Classes in Greenville

$40 for a Four-Week Boot Camp at KD Workout ($160 Value)

KD Workout

Greenville

$160 $40

Boot camp made up of customizable, fundamental bodyweight exercises

$49 for Four Weeks of Outside Boot-Camp Classes and 10 Spin Classes at Greenville Boot Camp ($289)

Greenville Boot Camp

Greenville

$289 $49

Early-morning boot camps provide a full-body workout in an encouraging atmosphere; intense all-levels spin classes burn maximum calories

$5 for $10 Toward Bootcamp Classes — Reconstructive Wellness

Reconstructive Wellness

Falls Park

$10 $5

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

Drink and Draw Event for One or Two from Pencil Portraits by Ashley (Up to 52% Off)

Pencil Portraits by Ashley

On The Roxx

$30 $15

Customers choose from a range of subjects during Drink and Draw events where a skilled artist helps them create a frame-worthy portrait

Three or Six Hour-Long Personal Training Sessions at Melt the Fat Away (Half Off)

Melt the Fat Away

Empowerment Zone

$120 $60

Incinerate calories and chisel your physique during one-on-one sessions with physical trainer Vinson McCray

BYOB Jewelry-Making or Mosaics Class for One, Two, or Four at Liz Daly Designs (Up to 54% Off)

Liz Daly Designs

Downtown

$45 $22

Instructors tutor novice jewelers on techniques for handcrafting custom glass pendants while students sip on home-brought beverages

$69 for One Month of Unlimited Boot-Camp Classes at D1 Sports Training (Up to $180 Value)

D1 Sports Training

Greenville

$180 $69

Trained coaches push participants to build strength and endurance through metabolic training, resistance exercises, and circuit training

One Month of Unlimited Kickboxing Classes for One or Two at CKO Kickboxing (Up to 63% Off)

CKO Kickboxing

Eastside

$100 $39

Classes tone the arms and legs while building core strength through blistering combinations of jabs, crosses, and kicks to the heavy bag

Select Local Merchants

For more than two decades, founder Kristi Ried-Barton has passed on the system of health and nutrition maintenance she learned through yoga. She teaches these methods to overall wellbeing through classes such as vinyasa flow, amrit yoga, and beginner courses. There’s also courses for newcomers as well as life coaching and yoga workshops and events.

1440 Pelham Rd
Greenville,
SC
US

The Center of Bliss, LLC, helps clients achieve peace of mind and body by offering a holistic health plan. Founder Katie Edwards heads a team of acupuncturists and herbalists who use traditional Chinese medicine to keep bodies healthy and in balance. Ashtanga yoga classes help clients foster a deeper connection to their own bodies and breathing, and a massage therapist soothes stress in connective tissues.

1325 Miller Rd
Greenville,
SC
US

Forrest Briggs claims the South as his home, and indeed he grew up and attended college there. As a photography student, he earned admission into several galleries and juried exhibitions, but his post graduate work honed his eye. He travelled the world, learning to speak fluent Vietnamese and becoming trapped in Nepal during the 2006 coup d’état, all the while documenting his journeys through his camera. The temporary expatriation sharpened his skills, helping him excel at photographic composition, natural lighting strategies, and more abstract concepts such as how to make photos “pop.”

Now, as a photographer and teacher, he passes along these lessons to a new generation of shutterbugs, while lending his eye and skill to clients in search of classic portraiture and boudoir shoots. He also has an eye for shooting martial arts action, working behind the scenes at mixed martial arts events and even pulling a stint as the personal photographer of Cheryl Murphy, nine-time US Nationals Karate Champion.

3 McDonald St Unit 2
Greenville,
SC
US

Design With Wine's founders—the mother-and-daughter team of Joan and Susan Earle—supply their students with almost everything they need to have artistic, entertaining nights. The only things they ask students to bring are their favorite beverages, which can be beer, wine, nonalcoholic drinks, or champagne, which is also what most artists use to add sparkle to their paintings. Their BYOB painting classes contain ingredients to nurture students’ inner artists, from paintbrushes and canvases to helpful tips for vividly rendering the nights' subjects. During each two- to three-hour session, instructors take students through the entire painting process step by step from beginning to end, and they leave no individual stranded or helpless. At the end of each night, students walk away with their colorful paintings, mementos of their experiences that add aesthetic appeal to walls.

718 S Main St
Greenville,
SC
US

Inspired by the bright, rich colors of 18th-century French and Swedish design, longtime Greenville resident Jennie Leigh Gainey revitalizes tired old home decor or furniture pieces with a distinct aesthetic that Town magazine calls "Alice in Wonderland meets Ethan Allen." Gainey's refurbished furniture pieces evoke simultaneous airs of refined gentility and informal hominess, like an ivy-covered country manor or an English baron in sweatpants. Having traded in the makeup brushes she once used to makeover the likes of Matthew McConaughey for more conventional art supplies, Gainey uses coats of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint to impart an antique finish to nearly any surface. Eager DIY-ers can gather to glean her technique during relaxed BYOB painting parties.

912 South Main Street
Greenville,
SC
US