Sports in West Eugene

Up to 57% Off at Gymnastics Northwest

Gymnastics Northwest

Industrial Corridor

$85 $40

Kids play during 90-minute parties or open-gym sessions; preschoolers learn to tumble while older kids practice Power Tumbling in classes

85% Off Classes at U.S. TaeKwonDo College

U.S. TaeKwonDo College

Downtown Eugene

$200 $29.99

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

Up to 68% Off Gymnastics and Circus Arts for Kids and Teens

Bounce Gymnastics and Circus Arts Center

Downtown

$25 $12

Kids play and hone skills in a trampoline-equipped gym, learn gymnastics basics, or explore the world of circus arts

55% Off Martial Arts / Karate / MMA - Activities

Peaceful Fighter

Downtown

$199 $90

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

Up to 65% Off Self-Defense and Fitness Classes

Train Like You Mean It!

Springfield

$125 $45

Adapted from Israeli military training, the HaganaH fighting system teaches practical self-defense skills rooted in instinctual responses

Up to 90% Off Private Jiu Jitsu Classes

Superhero Jiu Jitsu Academy

Springfield

$500 $50

Instructors teach a form of self-defense that uses balance and leverage to take down attackers or opponents at family-friendly academy

50% Off Glow XC Nighttime Race

Glow XC

Dexter

$40 $20

Runners take off on 4.25 miles of wooded trails at 9:30 p.m., guided by thousands of twinkling lights and their LED headlamps

50% Off Aqua Fitness

Lebanon Community Pool

Lebanon

$28 $14

Sparkling cerulean waters and the clean smell of chlorine greet visitors as they watch athletic swimmers glide through the pool

Up to 81% Off at U.S. World Class Taekwondo

U.S. World Class Taekwondo

Salem

$200 $39

Kids and adults learn martial-arts self-defense techniques and improve confidence, discipline, and agility in classes held twice a week

Up to 51% Off Racquetball-League Entry

Courthouse Fitness

Multiple Locations

$40 $20

For one night each week, racquetballers from novice to expert sweat it out on the smooth floors of indoor courts

Up to 53% Off Basketball Camp at Hoopla

Hoopla

Central Area

$59 $29

Area coaches bring strong basketball knowledge and backgrounds to camp, where kids sharpen skills and play against one another

40% Off Martial Arts

Smiths.t.r.e.e.t. Combat Defense System

Redeem from Home

$100 $60

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

Up to 51% Off Swim Lessons or Swim Team at North West Aquatics

North West Aquatics

Salem

$35 $19

Swim classes are capped at five students per instructor to ensure individualized attention; swim teams are open to swimmers ages 7-18

Up to 59% Off Women's Kickboxing Classes

Invasion Athletix

Salem

$45 $19

Nonprofit organization offers calorie-burning kickboxing classes bast on methods of Bruce Lee to improve strength, endurance, and confidence

40% Off Gymnastics

Aga Gymnastics Academy

Salem

$10 $6

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

Up to 53% Off 18-Hole Round of Golf

Watson Ranch Golf

Eastside

$90 $45

Golfers warm up with buckets of range balls before tackling a front nine built in 1923 and a back nine constructed 75 years later

Select Local Merchants

Helping youngsters succeed in gymnastics comes as second nature for husband-and-wife coaching duo Rosen Manolov and Neli Manolova, whose own daughters, Rali and Iva, grew up practicing gymnastics under their direction and now lead classes at The U.S. Gymnastics Academy. Rosen’s stint as the men’s gymnastics coach for Bulgaria at the Sidney Olympics and Neli’s years of competing internationally are experiences they call upon while guiding aspiring gymnasts toward their personal goals, whether they be to join an Olympic team or to dramatically end conversations with back handsprings.

The U.S. Gymnastics Academy’s sprawling 13,000-square-foot facility provides enough elbow room for fledging flippers to flourish, and its in-ground trampolines, foam pits, and high-quality equipment ensure a safe and fruitful learning environment. The world-class coaches also host various fun and creative summer camps, where kids tumble, draw, and learn to build campfires by high-kicking kindling in rapid succession.

