Gyms in Providence


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  • Crossfit Providence
    At CrossFit Providence, a staff of dedicated coaches draws from a diverse range of experiences to motivate and lead clients toward the pinnacle of health and fitness. Rather than parking participants on a treadmill or elliptical, CrossFit exercises build muscle and burn fat with high-energy interval workouts built on resistance and weightlifting.
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    425 Washington St
    Providence, RI US
  • Ocean Fitness
    Planet Fitness' massive, brightly colored edifice teems with aerobic, strength-training, tanning, and massage options, tailored to suit burgeoning buffs of all ages and abilities. A two-month Black Card membership (a $39.98 value) with enrollment fee included (a $99 value) offers exercisers a wide range of Planet's benefits, including access to an extensive fleet of cardio equipment, strength-training equipment, and free weights, which move unhindered by large machines or political censorship. Tan-seekers can bask in the unlimited artificial sunshine of the gym's tanning booths, and an army of shiatsu massage chairs stands at the ready, twiddling soothing robot thumbs and waiting to coax tension from tired tendons.
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    387 W Fountain St
    Providence, RI US
  • Method Fitness Studio
    If you opt for personal training sessions, Method's friendly and professional workout wisemen will design a fitness routine to suit your lifestyle and help you identify and reach your goals. Or, get a 30-day unlimited pass to Method's boot camp, a twice-weekly, high-energy strength and conditioning class designed to whip flabby abs into sinuous shape while tightening and toning tails. If you enroll in the boot camp, you also get four 30-minute personal training sessions as a bonus jolt of individualized attention.
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    755 Westminster St
    Providence, RI US
  • Providence Power Yoga
    The instructors at Providence Power Yoga won't take "I don't know how" for an answer. Their philosophy revolves around accessibility for all, and they reflect this commitment in their curriculum of Vinyasa classes. During All Levels Vinyasa and Baptiste Hour of Power sessions, they remain mindful of their students' varying skill levels, demonstrating modifications for postures as needed. The heat in the studio reaches 95 degrees to enhance muscle elasticity as guests bend through the fluid, strengthening sequences. Even outside of classes, PPY devotes itself to helping others discover yoga. A work-study program allows participants to practice yoga in exchange for manning the front desk or tidying the space.
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    51 Bassett Street
    Providence, Rhode Island US
  • Yoga Antara
    Yoga Antara’s trio of instructors, including founder and leader Rebecca Quigley, leads 60- to 90-minute yoga classes in the intimate, sunny studio. Populated by no more than 15 students, the classes run the gamut from gentle hatha yoga to vigorous and heated Vinyasa flow, during which students can gain enough flexibility to hail a cab with their feet. Yoga Antara’s instructors strive to foster an inclusive community, with prenatal yoga classes for expectant mothers, partner-yoga workshops for couples, and Yoga Warrior sessions for veterans suffering from PTSD.
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    189 Governor Street
    Providence, RI US
  • Now Yoga and Fitness
    The team at Now Yoga and Fitness bring the ancient art of yoga into the 21st century by filling their studio with technology designed to enhance sessions. Hanging on the wall above students, six SunSquare lights simulate the rays from the sun to help reverse the effects of seasonal affective disorder, which is caused by a lack of sunlight. These same lights emit LED heating to dilate blood vessels and relax muscles during hot-yoga classes. On the floor, EdenPure heaters infuse the room with moisture while purifying the air with antimicrobial and anti-swear-word heating coils.
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    286 Thayer Street
    Providence, RI US
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