Classes in Brooklyn

Up to 52% Off Music Lessons at Williamsburg School of Music

Williamsburg School of Music


$120 $59

Expert instructors lead students of all levels through lessons on the piano, guitar, drums, or voice

Up to 53% Off Organic Brunch Class



$40 $19

Learn healthy, organic brunch recipes and general nutrition tips while you enjoy a decadent meal with coffee and tea

Up to 72% Off Sewing Classes

BYC Sewing Studio


$199 $59

Learn sewing skills such as attaching zippers, pattern making, or quilting

Turn Skin into Artwork During a Body-Painting Party with Live Jazz

Painting Party and Jazz Concert


$25 $25

After champagne and snacks, master painter Danny Setiawan guides guests as they paint each other's bodies and pose for pro photographers

Up to 55% Off Painting Sessions

Art By The Glazz LLC

Multiple Locations

$55 $27

Recreate a vibrant landscape, city scene, or still life while sipping wine, or arrange a creative party or teambuilding activity

Up to 38% Off Drink & Draw Art Class

The Living Gallery

Bedford - Stuyvesant

$20 $15

Sketchers indulge in provided wine while drawing live models or grooving to ever-changing lineup of bands and DJs

Up to 46% Off Mixology Course

Huckleberry Bar


$60 $39

Expert mixologists detail proper techniques for making upscale cocktails while having students taste drink ingredients individually

46% Off Jewelry Making

Happenstance Jewelry Studio


$105 $57

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70% Off Yoga Classes

Yoga Alive

Clinton Hill

$140 $42

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51% Off Slipper-Making Classes

How To Make Boots From Your Garage

Boerum Hill

$79 $39

Create plaster casts of your feet and learn how to sew custom-designed slippers at a workshop in a full shoe-production facility

74% Off Soap-Making Classes

Brooklyn Creative Studio


$265 $79

The four-hour soap-making class includes all the supplies; a snack and a beverage are included

Half Off Kombucha-Making Class

Kombucha Brooklyn


$40 $20

The two-hour class covers kombucha basics, from the art of brewing the probiotic tea to tips for kombucha-based cocktails

Up to 57% Off Jewelry Making and Supplies

Brooklyn Bead Box

Boerum Hill

$40 $19

Strands of semiprecious beads, gold chains, and assorted crafting tools fill shop that hosts three levels of beading classes

Up to 78% Off at The Exercise Studio

The Exercise Studio


$110 $39

Instructors lead fitness classes such as Zumba for women, and yoga classes for both men and women, all of which help strengthen muscles

Up to 54% Off Yoga

Abhaya Yoga


$150 $69

Yoga classes inside a studio filled with natural light and sweeping skyline views

Brooklyn Glass – Up to 47% Off Glass-Making Class

Brooklyn Glass


$150 $80

An experienced artist teaches students to mold beads and other artwork using a torch and molten glass

Up to 71% Off Classes at Hot Spot Yoga in Brooklyn

Hot Spot Yoga

Sheepshead Bay

$100 $35


In a studio heated up to 100 degrees, instructors lead students of all levels through 60-minute Vinyasa-yoga classes

Up to 69% Off at Yoga People

Yoga People

Downtown Brooklyn

$85 $29

Energizing yoga with a flow, recommended for all body types

65% Off Yoga Classes

Church Avenue Yoga And Bodywork Center


$85 $30

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After earning his BFA at the nationally renowned Rhode Island School of Design, Kevin Tarasuk began exhibiting his darkly surreal paintings at galleries around his hometown of Miami before making the move to New York City. Now, he helms the Painting Lounge, a personable art studio where students learn the proper techniques of painting, such as composition, shading, and glaring at clocks until they melt. In workshops, Tarasuk has earned praise from his ecstatic students, who have heralded him as “a very, very talented artist” and “a patient and engaging teacher.”

438 Union Ave.

Silky's Brooklyn’s team of skilled screenprinters bedeck T-shirts, posters, and canvases with custom-inked designs that reflect each member’s avant-garde sensibilities. Wielding plastisol and water-based inks, artists adorn otherwise humdrum garments with up to six spot colors. Silky's artists can also adorn surfaces with specialty hues including fluorescent and metallic shade, and offer Pantone and sample color matching to ensure that no customer leaves without the ability to blend in with their chartreuse kitchen counters.

1087 Flushing Avenue

Brooklyn Academy of Music is Frommer's recommended and received a four-star average rating from Yelpers:

651 Fulton St

The calm and cozy yogary offers a soothing sanctuary from the stress, stimulants, and screeching tea kettles that pollute the natural placidity of the urban city. Sangha Yoga Shala is dedicated to spreading the inner-calming side effects of yoga to novices and experienced yogis alike and offers six types of classes. Whet your muscles with the beginner or intermediate Vinyasa class, soak up the calming powers of a candlelight flow class, or explore an adventurous side by trying the Iyengar rope wall, a strengthening class that incorporates props to strengthen and align the body. With two to six classes daily, Sangha's schedule offers convenient scheduling options for busyheads.

107 North 3rd Street

Go Yoga molds limber bodies and dexterous minds with refined, Vinyasa-style instruction. During GoFundamentals sessions, pupils synchronize basic postures and rhythmic breathing to cure contagious hiccups and ignite caloric bonfires. In addition to leading intentions and dedications, the zen mentors at Go Yoga enlist meditations and Tibetan Buddhist teachings to inspire creative pose sequences in the GoDeeper tutorials. The staff members also flex their brains' ecologically and locally conscious muscles with a commitment to environmental sustainability and by hosting events and workshops that foster an intimate yoga community.

112 North 6th Street

Bodhisattva Yoga's duo of yogis guide intimately sized classes through a signature synthesis of Vinyasa styles. Classes range from the neophyte-friendly kshanti style, which teaches patience and beginner breathing, as well as energetic Ananda flows, which sport upbeat music that makes visitors feel like they've entered a hot club where everyone sits still. The teachers adjust exercises day-to-day to accommodate each group's abilities, gearing their strengthening and toning demonstrations to the class's average capabilities. Comfortable clothes grant ease of movement while yoga mats ($1 rental) make for a comfortable posing session or a delectable after-session snack.

442 9th St