The Gym@Hayden is a loft-like, 5,500-square-foot fitness facility staffed with certified fitness professionals who are determined to help their clients feel supported along their fitness journey. Offering kickboxing, circuit-training, and boot-camp group classes, along with cardio and strength-training equipment, The Gym@Hayden strives to be a laid-back place that helps its clients get in, work out hard, and get on with their lives.
Established in 1968. We are committed to teaching our students life skills precious in the early stages of a child's development. We instill in every child: personal responsibility, self confidence, discipline, manners, respect for parents, positive "Yes I Can" attitude, emphasis on good grades in school.
The slate-gray mats at Cobrinha Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu & Fitness withstand quite a beating. In any given day, fighters grappling on their springy surfaces include the international champions who coach trainees, their students—who range in age from four to adult—and the sentient uniforms that come to life after all the humans leave. While some classes focus on self-defense or related topics, the majority are devoted to different levels of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and trainers pride themselves on their pupils' achievements.
Capoeira, an African-Brazilian art form, combines dance, martial arts, music, and acrobatics. All of these elements come together in a circle known as a roda, where capoeira's participants perform improvised movements. Omulu Capoeira Los Angeles, a nonprofit organization, welcomes all types of students into its roda, regardless of age or fitness level. By teaching capoeira, instructors help their students lose weight and build strength, in addition to learning to play musical instruments and sing traditional songs in Portuguese.
Master Raymond Abrigo is a fourth-degree black belt with extensive experience in the competitive arena. For the past decade at his studio, Abrigo Martial Arts, he's been passing the torch to children and adults who are eager to master kickboxing, tae kwon do, hapkido, and other disciplines. His team of skilled instructors lead dynamic group classes, but they also offer one-on-one coaching, with a special focus on children with autism.
At Zero To Hero Kickboxing, the sounds of fists and feet slamming into heavy punching bags intermingle with the beats of energy-boosting music and the shouts of encouragement from instructors. The high-energy facility hosts a variety of fitness classes that help students tone up, all while developing power, balance, and discipline. Classes include Kickboxing/Powersculpt—a combination of kickboxing moves and cardio and weight-lifting exercises—as well as non-bag fitness classes such as Zumba, Pilates, and Endurance Air Guitar.