Gyms in Asheville

55% Off Private Martial Arts Lessons by Master David Culp

Martial Flow / Dynamic Spirit Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

$40 $18

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50% Off Zumba at Christine’s Cardio Fitness

Christine’s Cardio Fitness

Asheville

$4.80 $2.40

Enthusiastic teachers lead 50 & 30-minute workouts filled with Latin-inspired dance moves, muscle-toning exercises, and rhythmic world music

80% Off at Tiger Bang's Martial Arts Academy

Tiger Bang's Martial Arts Academy

Candler

$250 $49

One-month trial of unlimited martial-arts classes; choose from tae kwon do, hap ki do, and tae moo do

87% Off Gym Membership to LT's Primal Fitness

LT's Primal Fitness

Asheville

$230 $29

Expert instructors watch over hard-working exercisers as they climb ropes and lift weights during challenging daily workouts.

Up to 62% Off Bootcamp Classes

SuperFit of Western North Carolina

On Location

$180 $69

Certified trainers lead challenging workouts while encouraging students of all ages to pursue healthy lifestyles through proper nutrition

52% Off Summer Classes at The Little Gym

Little Gym of Asheville

Asheville

$185.83 $89

Kids aged 4 months to 12 years develop motor, social, and creative skills in classes that meet once a week for 10 weeks

Up to 82% Off Pool and Gym Membership

Southeastern Fitness and Rehabilitation

Asheville

$135 $29

Free weights, strength machines, and cardio machines mingle with an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, and hot tub

Up to 61% Off Hot Yatra Yoga Classes

Anjali Hot Yatra Yoga

Biltmore Forest

$99 $49

Instructors guide groups through coordinated breathing techniques and vinyasa flow poses during classes heated to 94-98 degrees

61% Off Yoga or Expressive-Dance Classes

Asheville Community Yoga

Woodfin

$100 $39

Donation-based yoga studio's experienced instructors share yoga workouts with students from all walks of life

50% Off Opening Day of Yoga Rocks the Park

Yoga Rocks the Park

Pack Square Park - Roger McGuire Green

$30 $15

75-minute group yoga classes combine postures with music and great outdoors

Up to 62% Off Karate Birthday Party or Martial Arts Lessons

Croley's Premier Martial Arts

Asheville

$199 $99

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Instructors can teach students self-defense, confidence, and perseverance skills in martial-arts classes

Up to 75% Off Dog and Human Bootcamp

Thank Dog! Bootcamp

Asheville

$126 $39

Humans and dogs workout together during 60-minute bootcamps; introductory obedience lesson gets dogs up to speed

79% Off at Asheville Sun Soo Tae Kwon Do

Asheville Sun Soo Tae Kwon Do

Asheville

$185 $39

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One-hour martial-arts classes are separated by age and skill level to help students build technique at their own pace; uniform included

Up to 55% Off Cardio Kickboxing Lessons

9Round

Multiple Locations

$60 $27

Clients burn up to 500 calories during 30-minute cardio kickboxing workouts divided into 3-minute intervals

65% Off CrossFit

Crossfit 828

Asheville

$150 $53

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After meeting in a yoga class, JP and Cassie McClellan went on to earn certification from the government of India in classical yoga, a qualification they draw on today as they lead yoga classes that incorporate modern innovations. JP's background includes a stint at Plum Village, the monastery of zen master Thich Nhat Hanh. Cassie has practiced yoga since her late teens, and her practice went from a luxury to a life-long necessity after a car accident.

As certified Baptiste Power yoga instructors, the McClellans teach students Baron Baptiste's approach to yoga, which borrows from an array of yoga styles such as Bikram and Iyengar. Inside their heated studio, JP and Cassie guide students through a 60- to 90-minute sequence that was designed to condition NFL athletes, helping to tone their bodies, strengthen their minds, and soothe their shoulder pads. Their 1,200-square-foot studio boasts green initiatives such as LEED-certified paints and cork and bamboo floors that are soft on the feet.

65A Biltmore Ave.
Asheville,
NC
US

Each of YMCA of Western North Carolina's five branches and 19 childcare sites remains true to its lasting mission of physical and social enrichment for men, women, and kids of all ages. Staff members uphold the YMCA’s core values of honesty, caring, responsibility, and respect as they invest in their community’s children and strengthen family bonds critically weakened by overzealous games of Monopoly. They pump up adult fitness regimens with aquatic fitness and boot-camp classes, basketball courts, and personal-training sessions. They’ve also filled their fitness centers with free weights, cardio equipment, and weight machines. When they’re not helping adults trim down waistlines during cardio-dance and aerobics classes, staff members are getting back in touch with their inner children. They stimulate imagination, mental development, and growth as they lead more than 200 programs, including children’s day camps, after-school programs, and dance classes.

40 N Merrimon Ave.
Asheville,
NC
US

C.O.R.E. krav maga––a threefold philosophy of self-defense that is ethical, pragmatic, and dynamic––serves as the foundation for Asheville Integrated's hands-on martial-arts classes, during which trainers teach students how to protect themselves in real-world scenarios while conditioning and strengthening their bodies. Using elements of the C.O.R.E. krav maga model, martial-arts instructors also host self-defense classes specifically catered to women and children, helping them build balance, coordination, and the wherewithal to defend themselves in the face of violence. Asheville Integrated Combatives' programs evolve based on feedback from the community, local law enforcement, and burgeoning muscles that pen thank-you notes to staff members.

606 New Leicester Highway
Asheville,
NC
US

Taking a note out of the playbook from many police academies and military special operations units, CrossFit Pisgah’s seasoned trainers lead small groups through a constantly rotating fitness regimen that fuses cardio work and strength training for a highly intense total body workout. Inside the no-frills gym, participants—with the encouragement of motivational instructors and other students—perform functional exercises based of off movements found in everyday life, from squats reminiscent of picking up heavy laundry baskets to weight lifts evocative of hoisting lazy husbands onto the roof to clean the gutters.

151 W Haywood St.
Asheville,
NC
US

At Summit CrossFit, the house rules are probably a bit different than what you'd see at a standard gym. They call for all exercisers to check their egos at the door. With no pretension or mid-workout autograph signings to bog it down, it essentially has created a community of like-minded exercisers. When everyone is an active participant, they collectively battle group sessions. They can grunt through squats, presses, dead lifts, and other functional movements, all of which get incorporated into CrossFit's intense workouts of the day.

21 McArthur Lane
Asheville,
NC
US

Certified by the American Fitness Professionals & Associates and the American College of Sports Medicine, Lucy Thrasher leads exercisers through challenging workouts of the day. The ever-changing routines whip bodies into shape with various techniques, whether it’s building muscles with interval training or learning self-defense moves from an Asheville police officer. In addition, nutritional coaching ensures pounds lost in exercise don’t find their way back home.

95 Thompson Street
Asheville,
NC
US