Fitness Classes in Seattle

10 Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Bikram Yoga Seattle (Up to 81% Off)

Bikram Yoga Seattle

Fremont

$145 $29

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Certified instructors lead students through poses in heated rooms with antimicrobial flooring

One Month of Unlimited Classes or 10 Prenatal Yoga Classes at Lila Yoga (Up to 78% Off)

Lila Yoga

Madison Park

$179 $39

Students stretch their way to better health in a wide range of classes, including hatha yoga, restorative yoga, YogaBarre, and prenatal yoga

5 or 10 Yoga Classes at Wahe Guru Yoga (Up to 68% Off)

Wahe Guru Yoga

Phinney Ridge

$60 $19

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Teachers guide students through Kundalini yoga’s strengthening postures and reenergizing breathing techniques

10 Bikram Yoga Sessions or One Month of Unlimited Yoga at Bikram Yoga West Seattle (Up to 82% Off) 

Bikram Yoga West Seattle

Seattle

$145 $29

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Heated yoga sessions help boost flexibility, prevent injury, and increase stamina

$39 for 10 Fitness Classes at Compfit ($99 Value)

Compfit

Wallingford

$99 $39

Personal trainer with more than 30 years of experience helms a variety of fitness classes, such as Zumba, boot camp, and acro yoga

3, 12, or 18 On-Location Personal-Training Sessions from QFIT Personal Training (Up to 50% Off)

QFIT Personal Training

On Location

$240 $120

Seasoned personal trainer with 16 years of experience travels to your location for one-on-one, personalized training sessions

Nutritional Assessment and Kettlebell Training at Tracey Mackie Fitness (Up to 72% Off)

Tracey Mackie Fitness

Redeem from Home

$275 $99

Trainer Tracey Mackie specializes in helping first-time exercises find their feet through nutritional consultation and kettlebell workouts

$59 for 16 Boot-Camp Sessions at Seattle Fit Club ($260 Value)

Seattle Fit Club

Green Lake

$260 $59

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Trainers include former NCAA athletes and marathoners; outdoor boot camps meet around Green Lake, with fresh exercises and scenery each week

Four Weeks of Unlimited Boot-Camp Classes at Rocksteady Fitness (65% Off)

Rocksteady Fitness

Seattle

$200 $70

Fitness formula helps clients lose weight and make progress toward their particular goals

Ten Drop-In Yoga Classes or a One-Month Prana Membership at Yogalife (Up to 59% Off)

Yogalife

Multiple Locations

$130 $53

Certified instructors lead traditional Hatha and Flow yoga classes

5 or 10 Drop-In Classes at Guru Gayatri Yoga and Meditation Center (Up to 75% Off)

Guru Gayatri Yoga and Meditation Center

South Lake Union

$75 $19

Drop-in Kundalini-yoga classes emphasize postures, breath, and meditation

10 or 20 Drop-In Bikram Classes at SweatBox Yoga (Up to 86% Off)

Sweatbox Yoga

Multiple Locations

$135 $29

In heated studio, instructors lead 26 postures and two breathing exercises that stretch and strengthen arms, legs, and core muscles

One or Three Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes, or 10 Yoga Classes at Shefayoga (Up to 70% Off)

Shefayoga

Seattle

$130 $39

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Students of all abilities bend and stretch through Hatha and Vinyasa yoga classes in a heated studio

Three or Six Personal Training Sessions at TransFORM 180 Training (Up to 79% Off)

TransFORM 180 Training

Belltown/South Lake Union

$255 $59

Personal trainers employ aerobic and anaerobic training techniques, resulting in lean muscle gain and burned fat

Two, Four, or Six 50-Minute Personal-Training Sessions at Furious FItness (Up to 81% Off)

Furious FItness

Central Business District

$170 $50

Drawing on everything from circuit training to weightlifting, expert trainers design customized workouts for each client

One Month of Boot Camp or 10 Vouchers, Each Good for a Drop-In Class at Greenlake Bootcamp (Up to 63% Off)

Greenlake Bootcamp

Green Lake

$175 $75

Boot camps utilize interval and cross-circuit training, and include a one-on-one session to discuss clients' health and lifestyle choices

15 Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at CrossFit North Seattle (Up to 90% Off)

CrossFit North Seattle

Bitter Lake

$300 $29.99

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Coaches guide exercise routines that combine weightlifting, gymnastics, and track-and-field techniques to build strength and versatility

10 Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Spira Power Yoga (Up to 70% Off)

Spira Power Yoga

North Admiral

$125 $39

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Seasoned instructors lead fluid all-level yoga classes in a cheery, mirror-free studio

One or Three Months Unlimited Yoga at Hopelandic Yoga (Up to 59% Off)

Hopelandic Yoga

Seattle

$45 $22

Calm the mind and soothe and strengthen the body with yoga sessions in cozy, sunlit studio

Select Local Merchants

American Athlete’s owner, Tony Held, and his team strive to foster a community that inspires their members to carry health and fitness throughout all aspects of their lives. To push them toward reaching their fitness goals, they’ve stocked their facility with strength and cardio equipment, such as Precor ellipticals and Keiser M3 cycles. They lead students in a broad range of group fitness classes, such as the heart-pumping, Latin-inspired global dance party known as Zumba. Their Les Mills classes include BodyCombat, in which participants unleash a furious array of martial-arts-inspired moves on imaginary armies of parking-meter maids. For more solitary workouts, personal trainers customize one-on-one sessions, offering encouragement as they help their clients blast past plateaus to new levels of fitness.

