Health & Fitness in Buffalo

Up to 58% Off Zumba or Pilates Classes

One Up Sports Performance and Wellness


$50 $24

Zumba workouts toast calories with aerobic routines and Pilates sessions incorporate precise movements to tone and strengthen cores

51% Off One Month of Cross-Training Classes

Jeremy Guarino at Build a Machine Fitness


$100 $49

Jeremy leads three 60-minute cross-training classes per week and modifies moves to tailor workouts for every fitness level in the room

Up to 69% Off Weight Loss Hypnosis Session

WNY Integrative Hypnosis and Wellness

West Seneca

$240 $75

Hypnotists help clients actively and passively change habits by offering a combination of hypnosis with nutrition counseling sessions

Up to 44% Off Fitness

716 Fitness

Delaware - West Ferry

$25 $14

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

Up to 68% Off Boot-Camp Classes

Red Dragon School of Martial Arts Inc.


$59 $19

Students build strength by working various parts of the body and muscle groups during classes

Up to 76% Off Kickboxing Classes with Gloves

Pride Martial Arts


$120 $29

Beginners to advanced students can fulfill a New Year's resolution by getting fit with fast-paced kickboxing classes; gloves are included

Up to 51% Off Jazz-Dance Fitness Classes

Suzy's Jazzyobics


$35 $17

Instructor Suzy follows a recipe of jazz-inspired dance, upbeat music, and a hearty helping of fun to help exercisers shimmy off pounds

83% Off a Three-Pack of Professional Teeth-Whitening Pens



$117 $19.99

Convenient, portable pen's professional-grade gel erases unsightly stains; redeemable in store or online

Up to 67% Off at Evolation Yoga Buffalo



$125 $59

Trained instructors use an inclusive approach to teach students Vinyasa, hot yoga, and meditation

Up to 67% Online Classes from

Online Deal

$24 $15.99

Online yoga site features more than 400 yoga classes for streaming or downloading in variety of styles, levels, and themes

Up to 61% Off Membership to Victor Dean Training

Victor Dean Training


$34 $15

Build up health with access to advanced equipment, cardio machines, and free weights

60% Off a 10-Day Yoga Workshop

Have Mat Will Travel

Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo

$350 $140

Yogi Gary Majchrzak leads a transformative kundalini yoga course that can help rejuvenate the body and expand consiousness

Select Local Merchants

The Pilates Loft's owner, Beth Elkins, is not only a Core Dynamics–certified instructor, but also the creator of her own version of Pilates dubbed the Elkins Method Pilates technique. Between the exposed brick walls of her boutique studio, Beth and her two instructors teach her core-strengthening method to students of all levels during mat and tower equipment classes. By keeping each class in a private, two-person, or small group format, instructors can give one-on-one attention to each student to ensure every stomach curl, leg lift, and arm detachment exercise is performed safely.

166 Allen St

Licensed massage therapist and registered yoga teacher Quinn Caya has dedicated his life to sharing his extensive awareness of the dynamic relationship between structure and energy through the practice of yoga, massage, ping pong, and Reiki therapy. The Swedish is the most popular way to improve circulation and erase tension, and the shiatsu is a needle-less way to reap the benefits of Chinese acupuncture by awakening the body's energy meridians. If you’ve been pounding the pavement in preparation for a marathon or enduring rigorous training, recharge with the sports massage, designed to enhance endurance and reduce recovery time. Quinn's widespread knowledge of the human body is projected through his hands during a specialized Reiki therapy session, a form of palm therapy and touch delivered electro-magnetic treatment that transfers healing energy into the patient, and has been known to disorient migrating birds.

425 Elmwood Avenue

A Hatha Yoga Studio in Buffalo, NY offering Iyengar-based, Anusara-based, Vinyasa Yoga, Beginners & Intro yoga classes plus Meditation, Private Sessions, Therapeutic Yoga, Qigong & Tai Chi, Dance Meditation, Holistic Consultations and more!

5225 Sheridan Drive

Members at Curves, a fitness center designed exclusively for women, rotate around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with female bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage participants’ machine maneuvering and muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing momentum, the hydraulic machines use your own body weight, fitness level, and aerodynamic water bottle to create resistance that matches abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.

1363 Delaware Ave

Equipment: Vault Boxes, Spring Floor, Parkour Obstacles, Rail System, Warped Wall
Students should bring: Clean Shoes
Average class length: 60–90 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Established: 2014
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Be creative and try something new with your friends

In summing up his gym's philosophy, co-owner Brian Sieteski puts it simply: "Parkour does not discriminate, everyone is welcome." At The Next Level Buffalo, the US Army veteran and his staff call upon their collective passion for movement to help students consider new ways of interacting with the objects surrounding them. Throughout the two-room facility, participants vault over bars and obstacles during parkour classes and free-running sessions or practice tumbling on a springboard floor.

80 Earhart Drive

Gary Majchrzak has traveled the world in search of meaning and spiritual awakening, but his journey began in the unlikeliest of places. In the musty confines of a public library in Buffalo, Majchrzak was first introduced to hatha yoga in a book that illustrated the style's distinctive poses and practices. That book planted a seed that would grow for 25 years, until he took a trip to Europe and a sequence of remarkable events found him trekking through the Himalayas in Nepal.

Fast-forward another couple of decades. Majchrzak is now a full-fledged yogi who runs workshops and classes in kundalini yoga, a style he learned in Seattle from Yogi Vikashananda and practiced during pilgrimages to Nepal. A step above hatha, this unique style of yoga is all about advancing one's consciousness through breathing and focused mantras. Perhaps it's his nomadic nature that has led Majchrzak to start his mobile business, Have Mat Will Travel. He leads his workshops at places around town, such as the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo.

695 Elmwood Ave