• For $15, you get one month of weekly SuperKids PreSchool karate classes, valid at the Woodbury, Hugo, Hudson, Baxter, Cross Lake, Ham Lake, and Stillwater locations (a $50 value). • For $29, you get a monthlong membership to the UMA Karate program, valid at the Woodbury, Hugo, Hudson, Baxter, Cross Lake, Ham Lake, and Stillwater locations (a $100 value). • For $50, you get a monthlong membership to twice-weekly Dave Camarillo jiu-jitsu classes, valid at the Woodbury, Hugo, Baxter, Cross Lake, and Stillwater locations (a $120 value).
Inflatable castles and games fill Club Just Jump with fun-fostering facilities that create a party palace for kids during open-play and private parties. Six predesigned party packages await giddy groups with snacks, decor, and other activities. Alternatively, an à la carte menu lets hosts curate their own celebrations by picking balloon bouquets, goody bags, face painting and spin art, and entertainment one at a time. Little hands keeping busy at the Furry Friends Factory stuff their own fuzzy creatures, choosing from 24 creatures that include unicorns and frogs. On Monday nights, parents can bring young antigravity aficionados to Family Fun Night, where guests play games and create crafts.
CrossFit Woodbury crunches, pumps, and pushes people of all ages and skill levels into stronger, firmer bodies with an ever-changing combination of strengthening and conditioning exercises. The body-transforming journey follows the CrossFit program, intense workouts with a focus on a rotating lineup of weightlifting and body weight-based moves, such as pull-ups, push-ups, power lifts, and pigeon squats.
Studio One Yoga & Massage's team of dedicated instructors fosters an inclusive, noncompetitive atmosphere in which students of all abilities can hone health and wellness through yoga classes and therapeutic massage work. Mirrored walls and polished hardwood floors create a serene setting for students to perform empowering Vinyasa flows, a series of continuous postures linked together with deep, cleansing breaths and balance-challenging transitions. Instructors bump the temperature to a balmy 105 degrees with 30%–40% humidity during hot-yoga sweat sessions designed to detoxify the body through sweat while simultaneously warding off confrontational snowmen. Yoga teacher, massage therapist, and Studio One owner Sarah Stormoen eases physical and emotional tension with 10 different massage modalities, including deep-tissue work, pregnancy massage, and hot-stone therapy.