Gyms in Portland

Four Weeks of Unlimited Boxing or Kickboxing Classes at G.I.R.L.S. Gym (54% Off)

G.i.r.l.s. Gym

Portland

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

$100 $46

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Three or Six Personal-Training Sessions at Fit Oregon (Up to 72% Off)

Fit Oregon

Portland

Personal-training sessions rely on time-tested fitness techniques, focusing on weights, diet, and cardio

$105 $39

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$49 for One Month of Kids' Tae Kwon Do Classes with Uniform at Way of Life Taekwondo & Fitness Arts (Up to $199 Value)

Way of Life Taekwondo & Fitness Arts

Multnomah

Kids aged 3–16 kick, jab, and duck through one-hour classes geared to teach self-defense and discipline

$199 $49

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10 or 20 Hot Yoga Classes at ZenSpot (Up to 71% Off)

ZenSpot

Southwest Portland

Instructors lead fluid sequences of Vinyasa-style postures and breathing exercises amid the colorful walls of a heated studio

$130 $39

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Two, Four, or Six Personal-Training Sessions with Initial Assessment at Apex Bodyworks (Up to 73% Off)

Apex Bodyworks

Portland

After an initial consultation, learn how to reach fitness goals during personalized sessions featuring functional training

$120 $36

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Private Pilates, Gyrotonic, or Personal-Training Sessions at Vital Body Studio (Up to 65% Off). Two Options Available.

Vital Body Studio

Portland

Certified trainers use Pilates Reformers and Gyrotonic pulley towers as they tone muscles and improve posture for balanced, healthy bodies

$195 $75

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$200 for 10 Jump Start CrossFit Classes at Crossfit Portland ($250 Value)

Crossfit Portland

Kerns

The first CrossFit gym in Oregon, open since 2005, trains clients to use functional-fitness movements to help them reach their fitness goals

$250 $200

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$35 for $69 Worth of Ziplining — Sunrise Taekwondo

Sunrise TaeKwonDo

Raleigh Hills

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

$69 $35

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6-Week Endurance Program, 10 CrossFit Classes, or 1 CrossFit On-Ramp Program at VC CrossFit (Up to 77% Off)

VC CrossFit

Portland

High-intensity CrossFit classes meet six days a week; endurance program helps triathletes and others build long-lasting strength

$79 $26

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10 Women's Boot-Camp Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Bridgeport Fitness (84% Off)

Bridgeport Fitness

Portland

NASM-certified personal trainer Renea pushes women through high-intensity interval-training workouts

$200 $33

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$54 for a 10-Class Punch Card at Alive MMA ($125 Value)

Alive MMA - CrossFit Woodstock

Woodstock

Fully equipped gym hosts boxing, jiu jitsu, and CrossFit classes for men and women

$125 $54

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Four Weeks of Unlimited Yoga Classes at FreEbert Studio - Ashtanga Yoga and Massage Therapy (72% Off)

Freebert Studio, Llc

Portland

From the merchant: Ashtanga class with personal instructions according to your capabilities by Authorized Ashtanga Teacher Gebhard Ebert

$110 $31

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10 or 20 Drop-In CrossFit Classes at CrossFit Immense (Up to 88% Off)

CrossFit Immense

Clackamas

Students learn high-intensity, functional workout and strength-training techniques from skilled professional trainers

$200 $29

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5 or 10 Kickboxing Classes at Northwest Fighting Arts (Up to 79% Off)

Northwest Fighting Arts

Buckman

Kickboxing classes cover self-defense and combat techniques while providing an intense workout

$100 $26

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Six-Week Fitness Package with Assessment or Massage with Day Pass at Northwest Women's Fitness Club (Up to 72% Off)

Northwest Women's Fitness Club

Portland

Tackle fitness goals in a spa-like, boutique, women’s-only gym or relax with a custom massage and access to the sauna and light-therapy room

$282.50 $79

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One-Month Membership for One or Two People at Snap Fitness (Up to 75% Off)

