"BE SO COMPLETELY YOURSELF THAT EVERYONE ELSE FEELS SAFE TO BE THEMSELVES TOO."
At SculptHouse, our mission is to help our clients lead healthier, happier and more conﬁdent lives through ﬁtness and fashion. We embrace individuality, personal style and turning potential into possible.
Nothing about SculptHouse is one-size-ﬁts-all. Our workout is completely customizable to any age, gender, injury or ﬁtness level, and our boutique has a wide variety of brands, styles, and unique pieces that elevate your everyday life. We are not about comparison, but rather helping our clients become the absolute best versions of themselves to move conﬁdently through life.
We work hard, enjoy life, and practice moderation.
We celebrate our diﬀerences and encourage self expression.
We create safe, encouraging environments that build a culture of friendship, comradery and support.
We stay ahead of the curve, in ﬁtness and fashion.
We are committed to continual education and development.
We hold ourselves accountable and do everything with dignity.
Shortly after graduating from The University of Georgia, our Founder & CEO Katherine Mason moved to New York City to immerse herself in the ﬁtness industry. She didn’t know exactly where it would lead, but she knew the experience she would gain learning the ins and outs of the industry would set her up for success in her ultimate goal of starting her own business. She knew she wanted to cultivate a space combining ﬁtness and fashion, so she worked at two of the city’s most prominent luxury ﬁtness studios and signed with Wilhelmina Models Fitness Division to learn the ropes. Through her experience and personal training conversations, Katherine realized there was a void in the industry for a workout that combined a modern pilates reformer with a treadmill to get a low-impact but high intensity strength and cardio workout in one place in under an hour. After some initial thoughts around a split-format class, and using the Woodway Curve treadmill at a Runners World Magazine photoshoot, the idea of the SculptHouse machine combination and class format was born.
But the ﬁtness aspect was only half of Katherine’s vision for SculptHouse. As a model, she worked with major ﬁtness magazines and up-and-coming ﬁtness fashion brands, exposing her to the emerging athleisure industry. As a life-long athlete with an innate interest in fashion, it didn’t take her long to fall in love with this new segment of the industry. She quickly became the person back home that people would come to for advice on the newest lines and ways to elevate their activewear wardrobe, which sparked the second part of the idea for SculptHouse: an athleisure boutique.
A native of Charlotte, NC, Katherine decided to return to the South to open the ﬁrst SculptHouse, using her UGA network to help spread the word and launch the ﬁrst SculptHouse studio and boutique in Buckhead Atlanta.
Katherine moves to NYC to work in the ﬁtness industry and comes up with the idea for SculptHouse.
Katherine moves to Atlanta. Construction starts on ﬁrst SculptHouse studio.
SculptHouse opens the doors to its ﬁrst studio in Buckhead Atlanta.
SculptHouse gains local and national recognition, appearing in SELF magazine and winning multiple “Best of Atlanta” awards.
SculptHouse opens studios in Nashville and Sandy Springs.
SculptHouse opens studio in Dallas. Launches new e-commerce site and Amazon storefront.