4540 Commerce St
Eugene,
OR
US

The expert staff at Coaches’ Athletic enriches the batting and catching skills of beginner and advanced ballplayers alike with team, group, and private lessons. Loaded with baseballs and softballs by coaches or parents, self-feed machines launch slow and fast pitches at guests practicing their swing in the indoor hitting cages. The remainder of the turfed indoor facility accommodates drills and scrimmages, and the instant feedback of ProMirror video-analysis training lets visitors pinpoint their strengths and weaknesses after each play. Once practice is over, patrons can load up on athletic gear such as masks, mitts, and instructional videos on training zebras as referees.

3990 Roosevelt Blvd
Eugene,
OR
US

Nowadays, the term “martial arts” conjures up images of flashy Hollywood kicks, championship trophies, and prismatic collections of ranked belts. Many often forget, however, that the martial arts are tools for self-defense. The instructors at McKenzie Martial Arts eschew the glamour and instead focus on teaching students how to protect themselves, encouraging participation from the entire family. They lead kids, teens, and adults through a range of disciplines, including Bruce Lee’s street-level jeet kune do, Gracie jujitsu, and weapon-centric Filipino kali and escrima. During each lesson, they’ll equip students with gloves and padded weapons and let them put their newfound skills to use in a ring or mat-covered training room. Family members, meanwhile, can watch their kin square off by meditating to the point of omnipresence or simply nabbing a spot in the comfortable viewing area.

3666 W 11th Ave
Eugene,
OR
US

The City of Eugene Recreation Services' dedicated staffers encourage locals to build strong relationships and muscles through diverse recreation programs offered year-round. They organize and lead snowboarding and kayaking programs for outdoor adventure-seekers, helm dance classes, and operate fitness facilities to provide indoor retreats for youth and families'. At Echo Hollow and Sheldon, staffers slip into indoor pools to lead aquatic fitness classes, or stay out of the water to monitor lap swims. In warmer months, the Amazon outdoor water arena allows swimmers to shoot down water slides at speeds faster than comets sprinkled with coffee. Aiming to make activities enjoyable to all partakers, the City of Eugene Recreation Services provides a bevy of adaptive recreation services for participants with disabilities as well as a variety of volunteer opportunities throughout the year.

1655 Echo Hollow Rd
Eugene,
OR
US

The acrobatic arm of the River Road Park and Recreation District, Gymnastics Northwest offers classes and parties for tumblers aged 18 months to 16 years. Reflex beams, rings, and an in-ground trampoline await first timers and intermediate students for weekly classes and events. Open-gym sessions run on Fridays for acrobats up to age 8, and Action Nights see junior jumpers aged 6–12 bound on the spring floor and feed the pommel horse every third Saturday of the month.

30043 Leghorn Ave.
Eugene,
OR
US

Kipsters Gymnastics, Dance & Fitness keeps all 11,000 square feet of its facility humming with activity. In Gym A, older kids and adults bounce on eight personal trampolines and tumble across gymnastic beams and mats, while younger gymnasts practice on the pintsized trampoline and rings in Gym B. Safety-minded instructors guide dancers of all abilities through ballet, jazz, and hip-hop classes amid two dance rooms. A toy-filled playroom keeps siblings entertained as their brothers and sisters participate in tumbling, cheer, gymnastics, and trampoline classes in the main gym. The playroom's two viewing windows also let parents keep an eye on all their kids at once, eliminating the need for stuffed animal informants.

Kipsters' year-round classes and spacious facility aren't just for kids; parents can hook into the center's free WiFi or enjoy an adult beginning ballet and hip-hop classes for students 15 years and older. As the ultimate gift to caretakers, Kipsters presents weekly Parents' Survival Nights, which free up four hours of uninterrupted date time on Friday nights.

475 W. 5th Ave
Eugene,
Oregon
US