Gyms in College Hill

$29 for 25 Yoga Classes at Everyday People Yoga ($300 Value)

Everyday People Yoga

Eugene

Instructors lead a variety of classes designed to help boost flexibility, strength, stamina, balance, and mental clarity

$300 $29

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$29.99 for One Month of Unlimited Tae Kwon Do Classes with Uniform and Belt at U.S. TaeKwonDo College ($200 Value)

U.S. TaeKwonDo College

Downtown Eugene

Students receive uniforms & belts when starting martial-arts lessons, available six days a week; they may take as many classes as they wish

$200 $29.99

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$90 for $199 Groupon — Peaceful Fighter Inc

Peaceful Fighter

Downtown

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

$199 $90

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10 or 20 Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Eugene Yoga (Up to 68% Off)

Eugene Yoga

Southeast Eugene

Passionate yogis lead several styles of yoga classes that accommodate students of all fitness and experience levels

$100 $35

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5 or 10 Nia Holistic-Fitness Classes at Somatic Alchemy (Up to 58% Off)

Somatic Alchemy

Eugene

Easy-to-learn steps evoke dance, martial arts, and holistic healing practices in a fun class environment

$50 $24

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One Month of Fitness Classes for One or Two, or Two Months of Classes for One at Volo Bello (Up to 80% Off)

Volo Bello

Eugene

Flirty fitness classes for students of all sizes and fitness levels include Booty Pop, which targets the glutes and hamstrings

$120 $29

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Fitness Consultation and Three or Five Personal Training Sessions with Desi at Genuine Fitness (56% Off)

Desi at Genuine Fitness

Whiteaker

Customize fitness goals and build strength or slim down during personal training sessions with personal trainer Desi

$135 $60

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One or Three Months of Unlimited Boot-Camp Classes with Optional 10-Day Meal Plan from Eugene Bootcamp (Up to 80% Off)

Eugene Bootcamp

Harlow

Certified personal trainers lead four-week boot-camp sessions that take students up hiking trails and through 300-rep workouts

$65 $16

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Snap Fitness's around-the-clock gyms enable members to work on their physical well-being with a cornucopia of fitness equipment. With 24-hour access, members don't have to let The Man tell them when to help themselves to Snap's strength and cardio equipment, which features built-in TVs and other media diversions. For those who exercise during conventional hours, Snap's friendly, unintimidating atmosphere welcomes patrons of all ability levels, unlike schoolyard dodge-ball squads. Members also enjoy nationwide access to all Snap Fitness locations, ideal for working out while traveling. For a dose of custom advice, patrons can seek out a personal-training session with a certified coach, who helps them assess and address their fitness goals. Clients reap the benefit of individual attention as a personal trainer helps them tackle weight loss, prepare for an arm-wrestling competition, or unveil the mysteries of arcane cable-weight machines.

2862 Willamette St.
Eugene,
OR
US

Drawing from three different health and fitness certifications and a degree in movement science, Susan B. Stack guides small-group classes in Pilates workouts and aerobic hoop-dance classes. One-hour Pilates classes build up sturdy cores with a holistic take on exercise that combines concentrated breathing and flowing motion. Gentle workouts protect the body by maintaining a neutral alignment of the spine while engaging the abdomen to sculpt stomachs into Michelangelo's David. Clients shatter beads of sweat due to cardio-respiratory exertion in hula-hoop-dancing classes that improve balance, coordination, and motor skills. The simple motion of twirling a plastic ring around the waist builds muscles in the entire body and can transport students back in time to their childhood without the risk of wedgies or changing the future. Group dance classes are typically held at Celebration Belly Dance & Yoga Studio, and Stack limits classes to about eight to ten students to make sure each participant gets individual instruction.

1840 Willamette Street
Eugene,
OR
US

Zumba instructor Mary Robles leads Latin-dance and hip-hop-based sessions designed to build muscle and burn fat. During each session, students of all skill levels dance to upbeat music, following Mary?s choreographed routines.

1840 Willamette St., Suite 206
Eugene,
OR
US

Operating out of Sacred Medical Office, Deborah Skell helps her clients improve athletic performance and recuperate more efficiently from injuries. The fact that she no longer uses a cane, despite having undergone a trio of hip surgeries, stands as testament to her success with these modalities and her faith in their efficacy. By altering the body's mechanical habits, Deborah helps people walk without limps, jump higher, and move more comfortably.

1695 Jefferson Street
Eugene,
OR
US

Just Breathe co-owners and instructors Quincy O'Toole and Mandy Baucum spread their love of movement and wellness through a variety of fitness classes. Though their diverse team of instructors comes from many different backgrounds—including massage therapy, academia, and traditional Chinese medicine—they all share a desire to help guests of all ages and abilities understand their own bodies. During yoga, Pilates, and tai chi classes, they not only work to boost strength, flexibility, and endurance, but to also relieve stress via meditation. They also host Nia aerobic classes, which blend movements from dance and martial arts.

2868 Willamette Street
Eugene,
OR
US

As they enter the training circle at Curves, female guests come face-to-face with the smiles of other women. And just as points on a circle share a common distance from the circle's center, workout participants share the experiences of those nearby, trading stations throughout the 30-minute training session. One minute is spent on a piece of strength-training equipment built for feminine frames and designed to work two opposing muscle groups with a single movement. Exercisers then move on to a recovery station, where they run, jog, or dance to maintain heart rates and keep platforms in place during momentary losses of gravity.

23 East 28th Avenue
Eugene,
OR
US