Things To Do In San Diego

Seaforth Sportfishing – Up to 47% Twilight Fishing

Seaforth Sportfishing

Mission Bay Park

$54 $30

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While fishing for bass, barracuda, and rockfish for 4.5 hours, groups watch the sunset color the San Diego skyline

Cook Two Kinds of Ravioli and Sip Wine with an Italian Chef

Hands-On Italian Cooking Class

Little Italy

$65 $65

Native-Italian Chef Annalisa teaches students to make two kinds of authentic ravioli; classes end with a meal and wine

Up to 72% Off at Pura Vida Yoga

Pura Vida Yoga

Marina

$140 $39

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Vinyasa-style yoga classes for all levels provide a vigorous workout and help students cultivate flexibility and deep concentration

Up to 57% Off Yacht Party from California Nightlife

California Nightlife

Spirit of San Diego Yacht

$39.55 $17

Luxury yacht tours the San Diego Bay as party-goers drink and dance to DJs spinning house music and top-40 hits

Up to 51% Off Paddle Board Rentals at Cruiser King

Cruiser King

Mission Beach

$80 $39

Explore the waters around San Diego atop a 10-foot paddle board, complete with paddle and life vest rental

Up to 51% Off Jet Ski Rental

Rent Jet Skis USA

San Diego

$200 $99

Explore San Diego Bay and Mission Bay on jet skis by Yamaha or Sea-Doo

Up to 47% Off Class at Fabrison’s French Creperie

Fabrison’s French Creperie

Little Italy

$160 $85

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Students learn to make French-style cheese and chocolate fondue or crepes before tasting the fruits of their labor

Up to 65% Off Barre Fitness Classes

Barre 59

La Jolla Village

$110 $49

Students step up to a ballet barre to perform a series of small, isometric movements, building dancer-like physiques and flexibility

55% Off Fitness Studio

Apex Fitness

San Diego

$110 $49

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

Up to 88% Off Women's Fitness Classes at KickForce Martial Arts

KickForce Martial Arts

Miramar

$150 $20

World champion instructors teach women self-defense techniques in classes that build muscle and burn fat

Up to 54% Off Introductory Paraplane Flight

Inland Paraflite

On Location

$150 $69

FAA-certified flight instructor teaches students how to climb, descend & steer at cruising altitude aboard Powrachute Pegasus 2 paraplane.

Up to 52% Off a 2.5-Hour Painting Class

Art & Libations

Multiple Locations

$45 $22

Groups create artwork inspired by tattoos, street art, and Southern Californian culture during classes; all art supplies provided

Up to 50% Off Fitness 360

Fitness 360

North Park

$60 $30

Personal trainers customize exercise plans to help sculpt bodies & motivate for continued results

Up to 64% Off Personal Training or Gym Membership

Being Fit Fitness Centers

Mira Mesa

$136.25 $49

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A nurturing environment is at the heart of this gym facility, where personal training, group classes, and machines help you reach your goals

Up to 52% Off Art Classes

Losina Art Center

Midway District

$397 $195

Artist-instructors guide students of all ages in ways of painting without psychological barriers with eight-hour workshop

Up to 64% Off Paddleboard Fitness Classes

Unified Team Diving

Torrey Preserve

$95 $39

Two-hour classes put a boot-camp spin on standup paddleboarding, helping students improve their fitness

Up to 51% Off Group Dance Classes

U Fancy Dance

San Diego

$60 $30

Students burn calories and express themselves while learning samba, Zumba, break dancing, and other dance styles

Up to 70% Off Yoga Classes

Iyengar Yoga of San Diego

Ocean Beach

$115 $39

Multiple levels of Iyengar yoga taught by certified instructors during 90-minute sessions offered six days a week

Up to 67% Online Classes from YogaDownload.com

YogaDownload.com

Online Deal

$24 $15.99

Online yoga site features more than 400 yoga classes for streaming or downloading in variety of styles, levels, and themes

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Navy SEAL veteran and MMA coach Brian Sargent had a vision of a cutting-edge mixed-martial-arts facility. He knew what equipment was needed, but it was not until 2007—when he teamed with Joe Mannino, a 30-year owner and operator of a health club—that the nitty-gritty details fell into place. With Mannino’s newly envisioned facility and Sargent’s training know-how, the two built Victory MMA and Fitness, bringing on a staff of top-notch trainers to teach a burgeoning clientele of professional MMA fighters.

The sounds of pumping hearts and fists swooshing through the air that Brian and Joe love to hear can be sensed between the glass walls and doors that divide the 22,000-square-foot facility into eight training areas, and there’s room left over for a retail shop and ringside café. A 20-foot mixed-martial-arts cage and 7,000 square feet of mats host aspiring pugilists as they train their wrists and fists among a forest of hanging punching bags, while students in Jiu Jitsu and MMA classes learn the practical art of self defense. The nearby cardio and weightlifting areas are the metaphorical psychologist’s couch upon which personal trainers condition their clients, and a cordoned-off yoga studio breaks the black-and-red patterning of the gym with bright white walls and a pale hardwood floor.

