Fitness Classes in Chicago

Up to 75% Off Beach Yoga Sessions

Encompass Yoga

Montrose Beach

$110 $35

Yoga sessions on Montrose Beach help tone limbs and torsos, increase flexibility, and relax practitioners

Up to 75% Off from NorthSide Adventure Boot Camp

NorthSide Adventure Boot Camp

Multiple Locations

$199 $59

Women's-only boot-camp classes cover Pilates, kickboxing, and core conditioning during one-hour outdoor sessions

71% Off 10 Yoga or Pilates Classes

The Yoga Boutique

Lakeview

$135 $39

Intimate studio offers yoga and Pilates classes focused on improving clients’ physical and mental health in a noncompetitive atmosphere

Up to 70% Off Membership at D3:Dre's Diesel Dome Fitness

D3:Dre's Diesel Dome Fitness

Bronzeville

$99 $39

Burn fat and tone muscle in group fitness classes such as circuit training, abs express and boot camps

Up to 56% Off at Evolution Personal Training

Evolution Personal Training

Lincoln Square

$75 $38

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One of six certified trainers develops and implements a custom workout plan based on clients’ goals and needs, motivating them all the while

Up to 65% Off at Moksha Yoga Center

Moksha Yoga Center

Multiple Locations

$150 $55

Studio welcomes students of all stripes into Hatha, Vinyasa, and AcroYoga classes

Up to 67% Off Bootcamp Classes at Renita Fitness

Renita Fitness

Mount Greenwood

$75 $35

Students intensely exercise in short bursts that help burn fat and improve athletic capacity

Up to 53% Off at Meditate Yoga and Meditation Center

Meditate Yoga and Meditation Center

North Center

$75 $35

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Yoga & meditation classes promote body awareness, balance & consciousness of mind, helping participants achieve a feeling of inner peace

Up to 74% Off Boot Camp at Tri-Fitness

Tri-Fitness

Roscoe Village

$150 $49

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Ropes, medicine balls, kettlebells, and resistance bands are used during flexibility, plyometrics, strength-training, and cardio workouts

63% Off Unlimited Classes at Nature Yoga

Nature Yoga

Wicker Park

$1,200 $449

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Highly trained instructors lead Vinyasa, Hatha & power yoga classes

Up to 53% Off Sword-Fighting Fitness at Forteza Fitness

Forteza Fitness

Ravenswood

$75 $35

Learn the basics of swordplay blended with 19th-century physical culture, including the use of calisthenics and therapeutic gymnastics

Up to 60% Off Small-Group Fitness Classes

Mike George Fitness System

Near North Side

$250 $99

Trainers lead personalized fitness sessions of six or fewer, including Elite cross training, hand-to-hand combat, and downhill skiing

65% Off Personal Training

Gideon's Training

Redeem from Home

$170 $59

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

Up to 85% Off at Fit Body Boot Camp

Fit Body Boot Camp

Chicago

$185 $39

Trainers lead groups through cardio and strength-training exercises designed to boost caloric burn during and after workouts

Up to 75% Off Team Training Classes

Urban Athlete

Ravenswood

$150 $39

Team of experienced trainers lead indoor team training and smaller classes that challenge groups with varying levels of difficulty

Up to 82% Off Classes at TriFit Boot Camps

TriFit Boot Camps

Multiple Locations

$120 $39

Exercisers of all fitness levels tighten and tone through yoga and run club programs and outdoor boot-camp classes

65% Off Personal Training

Dhf Lakeview

Chicago

$480 $168

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

75% Off at Sun and Moon Beach Yoga

Sun and Moon Beach Yoga

Lincoln Park

$120 $30

Instructors lead students of all levels through Vinyasa-style classes and breathing techniques on scenic shores of North Avenue Beach

Up to 53% Off Outdoor Holistic Fitness Classes

Roots of Integrity

Central Chicago

$15 $7

Holistic health instructor leads groups through Yoga and Pilates inspired workouts held outdoors in Grant Park

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After spending a few years in the fitness industry at a large health club, Tony Barbanente realized he wanted more. His vision was to lose the retail-store vibe that plagued big gyms, and to instead curate a comfortable atmosphere to encourage members and trainers to focus on just one thing—fitness.

His family-owned fitness facility offers members 8,000 square feet of pristinely maintained equipment. Rows of ellipticals, stationary bikes, and treadmills help guests ramp up their endurance in preparation for competitive races or chasing cars, and strength machines and free weights, including kettlebells, bolster muscles.

