Classes in South Hyde Park


$20 for 30-Class Yoga and Fitness Pass from Yoga & Fitness Passport ($300 Value)

Yoga & Fitness Passport

Multiple Locations

Students can use this 30-class pass at multiple locations to take everything from yoga to Zumba, signing up on an easy online platform

$300 $20

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Six Classes or One Month of Unlimited Yoga at 3HO Kundalini Yoga Center (60% Off)

3HO Kundalini Yoga Center

3HO Kundalini Yoga Center

The ancient practice includes meditation and deep-relaxation exercises that tap into each person’s energy source

$60 $24

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Yoga, Zumba, Boot-Camp, CrossFit, NIA, or Group Personal Training Classes at KCFitnessLink (Up to 79% Off)

KCFitnessLink

Multiple Locations

Yoga, Zumba, CrossFit, NIA, and boot-camp workouts are choreographed by certified fitness instructors

$95 $22

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BYOB Painting Class for One or Two at Hook Gallery & Framing (Up to 59% Off)

Hook Gallery & Framing

Hook

Experienced artists instruct groups with step-by-step instructions, enabling to complete an image on cavas

$50 $21

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Painting Class for One or Two at Hook Gallery & Framing (Up to 55% Off)

Hook Gallery & Framing

Multiple Locations

With help from expert instructors, students create their own artworks as they sip BYOB drinks or enjoy food and drink specials

$50 $25

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10 or 15 Yoga Classes at Westport Yoga (Up to 68% Off)

Westport Yoga

Westport Yoga

Yogis of all experience levels bend their bodies with multiple styles of yoga, including Vinyasa and Hatha

$125 $41

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10 Pilates Mat, Cardio, Flow, or Zumba Classes or 8 ON Ramp Intro Classes at Pilates 1901 (Up to 80% Off)

Pilates 1901

Kansas City

Exercisers in Pilates mat, cardio or flow sessions tighten cores, while intro to equipment training readies them for reformer or chair

$199 $40

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Six Personal Training Sessions with Diet and Weight-Loss Consultation from Fitness Unlimited (70% Off)

Fitness Unlimited

Westwood Hills

From the merchant: One-on-one personal training; 60-minute session

$400 $120

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  • Kansas City Art Institute
    Sand castles may crumble, ice sculptures may melt, and beloved child actors will inevitably get old and weird looking, but artwork is forever. Learn how to immortalize your creativity in a less transient form with today's Groupon. For $45, you'll get $150 worth of summertime art instruction at Kansas City Art Institute. The Groupon is good for either the storied, tree-lined main campus or KCAI's Northland Campus for Special Programs in Riverside. Subscribers may purchase up to two Groupons for their own use, or more as gifts. Prices and supply lists vary per class, but most tuition averages $100 to $299 per course.
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    4415 Warwick Boulevard
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Healing House Kundalini Yoga
    William Drew—known as Drew by his friends and students—founded Healing House Kundalini Yoga after becoming a certified instructor through the 3HO Foundation. He is also a member of the International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association and has taught in both traditional and nontraditional yoga spaces. Bearing that experience in mind, he passionately shares the healing and balancing effects of Kundalini yoga, finding personal satisfaction in seeing the change that comes over people when they embrace joyful stillness. Drew and his fellow teachers at Healing House focus on Kundalini yoga—the original yoga that gave birth to all 22 schools and, therefore, deserves at least a card on Mother's Day. Unlike other styles, which were designed for monks, Kundalini is meant for busy people with worldly responsibilities. It eschews difficult poses in favor of simple postures, gestures, breaths, chants, and meditation. These elements are arranged in a sequence to achieve precise effects while simultaneously strengthening muscles and increasing flexibility. Kundalini yoga also fortifies the mind by expanding inner awareness and reconnecting bodies and minds severed by earthly cares.
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    4301 Main St.
    Kansas City, MO US
  • City in Motion School of Dance
    City in Motion Dance Theater is small but mighty. Founded in 1985, it’s one of the oldest dance organizations in Kansas City, second only to the Kansas City Ballet. In addition to offering children’s and adults’ dance classes, the nonprofit hosts the City in Motion Dance Performance Series, which provides audiences with three family-oriented, contemporary dance performances every year.
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    3925 Main St
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Bodyfit
    A historic, three-story building that's completely solar powered sounds like a green realtor's dream. Unfortunately for the real estate industry, that building already happens to be a gym. Bodyfit offers exercisers three different levels of workout possibilities in its eco-friendly space. On the main floor, gym-goers will find powerlifters and high intensity interval training. The second floor is home to a lounge and retail area. And yoga, martial arts, and personal training take place on the third floor. Along with a variety of exercise possibilities, Bodyfit also provides nutritional support to help members reach their fitness goals, especially if those goals are behind a really heavy door.
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    3838 Main Street
    Kansas City, MO US
  • Bon Bon Atelier
    Bon Bon Atelier was mentioned in the Kansas City Star, has a near-perfect 4.5-star average from six Yelpers, and is recommended by six CityVoters:
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    314 Westport Rd
    Kansas City, MO US
  • University of Missouri
    Communiversity developed out of the freethinking student movements in Berkeley, California in the '60s, when All Student Association President Steve Eimer campaigned on a platform of providing accessible education to the entire community. UMKC Communiversity carries on an honorable tradition of shared experience and ideas, offering nearly 1,000 nonacademic, noncredit, pandisciplinary classes each year, suggested and taught by volunteer experts. Courses on parenting, arts and crafts, martial arts, cooking, and social development are all represented on the everchanging course roster, which reverses traditional dynamics by making leaders of students and demanding that essays be written on the sides of pencils. Now helmed by program director and official jazz guitarist Rick Mareske, Communiversity is a part of the UMKC Office of Student Involvement, and remains ever committed to, in the words of Mark Twain, not letting school get in the way of education.
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    5100 Rockhill Rd
    Kansas City, MO US
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