Catered Fit Sampling - Thursday, February 23rd from 7:00a - 12:00p 


West Hollywood:

Catered Fit Samplings - Wednesday, February 8th from 7:00a - 10:45a

Oui Juice Pop-Up - Thursday, February 9th from 8:00a - 12:00p

Alchemy Heath and Food Labs Pop-Up - Saturday, February 11th from 9:00a - 12:00p

Lorna Jane Trunk Show - Saturday, February 18th from 9:00 - 12:00p

Catered Fit Sampling - Saturday, February 25th from 9:00a - 12:00p

Harmless Harvest - Sunday, February 26th from 9:00a - 12:00p

January Burner of the Month: Amy Sommer

January Burner of the Month: Amy Sommer

966 classes ago Amy Sommer stumbled into Burn 60 in search of a new workout.  Since July 2006, Sommer has BURNed through a miscarriage, a pregnancy and is now even more devoted than ever because of her Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis in November 2015. Over the last 10 years, Amy has taken an average of 100 classes a year or at least 2 classes a week. She epitomizes dedication and a commitment to health in spite of of her circumstances. 

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Community Calendar: January


High Brew Coffee Sampling - Thursday, Jan 26  6:45a -12:15

Catered Fit Sampling - Sunday Jan 29 9:00a - 12:00p

Tennis Ball Tuesday - Tuesday Jan 31 All Day

West Hollywood: 

High Brew Coffee Sampling - Thursday, Jan 19 6:45a - 12:00p

Sunday 11:00a class switching to Express 45 - Sunday, Jan 22

Harmless Harvest Coconut Water Sampling - Sunday Jan 22 9:00a - 11:30a

Tennis Ball Tuesday - Tuesday, Jan 31 All Day

Happy Hour on the Patio - Every Friday at 5:30p after class

The Recovery Tool You Never Thought Of... Acupuncture

The second installment in our November Challenge Recovery Series comes from long time Burn FAM member Nell Smircina! As clinic manager of Emperor's College Acupuncture Clinic, shes a firm believer in the benefits of acupuncture as a recovery tool. Ready for some knowledge? Cause it's coming at ya....

An important aspect of training is recovery. It is often overlooked- we are constantly pushing ourselves in work, exercise and life in general and often forget to take a breather. When you’re looking to improve your level of fitness, whether for cardiovascular/strength training goals or for overall health, utilizing different resources for recovery is extremely important. The better you recover, the better your future progress will be. If you are pushing yourself to your limit in this awesome November Challenge, don’t forget to give your body the recovery it needs. A tool you may not have considered for athletic recovery: Acupuncture!

3 reasons acupuncture helps with athletic recovery:

 It affects sleep

Do you have trouble falling asleep? Staying asleep? Or just not getting enough of it? Acupuncture helps regulate the endocrine system and has a tremendous effect on hormone regulation, so it can greatly benefit sleep. Sleep for athletic recovery is critical. The release of human growth hormone (important for muscle repair and recovery) is increased during sleep. Certain activities associated with digestion, cell repair, and growth are often greatest during sleep, which also speaks to its importance for muscle repair.  Poor sleep is also linked to an increase in cortisol which can affect blood sugar regulation in the body. So, if you aren’t having the length or quality of sleep your body needs, your overall recovery will be inhibited.

It boosts the immune system

As we push ourselves, our body expends energy and often can get to a point of feeling run down because the energy once used to protect us from pathogens is being burned off by activity. There is nothing wrong with pushing ourselves, but we need to make sure to keep our immune system strong in order to not be susceptible to disease. Studies have shown acupuncture to be effective in increasing T-cells, which help kill bacteria and viruses in the body. The healthier you stay, the more you can get out of your fitness goals.   

It aids in musculoskeletal recovery and helps with muscle soreness and pain

Acupuncture is a microtrauma, so when a small needle is placed in a specific area on the body, it calls the body’s attention to that area. Just like when you have a bruise, the body is told to send immune modulators to that area. When you’re looking to repair any breakdown that’s going on with your muscles, targeting these sore areas is important. Acupuncture helps increase circulation to those muscles- and more blood flow = a greater capacity to decrease the trauma and increase the capacity to heal and recover from vigorous exercise.

Consider adding acupuncture to your recovery regimen. It could be a game changer in your fitness journey! 

Ready to give acupuncture treatment a try? Nell has put together some amazing treatment discounts for Burn 60 clients... 

  • Purchase 5 sessions for $420 ($130 savings) 
  • Purchase 1 session for $150 and receive 20% off your returning visit.


Community Calendar: Nov 14 - 30

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November 14 - 20


W. Hollywood

  • Tuesday, November 15th - Bare Snack Sampling
  • Wednesday, November 16th - Bro 60 Movember Workout @ 7:00
  • Friday, November 18th - Happy Hour @ 6:45 after class


November 17-30


  • Tuesday, November 29th - Tennis Ball Tuesday
  • Wednesday, November 30th - 30 Day Challenge Ends


  • Tuesday, November 29th - Tennis Ball Tuesday
  • Wednesday, November 30th - 30 Day Challenge Ends