In addition to the choose-your-own-workout route, V-Tone's class schedule includes indoor cycling and 20-minute Buns 'n' Gunz workouts to sculpt glutes and upper bodies. For those seeking individualized attention, trainers customize personal-training sessions to each trainee, seeking to improve their lives through better health and fitness.

1550 W Jarvis Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

Rachel Ladd was born to move. The former dance major started strutting her stuff on the ballet and tap floors at the tender age of 2, and by the time she got to the kinetic classrooms of Columbia College Chicago, she'd already garnered experience teaching jazz, tap, and ballet for all levels. When injury diverted her from the dance floor, a series of acupuncture and massage treatments ignited a new interest in holistic wellness that led her to seek certification in everything from massage and reiki to Pilates, sports nutrition, and Zumba. Today, she and her instructors lead classes that she hopes will inspire students to respect and care for their own bodies, sharing the physical and mental benefits of yoga with everyone from pregnant mothers and kids to consummate athletes and the stiff cats lounging in Chicago's back alleys. Styles ranging from Vinyasa and Forrest yoga to Hatha yoga for beginners comprise the studio's schedule, which boasts classes every day of the week.

906 N Damen Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

Since the age of 6, Fernando Rodriguez knew that fitness and athletics would play a big role in his life. While most kids his age were busy at play, Fernando was swimming four hours each day and eagerly counting the hours until his next meet. His hard work paid off, earning him a spot on the Mexican Olympic swim team and instilling him with a passion for fitness that would continue into his adult life.

Today, Fernando draws from his years of athletic and coaching experience to guide others toward their fitness goals in his own private training studio, The Underground Lab. Alongside his staff of fellow certified trainers and fitness aficionados, Fernando leads group workouts that combine traditional exercises with imaginative and innovative techniques. The team also conducts personal-training sessions, employing a variety of cardio and strength-training equipment, and designs a unique 19-day nutrition program to help clients lose weight rapidly in preparation for special events, such as a wedding or an outing in a flimsy rowboat.

167 N Racine Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

When Sheila Kelley broke into the fitness scene, fitness pole-dancing classes were unheard of. However, in just a few years, the S Factor—her unique fusion of yoga, ballet, Pilates, and striptease—became renowned for its physical benefits and confidence-boosting ability. Due to this focus on both mind and body, the S Factor garnered widespread acclaim, with endorsements from Oprah, Ellen DeGeneres, and Martha Stewart. The workout's mission is clear: engendering female empowerment, confidence, and respect through sultry pole dancing. The S Factor's healthful impact on its students' bodies can be attributed to its combination of diverse workout methods, all of which build lean muscle mass. The course's six levels build on one another, relying on stretches, pole work, and traditional dance to get students twirling around the pole safely regardless of their athletic experience.

1400 W Hubbard St
Chicago,
IL
US

Chicago School of Motion's certified instructors have come together from a variety of backgrounds—among them a choreographer, a raw-food chef, and a lawyer—to help students carve a path toward wellness and discovery of the inner self. As they lead a vigorous schedule of classes, each instructor's teaching style is shaped by their area of expertise and the studio's Eastern philosophy. Their inventive lineup of Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and hot Vinyasa yoga sessions focus on pranayama breathing techniques. The studio also hosts yoga booty ballet, Pilates and Yogalates, Butts and Gutts, and Piloxing, which is a combination of Pilates and boxing. All of In Motion Yoga's classes are limited to 25 students and are suitable for students of all levels. The instructors deftly juggle the inexperienced and expert students, refusing to leave any student behind while maintaining a class tempo that keeps advanced students engaged.

821 W Superior St
Chicago,
IL
US

My Gym Children's Fitness Center, which currently has more than 200 international locations, began more than 30 years ago as a structured place for children to safely play, acquire new skills, and romp off a sugar buzz. All classes are organized according to age level—starting as young as 6 months—and designed to incorporate the latest physiological and psychological research. Tiny Tykes gets babies moving with help from their parents, Mighty Mites teaches toddlers self-reliance and beginning sports skills, and Champions, a class for kids aged 6–8, emphasizes the importance of using teamwork to master more complex sports skills and achieve group goals such as building a human pyramid to reach the cookie jar. My Gym's energetic instructors are experts at using music, dance, and gymnastics to build youngsters' strength and self-esteem while stimulating their giggle-plexes. The noncompetitive environment fosters creativity and hands-on activities boost children's learning retention and fun quotient.

1880 W Fullerton Ave.
Chicago,
IL
US