3666 Midway Dr
San Diego,
CA
US

As he trains his eye on the target's innermost ring, the archer retrieves an arrow from his quiver. He exhales, crooking his fingers around the bowstring and pulling it back until the feathery fletches tickle his cheek. He will only have one shot to win the contest and finally earn his family's respect—but his elbow is off, and his aim will suffer. "Cut!" comes the call from the director, and the cameras stop rolling for a moment as an archery coach enters the scene. She tilts the actor's arm and adjusts his stance so that his form is truer to life, breathing accuracy into the portrayal. When "Action!" sounds, the archer is ready, and the tension achieves new heights.

Sending its nationally certified coaches to such television clients as CSI: Miami and The Discovery Channel is just one way that Archery House spreads an appreciation of the sport. Company leaders Lorinda Cohen and Tara “Robey” Folz—both of whom hold national titles—ally their combined 36 years of archery experience with marketing savvy to plan classes for all ages, promotional events, and athletic counseling. At multiple outdoor ranges, they outfit beginners with the equipment and know-how to pop a balloon at an impressive remove, and challenge advanced archers to do so with a balloon that’s farther away and filled with wasps.

2221 Morley Field Drive
San Diego,
CA
US

Property Location
With a stay at Bahia Resort Hotel in San Diego (Beach Cities), you'll be convenient to Belmont Park and Seaworld. This beach hotel is within close proximity of Mission Bay Park and Ocean Beach Athletic Area.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 314 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include phones, as well as coffee/tea makers and clock radios.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Relax on the private beach or enjoy other recreational amenities such as outdoor tennis courts and a health club. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and supervised childcare/activities.

Dining
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and business services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a ballroom, banquet facilities, and exhibit space. Free parking is available onsite.

998 W Msn
San Diego,
CA
US

In 1997, Amy Caldwell discovered yoga. As she backpacked through Asia, Australia, and parts of Europe, she stopped to train with yogis she met along the way, exploring the styles of Vinyasa flow, Sivananda, Iyengar, and Ashtanga. As she learned, she blended these styles into her own dynamic flow. Since this nomadic journey, Amy's rapidly developing skills have earned her a spot on two Yoga Journal covers. Today, as owners of Yoga One studio, she and her husband Michael incorporate their own unique yoga and meditation styles into their teachings.

The flexible duo leads a team of experienced instructors, who foster a positive, non-competitive environment and also specialized in different styles of yoga, such as sunrise flow, Vinyasa flow, and gentle flow. Inside the main studio, where natural light from skylights casts a glow onto hardwood floors and saffron curtains, instructors lead groups through classes that cover optimal alignment, breath, and present-moment awareness. They also guide students outside the studio to stretch and align on a sunny rooftop in Little Italy. Inside softly lit massage rooms, therapists help visitors release tension from aching muscles.

1150 7th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US

At Dream Body Boot Camp, which was voted San Diego A-List's best boot camp of 2012, trainer Matthew Johnson and his staff of specialized trainers help patrons to quickly sculpt physiques into top form during indoor and outdoor workouts that pair cardio moves with strength-boosting exercises. Instead of painting muscle ripples onto participants’ abs, each of Johnson’s instructors draws from a kinesiology degree or a national personal-training certification when designing a new 60-minute workout each day. Before their first class, students meet with Johnson to get acquainted and set their fitness goals, such as looking good in a bikini or ripping through a T-shirt to reveal their swimsuit with one powerful body flex. In the course of 10 minutes, he asks clients what they’d like to achieve in class and how they’ve pursued their goals in the past.

Once the talking ends, the training begins, and the motivational instructors put patrons to work hefting dumbbells, straining against Trx suspension gear, and flipping giant tires end over end. Johnson and his trainers leave long runs out of their workouts, opting instead for tire hopping, jumping rope, and other dynamic exercises to elevate heart rates.

2751 Roosevelt Rd
San Diego,
CA
US

Hapa Yoga takes its name from a Hawaiian term for a blend of Asian and European heritage, fitting for a studio that prides itself on an all-inclusive embrace of multiple yoga traditions performed in the welcoming aloha spirit. The team of certified instructors arrived at its yoga mastery from many paths, from dealing with the stresses of military life and conditioning for amateur boxing matches to healing from serious injuries. The instructors now help their students work toward self-set wellness goals, including toning muscles through mat Pilates, Zumba, and TRX classes, sweating away unwanted fat during heated power-yoga sessions, preparing bodies for child-birth with prenatal yoga, or strengthening core groups with Vinyasa flow. 

In addition to adult yogis, kids master breathing exercises, tumbling feats, and new ways to reach countertop cookie jars during children’s yoga classes, or play with toys and read books at the onsite childcare facility. No matter their age, visitors feel the 2,700-square-foot space’s welcoming vibes as soon as they see the glittering lights bouncing off the studio’s cool greens and grays.

4242 Camino Del Rio N
San Diego,
CA
US