Health & Fitness in Rio Linda

50% Off Dancing - Recreational

Miko Ward Dance Studio

Sacramento

$40 $20

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Up to 53% Off Women's Fitness Classes

Innovative Strength & Conditioning

Sacramento

$95 $45

Women's classes incorporate efficient, full-body workouts

85% Off One Month of Fitness Classes

GAME-FIT Fitness Training Depot

Old North Sacramento

$200 $29.99

Certified agility trainer and his staff help clients improve athletic abilities during strength-training, yoga, and boot-camp classes

Up to 85% Off Fitness or Boot-Camp Classes

H.I.I.T Fitness

East Sacramento

$270 $50

High intensity interval training classes expertly structured to optimize calorie burn and tone muscle

Up to 79% Off Fitness Classes

Three Pillars Fitness & Wellness

North Sacramento

$120 $25

Instructors blend weight-lifting, gymnastic, and plyometric principles to help clients develop strength and endurance

65% Off Circuit Training

King Krav Maga

Sacramento

$150 $53

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55% Off Fitness Training

Mindbody & Sole Fitness

Downtown Sacramento

$85 $38

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Up to 77% Off Boot Camp

True Fitness Boot Camp

North Sacramento

$99 $25

Personal trainer leads 60-minute strength and cardio sessions that tone and strengthen the entire body

70% Off at Tokon Martial Arts

Tokon Martial Arts

North Sacramento

$150 $45

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Classes infuse respect and discipline in both kids' and adult classes that help promote mental focus and physical fitness

Up to 51% Off Detoxifying Treatments

Smooth Sensations Body Balance

Midtown

$80 $39

Sauna pod session encourages detoxifying sweat while helping to burn calories; foot bath designed to promote all-over wellness

Up to 52% Off at Fit4Mom Sacramento

Fit4Mom Sacramento

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

Moms workout with babies in tow while power walking and performing exercises with strollers, resistance tubing, and the environment

Up to 53% Off from David Gums at Bing Maloney

David Gums at Bing Maloney

Southwestern Sacramento

$80 $39

Assistant golf professional David Gums helps golfers perfect their swings and fits them with the proper equipment

65% Off Services

Zumba Sacramento

Brazilian Center

$50 $18

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72% Off Personal Fitness Program

Azteca Striking & Fitness

Sacramento

$125 $35

Classes are tailored each time to keep your body guessing; led by Juan Acevedo, a former pro MMA fighter

Up to 71% Off at Dragon Fire Martial Arts, Inc.

Dragon Fire Martial Arts, Inc.

East Sacramento

$85 $35

Learn self-defense from a 6th dan instructor in Dan Zan Ryu jujutsu

Up to 81% Off Vitamin B12 Injections

Sacramento Naturopathic Medical Center

Midtown

$100 $25

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Vitamin B12 helps boost metabolism and encourages a healthy nervous system

50% Off

Untamed Strength

Carmichael

$40 $20

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50% Off Weight-Loss Program

Performance Edge Consulting Llc

South Natomas

$258 $129

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Up to 85% Off at Punching Mama

Punching Mama

Upper Land Park

$150 $25

MMA classes designed to improve muscle tone and promote cardiovascular health; self-defense classes help students evade assailants

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Equipment: Punching bags, speed bags, boxing ring, cardio equipment, free weights
Students should bring: Towel; boxing gear provided subject to availability for new members
Average class length: 60–90 minutes
Number of Staff: 1–5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Established: 2013
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: We welcome all fitness levels; great for first-timers up to the experienced kickboxer

3485 Orange Grove Avenue, Suite H
North Highlands,
CA
US

At FitRanX, intimidation simply isn't a factor when it comes to exercise. That's because guests advance through an eight-level system that tailors workouts to each individual's fitness level. Each rank challenges gym-goers with concrete goals—within their ability—to help them ascend to the next level, making for balanced, full-body workouts with clear paths forward.

6840 Watt Avenue
North Highlands,
CA
US

The press certainly likes California Family Fitness, granting the exercise venue such awards as a top spot on KCRA-3's 2012 A-List and Sacramento News and Review's Best of Sacramento 2012 Award. The press, however, isn't the top priority for the gym's staff; they believe that, to quote their about CFF page, “awards don't greet you at the door.” Instead, they depend upon their dedicated staffers at the front desk, chaperones at the Kidz Club play zone, and personal trainers to make families of clients feel at home. Certified personal trainers take aspiring exercisers of all ages through regimens that make use of the 16 available locations' ample workout machinery. Seasoned instructors, meanwhile, hold group fitness classes, free with a membership, fostering community as they incinerate calories during high-energy Zumba, step aerobics, Turbo Kick, and Hip Hop Hustle. Nine of the locations boast pools that host swim lessons taught by certified water-safety instructors.

While hitting the gym, parents can drop wee ones at childcare havens lined with playgrounds and age-appropriate investment manuals. After breaking a sweat on the exercise floor, clients can also shed excess body moisture in saunas and tanning beds.

4804 Madison Ave
Sacramento,
CA
US

When Sandra Augustin started training for her second Tri-Fitness competition, she needed a change of pace. She began working out outdoors, jogging along the beach, lunging through parks, and scaling the flag poles at local elementary schools.

She drew a crowd. Friends and passersby started joining in, inspired by her enthusiasm and charisma, and soon a regular Sunday group formed, dubbing themselves S.A.S.S. (Sandra Augustin's Sacramento Sisters). The unexpected support group transformed her training into a motivating, communal experience that Sandra wanted to extend the community. Thus, her gym was born.

Today, Sandra keeps that same spirit alive in group fitness classes and personal-training sessions. She makes use of body-weight resistance exercises, cycles, and cardio-intensified yoga—a style she designed herself—to help her clients sculpt their bodies and rehabilitate their energy levels. She continues to compete internationally in fitness competitions, and organizes a local Hero Challenge obstacle course, an event that pits civilians against the tests used to train police officers, firefighters, and batmen.

1925 U Street
Sacramento,
CA
US

At Practice Yoga, a nimble-limbed team of instructors marries ancient and modern techniques while emphasizing meditative focus and body awareness. During Hatha and Ashtanga classes, they dole out personal corrections and encourage students to break through their own perceived physical barriers, which is a much more realistic goal than breaking through someone else's very real shark-guarded barriers. To boost the flexibility and strength of more advanced and adventurous yogis, they turn to a precisely engineered, customizable yoga wall, which boasts numerous suspension straps and latches designed to help students ease back pain, carve out stronger cores, and bolster flexibility as they perform headstands and curl their way through crunches.

807 16th St
Sacramento,
CA
US

Hardwood floors, exposed brick, lofted ceilings, and paneled windows make Yoga Shala's practice room feel like a hip art gallery. Within this space, instructors help students sculpt stronger, more flexible bodies. Though the instructors welcome students of all experience and fitness levels to every class, they help students reach specific goals and shelves by teaching three yoga styles. Vinyasa classes, with their continuous series of flowing postures, provide a powerful and strengthening practice. Proceeding at a comparatively slower pace, Yin yoga focuses on stretching the body's connective tissues. Kundalini classes emphasize an equal balance of breathing, movement, meditation, and chanting.

2030 H Street
Sacramento,
CA
US