7203 Woodlawn Ave NE
Seattle,
WA
US

Members of Olympic Athletic Club strengthen their muscles in a building where weary nineteenth-century travelers used to rest theirs. The historical former hotel still exudes old-fashioned glamour, from the theater-like marquee and a clock designed by renowned neon artist Roger Legerano to the interior's leather furniture and exposed brick walls. A tour of the inside of the club also reveals why it was named Best Workout Venue in 2009 by the Ballard News-Tribune and Best Health Club in 2012 by Seattle Magazine.

In addition to rows of cardio machines with personal-viewing screens, visitors catch a glimpse of group classes that range from meditative tai chi to high-intensity boot-camp workouts. Children in the Kids Korner can entertain themselves by calculating the number of calories in an invisible friend's lunch while their parents swim laps in the pool or play a game on the basketball and racquetball courts.

5301 Leary Ave NW
Seattle,
WA
US

It's been more than three decades since Andrew Drake rode his first wave, but his passion for surfing stays strong. Washington Surf Academy is the embodiment of his passion and has grown to include instruction not just for surfing but for paddleboards as well. Unlike a gingerbread man's enemies, Mr. Drake's classes don't take a cookie-cutter approach. "Every person is a unique case," he says. The diversity of his clientele is one of the things Mr. Drake finds most rewarding. "Some people will have huge fears, and it is nice to see them get over them. This one time, this lady was freaking out, but I talked her into it, and she loved it so much that she bought a board from us on the first day."

By helping them to float out of their comfort zones, Mr. Drake and his team open people up to the hidden world off Seattle's coast. With snow-capped peaks in the distance, surfers can conquer waves and paddleboarders can float beneath bald eagles flying to their next college history lecture.

6300 Seaview Ave NW
Seattle,
WA
US

Amber Tande and Colin Patterson—the brains behind the vegetarian restaurant Sutra—also pour their passion for healthy living into their bhakti-style studio, Sutra Yoga and Wellness Center. They make it easy for students to join them, too, since their seven-day-a-week schedule consists of more than 20 classes in three yoga styles: Surya yoga, a heated yoga class that focuses on strengthening the core; Prana Vinyasa, a flow yoga class that incorporates chants and breath work; and gentle flow stress reduction, which is just a bunch of people smashing a junked gramophone with hammers. Students can also join in mantra-and-vocal-toning sessions—evening classes designed to bring peace to the mind and spirit—or opt for Swedish massages or myofascial-release sessions with resident therapist Sarah Wottlin. Sutra offers all-ages childcare during certain classes and even hosts events such as monthly organic dinner parties at Sutra restaurant.

1621 N 45th St
Seattle,
WA
US

Fuerte means "strong" in Spanish, and if anyone knows the strength required to stay fit, it's Fuerte Fitness owner Adriana Medina. Having completed an impressive transformation herself, Adriana founded Fuerte as a way to reinvigorate a dedication to health and fitness in others.

A brightly lit, brightly colored facility, Fuerte separates itself from big-box gyms with its friendly, intimidation-free vibe. But make no mistake: the focus here is on fitness, as evidenced by the gym's army of cardio machines, weights, and cross-training equipment, including heavy bags and agility boxes. Fuerte also hosts a rotation of more than 10 fitness classes, plus other events, such as hiking trips, cooking classes, and outings at sporting events so members can get to know each other face-to-face instead of grunting their hobbies between every rep.

1225 N 45th St
Seattle,
WA
US

Things are always looking up at Seattle Bouldering Project, a south city climbing gym where both indoor and outdoor rock climbers enjoy the challenging ascents. The space offers typical bouldering (rock climbing without harnesses or ropes, using only special climbing shoes and techniques to ascend) courses on any of their multi-level artificial climbing walls, plus bouldering classes for all skill levels. Seattle Bouldering Project focuses on climbers aged four to adult, with special times and programs for the little ones, plus all of the necessary safety precautions. Occasional climbers can buy a day pass for use of the entire sprawling facility, while avid climbers have a choice of membership levels. There are climbing shoes and crash pads for rent at the gym, and instructors also teach the occasional yoga and fitness class.

900 Poplar Pl S
Seattle,
WA
US