Snap Fitness

Multiple Locations

The 24-hour fitness facilities promote exercise with free weights, cardio equipment, strength training equipment, and accessories

$79.95 $19.95

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4, 8, or 12 Kettlebell Fitness Classes at Warrior Room (Up to 55% Off)

Warrior Room

Historic Milwaukie

Classes incorporate kettlebells of different weights to perform squats, lunges, and other lifts to develop lean muscle

$40 $20

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10 or 20 Hot Hula-Fitness Classes or One Month of Hula Classes at Hui O Hoaloha Hula (Up to 54% Off)

Hui O Hoaloha Hula

Wilkes East

Hula classes convey the dance's history, while Hot Hula Fitness classes provide muscle-isolation workouts

$45 $22

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10 Kids' or Adults' Yoga Classes at The Lotus Seed (Up to 75% Off)

The Lotus Seed

Eliot

Yoga classes aimed at kids or adults help build flexibility, core strength, and a sense of calm

$100 $25

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From her days in the Navy to a love for yoga, Terri Chadney has always been into fitness. In 1994, she and her husband, Jay, opened West Coast Fitness to share that passion with her old neighborhood, which until then did not have a gym. "She wanted to reinvest in the neighborhood," Jay says. Here, the duo leads a staff of experienced trainers, who do everything from one-on-one training to group fitness classes such as yoga and spinning. As the yoga director, Terri requires that each yoga instructor have at least five years of teaching experience, thorough training, and a perfect letter B imitation. The rest of the staff boasts similar credentials, such as the Zumba instructor who has been dancing professionally for most of her life. And because they're not contractors, the trainers care about every aspect of the gym, not just making a sale. "They really invest themselves with the members," says Jay, "Our [trainers] come in, hang out, take classes, bring their dog."

For Jay and Terri, the most rewarding part of owning West Coast Fitness has been "seeing changes in the members," says Jay. He sees members who are in better shape than when they first joined 15 years ago—and Terri loves to see the seniors in her yoga classes up on their feet and doing strength-training exercises after coming in with crutches or walkers.

The St. John's location's spinning studio includes a 6-foot screen, sending riders on virtual trips via instructive DVDs even when a class isn't in session. Members can also log in to ActivTrax online or at the clubs' kiosks for custom workouts based on their goals and experience, as well as meal planning and progress tracking. The staff members engage parents' little ones with baby-sitting services in a colorful playroom. They have also stocked the gyms with tanning booths, and massage therapists help soothe stress and exercise-induced aches; the saunas and HydroMassage beds also help members unwind.

2640 NE Alberta St
Portland,
OR
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Bouldering differs from other forms of rock climbing in a variety of ways, such as its heightened social element. When top roping, for example, climbers are more isolated, relying on a partner below to maintain rope tension. But because bouldering is done on lower courses that don't require a rope or harness, climbers are free to scale walls at will, often resulting in people sharing walls and striking up conversations in between surmounting terrain such as verticals, slabs, and roof climbs?overhangs that put climbers' bodies parallel to the floor.

That's how The Circuit Bouldering Gym got started. Some bouldering enthusiasts crossed paths at a local gym and found they all wanted to expand Portland's bouldering options. Today, they welcome guests to surmount courses?including a hanging boulder?ranging from 8- to 17-feet high and surrounded by crash-pad flooring. Boasting three of the largest bouldering-only gyms in the world, they also designed many of their simulated climbing stations as top-out boulders, letting guests experience what it's like to stand atop a boulder in the Rockies or on the moon. Additionally, they instruct guests with programs such as 90-minute intro courses, advanced clinics with professional climber athletes, and programs tailored for kids including birthday parties,summer and winter-break camps.

Between climbs, a lounge area lets visitors relax and swap tales of defying gravity's relentless bullying. The third and newest location in Tigard offers more than 19,000 square feet of brand new boulders. To further build the bouldering community, the gym's team organizes an annual fundraiser benefiting local charities. All locations also have a full weights area, allowing for workouts and CrossFit training between climbs. .

