Fitness Classes in Santa Monica

10 or 20 Group Fitness Classes at Drive Cardio (Up to 86% Off)

Drive Cardio

Pacific Palisades

Exercisers rotate through treadmills, Bosu balls, and cable extensions as instructors guide high-impact interval-training workouts

$260 $37

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One or Three Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Naam Yoga LA (Up to 64% Off)

Naam Yoga LA

Downtown Santa Monica

Yoga students flow through asanas and breathing exercises in a studio with high sound quality

$120 $44

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5 or 10 Fitness and Surfset Classes at 220 Fitness (Up to 79% Off)

220 Fitness

Ocean Park

Pick from more than 25 fitness classes, including Zumba, Surfset, and TRX training

$125 $32

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$49 for 10 Cardio Barre Classes at Cardio Barre Brentwood ($170 Value)

Cardio Barre Brentwood

Brentwood

Cardio Barre blends the stretching and lengthening exercises of ballet with a high-energy workout that swiftly burns calories

$170 $49

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$49 for 10 Cardio Barre Classes at Cardio Barre in Santa Monica ($170 Value)

Cardio Barre Santa Monica

Santa Monica

Each of these 60-minute, high-intensity classes consists of ballet, barre, and resistance exercises

$170 $49

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Two Weeks of Unlimited Yoga and Dance Classes at Studio Maesto (75% Off)

Studio Maesto

Studio Maesto

Enjoy two weeks of unlimited dance and yoga classes

$80 $20

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Two-Week Class Pass or 5 or 10 Classes at Revolution Fitness (Up to 63% Off)

Revolution Fitness

North of Montana

Students get in shape with an eclectic line-up of classes that includes yoga, spinning, strength training, and core barre

$49 $29

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Guided by a mission of embracing every student's quest for personal growth, the team at YogaWorks offers programs for all ages and walks of life. Harnessing a minimum of 500 hours of Yoga Alliance training, expert instructors build lean muscles with traditional Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Vinyasa flow classes enhanced by inspiring music, ambient candlelight, meditation, and props. Their fitness classes further the body-shaping results of yoga, strengthening core muscles with Pilates, increasing endurance and lean muscles with TRX classes, and building stamina with resistance-based SculptWorks.

Instructors also host exotic yoga retreats, which marry the excitement of travel to far-away locales with the benefits of yoga to bestow students with the confident grace required to approach a foreign yoga mat without startling it. Those in search of further training can access online videos by subscribing to myyogaworks.com, which offers a free, 14-day trial for new users. Students can search for videos by workout duration, skill level, and the targeted area of the body.

1426 Montana Ave
Santa Monica,
CA
US

Iron Fitness's name and garage-like exterior might suggest that it holds a cavernous space full of musclemen and barbells. Instead, step through the doors and you'll find an intimate, boutique workout experience marked by 9,000 square feet of fitness machines and three studios with distinct identities.

Iron x PT specializes in personal training. During one-on-one fitness sessions, upbeat but tough-minded trainers analyze what clients need to do to reach their fitness goals, then motivate them to do it. Momentum, on the other hand, is all about the power of group fitness. Its instructors don't just follow workout trends—often, they set them, pioneering styles such as the hip-hop-based Groov3 and Pound, which celebrates percussive rhythms and prepares students for marathon meat-tenderizing sessions. Finally, the Elite studio connects gloved fists and with punching bags in a ring run by pro-level boxing instructors.

1919 Broadway
Santa Monica,
CA
US

For more than three decades, locally owned Spectrum Athletic Clubs have aimed to create a resort-like experience for patrons with upscale perks and personalized care. After workouts, gym-goers can avail themselves of unlimited towel service and change in comfortable locker rooms. Other amenities include saunas, steam rooms, healthy cafes, specialized workout areas, and complimentary Internet access.

In addition, racquetball courts let athletes improve their game independently, and patrons can sweat solo on cardiovascular equipment with individual viewing screens. Group classes, more than 1,200 of which are held daily, include Zumba, Pilates, Body Combat, and CXWorx sessions and enable trainees to draw motivation from each other or from each exercise studio's complimentary tank of moxie. The Spectrum Kids Club gives kids a place to play while adults work out and hosts such events as pool parties and pizza parties throughout the year.

17383 West Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Fitness industry veteran Dulcinea Lee Hellings's goal is to bring a high-quality, effective exercise regimen to people who don't love big gyms or can't afford personal trainers. In 2004, she realized that mornings could be used for more than hitting the snooze button over and over for two hours, and founded Boot Camp "Morning Crunch!" to help fledgling exercisers whip into shape.

She designs her all-levels programs to be scream-free morning motivators⎯the first stop in her patrons' journey of daily accomplishments. The fast-paced, ever-changing circuit of strength and cardio exercises keeps bodies guessing and minds from becoming bored. Each of the boot camp's 12 outdoor locations has a different dedicated trainer who gets to know each student personally, remembering their names and memorizing any interesting freckle patterns. They complement their morning routines with a smattering of evening options for those who prefer to work out after the day's activities.

2600 Ocean Park Blvd
Santa Monica,
CA
US

With top-of-the-line air purifying equipment and special floors, Hot 8 Yoga debunks the myth that hot-yoga studios are stuffy and smelly. Its filtration system scours air with UV rays before pumping oxygen into the classroom, keeping the studio fresh and germ-free, and students breathing easily. Beneath yogis' feet, ploy-extruded matting keeps the air smelling sweet by wicking away moisture and odors atop shock-absorbent PVC floors.

These measures enhance pupils’ practice during more than 100 weekly hot-yoga classes. With the heat cranked at varying degrees to boost flexibility, metabolism, and detoxification, sessions range from classic hot yoga to yoga sculpt, which incorporates free weights. Yoga barre, on the other hand, combines ballet, yoga, body sculpting, and cardio for a comprehensive workout that makes you sweatier than wearing a vinyl spacesuit in a sauna.

1422 2nd St
Santa Monica,
CA
US

Above all else, Revolution Fitness strives to create an encouraging, non-judgmental environment where individuals of all fitness levels can feel comfortable pursuing their goals. The instructors support this mission by leading eclectic group classes every day of the week. Strength-training sessions can incorporate kettlebells, TRX suspension systems, bands, stability balls, or helium-filled free weights depending on the intensity of the scheduled class. Spinning classes, meanwhile, get heart rates going as students pedal through a simulated series of hills and sprints, while dance-inspired barre workouts create long, lean muscles. Yoga practice ranges from the deep, sustained stretches of yin yoga to the dynamic, fluid movements of vinyasa-style yoga, and Revolution Fitness is also home to Indo-Row: indoor rowing classes that build teamwork skills while providing a full-body workout.

1211 Montana Ave.
Santa Monica,
CA
US