Fitness Classes in Grant Park


10 or 20 Yoga Sessions at Hotlanta Yoga (Up to 60% Off)

Hotlanta Yoga

Old Fourth Ward

Variety of daily yoga classes for all levels

$100 $41

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Yoga Classes at All Life is Yoga (Up to 58% Off)

All Life is Yoga

Inman Park

The specialized Yoga studio offers alignment-based postures and breathing techniques, meditation, nutrition and lifestyle education.

$84 $38

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5 or 10 Deep-Stretch Positive-Mind Yoga Classes at The Healing Room (Up to 48% Off)

The Healing Room

The Healing Room Decatur

Deep-stretch positive-mind yoga classes help fight back pain, muscle soreness, and hip problems

$90 $50

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Four or Eight Twerk-Fit, Pole-Fit or Other Naughty Fitness Classes at Dance 411 Studios (Up to 71% Off)

Dance 411 Studios

Atlanta

Ladies tighten and tone with naughty fitness classes that use seductive pole, twerk, and other sultry dance techniques

$80 $27

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$40 for 10 Classes at Sacred Sweat Yoga ($100 Value)

Sacred Sweat Yoga

Sacred Sweat Yoga

Hot yoga classes such as Mindful Hot and {sacred} sweat encourage muscles and minds to loosen and move more freely

$100 $40

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5 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Agni Power Yoga (Up to 52% Off)

Agni Power Yoga

Agni Power Yoga

Power-yoga sequences challenge students of all skill levels with fluid postures and breath work

$65 $31

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$66 for $120 Groupon — DCBodyworks

Dcbodyworks

Mechanicsville

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$120 $66

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3, 6 or 10 One-Hour Personal-Training Sessions at 90-Second Fitness Atlanta (Up to 52% Off)

90-Second Fitness Atlanta

90-Second Fitness Atlanta

Emphasizing exercises that take a few minutes a day, personal trainer works one-on-one with clients to help them burn fat and tone muscle

$120 $65

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  • Go Hard Fitness Bootcamp
    Go Hard Fitness Bootcamp pushes its participants toward their heights of health and peaks of personal wellness with a curriculum based around strength training, cardiovascular endurance, and smart eating habits. Classes are tailored with all fitness levels in mind, allowing bodybuilders and sofa security guards alike to benefit from the instruction. Under the encouraging guidance of the boot camp’s instructors, boot campers will evict any fat currently squatting in the body's apartments, while also toning up muscles and spit-shining self-esteem. Class sizes run between 15 and 20 participants per four-week session, allowing Go Hard Fitness Bootcamp clients to benefit from one-on-one tutelage from the trainer. Email, call, or messenger-pigeon to register for a month of boot camp with Go Hard Fitness Bootcamp. Sessions start on the first and the 15th of each month.
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    840 Cherokee Avenue Southeast
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Atlanta Body Project
    Run by USMC Iraq war veteran, Jake McIntyre, this workout is intense for professionals and beginners. No matter your fitness level, you can complete the program and come back for more.
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    515 Kelly St SE
    Atlanta, GA US
  • All Life is Yoga
    The instructors at All Life is Yoga teach Purna Yoga, a discipline that encompasses not just movement, but an entire lifestyle. This holistic approach combines classes with meditation, philosophy, and even diet?there are cleanse programs that coincide with the teachings in the studio. The discipline aims to address every aspect of well-being in its efforts to help adherents live more joyful lives. Instructor Rutu Chaudhari, began her yoga studies in 1999 and has a 2000 hour certification with additional training in therapeutics and meditation. She administers yoga therapy to clients with injuries or ailments, ranging from hip replacements to fibromyalgia. Rutu?director of the College of Purna Yoga in Atlanta?has taught at the Southeast Yoga Conference for the past three years. She has also assisted yoga master Aadil Palkhivala with workshops and teacher training.
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    228 Powell Street Southeast
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Crossfit On The Move
    The 3,200-square-foot fitness emporium boasts diverse equipment, certified, motivated trainers, and an inimitable approach to workouts not found at traditional gyms. Steeped in the CrossFit style, the energetic establishment tweaks routines to imitate everyday movements and cranks them up to high intensity for the ultimate experience in muscle building and caloric arson.
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    290 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SE
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Kaiser Permanente
    As U.S. Olympian Jeff Galloway, race director for the Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk told The Weekly, “What makes this program unique is that it’s not just a one-day event.” The race begins two months before the starting gun fires with a free eight-week training program, whose curriculum Galloway designed. Galloway describes the weekly sessions, created to foster fitness among corporate employees and people with essentially sedentary jobs, as “a perfect way to help someone get started with a fitness program,” much like a treadmill that emails embarrassing photos of its owner when no one is running on it. During the culminating race, The Weekly predicts a turnout of more than 15,000 runners and walkers, affiliated with more than 350 companies. The throng departs from the Turner Field starting line, chugging through the route to collect finishing commemorative T-shirts and the cheers of high-school gym coaches at the awards ceremony.
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    755 Hank Aaron Drive Southwest
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Condition Kettlebell Gym ATLANTA
    Kettlebells originated in Russia, which explains why they are often weighed by the pood—a Russian unit of weight equivalent to roughly 36 pounds—and why fitness guru Delaine Ross chose to learn from Strong First chairman Pavel Tsatsouline and is one of 39 instructors worldwide who can teach its certification. Ross helms Condition Kettlebell Gym, a boutique fitness studio with classes that center on the spherical, handled weights. Studio workouts, held up to six times daily, unfold in a spartan studio with exposed brick walls decorated only with pull-up bars and ropes. Before they can access drop-in classes, students must attend introductory sessions to learn basic kettlebell lifts, and to never work out near an enormous electromagnet.
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    659 Auburn Ave. NE
    Atlanta, GA US

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