6050 SW Macadam Ave
Portland,
OR
US

Feel Good founder Christy Whitney discovered the secret to physical and mental vitality in a simple glass of juice. She found that by harnessing the detoxifying powers of all-natural fruit and vegetables, one can boost overall well-being, promote weight loss, and energize the human body far more efficiently than 25 AA batteries ever could. Putting this epiphany to use, Whitney culls the freshest fruits, vegetables, and, whenever possible, organic ingredients to forge the specialized juices and healthy foods that form the basis of her 3-day, 5-day, and 14-day detoxification programs. She invites everyone, regardless if they’re performing one of her cleanses, to sample from the gourmet menu of handmade blends and gourmet entrees.

Whitney’s specialized masters degree in living nutrition and detoxification also led her toward the passive purifying benefits of colon hydrotherapy and infrared sauna, which she offers on The Feel Good World’s spa menu. Additionally, she and a staff of instructors conduct heated yoga sessions designed to further purge impurities through the pores and strengthen the body.

5816 SW Hood Ave
Portland,
OR
US

At Pil-oga-robic, flat stomachs are at the end of a carefully formulated exercise equation. Instructors draw from Pilates, yoga, and cardio techniques to compile their signature one-hour workouts, demonstrating the techniques in their loft-like studio for small student groups. They place special emphasis on customization: each class has three levels of difficulty and modifiable actions for any fitness level. They also schedule monthly meetings with their clients to discuss wellness goals, advising on topics from weight loss to enhanced athletic performance. Regardless of their aspirations, guests stand to gain lean muscle, balance, and bendiness from the adjustable routines, which helped earn the venue a Best of Citysearch award for yoga in 2009.

In addition to these classes, Pil-oga-robic hosts more specialized yoga and Pilates sessions. Inversion and aerial seminars allow yogis to flout gravity as they stretch, and outdoor boot-camp drills test endurance amid the elements. Alternatively, workshops might cover tips for safer trail running, such as monitoring your stride and refusing to stop at Gatorade stations run by bears. The onsite massage therapist, Cori, can deal with your stress during her personalized bodywork sessions.

1804 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
Portland,
OR
US

PulsePDX ups the traditional Zumba ante by creating a party-like atmosphere inside a combination dance and fitness studio. Twinkling spotlights cast a multi-colored glow on the dance floor as students step in time with fiery Zumba choreography and metronomes taped to their backs. Zumba's not the only draw at this nontraditional gym, though. Pound classes replicate the energy of musical jam sessions, blending elements of cardio, Pilates, isometrics, and plyometrics with drumming motions to strengthen and sculpt infrequently used muscles. Fusion classes continue the musical theme, plotting flexibility-boosting workouts around a carefully designed playlist. Cardio-based classes, such as Burn, incorporate resistance bands into workouts, while strength-based classes, such as Bamboo Bodies, might focus on workouts derived from ancient qigong practice. Leading each session, fun and supportive instructors promote a carefree, calorie-burning environment for dancers of all stripes.

9 NW 2nd Ave
Portland,
OR
US

After a decade spent honing his personal yoga practice, certified instructor Paul Terrell opened his donation-based studio to give anyone interested in practicing the ancient art access to a studio in which to participate. The storefront space that Terrell opened fosters a nonintimidating approach to yoga, substituting cozy exposed brick for mirrors and inviting yogis of all abilities to practice together during all-levels classes. Terrell teaches many of the classes in the flowing Vinyasa tradition, in which conscious breaths link together a continuous sequence of postures, and also presents students with the robust schedule's other styles, which benefit the body in various ways. During the Night Owl class, instructors give hands-on assistance to encourage proper alignment as students sweat in a 90-degree setting, and slower-paced Yin classes teach yogis to sit still in postures that last for three to seven minutes, allowing them to fully stretch the connective tissues and hide in plain sight of movement-detecting, visually impaired T. rexes

124 SW Yamhill St
Portland,
OR
US