CATZ is a unique training center based on small group workouts customized to your fitness level and goals - from beginner to advanced levels. CATZ has classes for Performance Training (Sounders FC), Adult Fitness (YOU), and even Completely Active (Kids). NO treadmills, NO stairmasters, NO boring machines - Full body fitness
In a spacious studio heated up to 105 degrees, Bikram Yoga Renton’s instructors guide classes through a body-bending curriculum that aims to cultivate strength, flexibility, and inner peace. Helping students unite mind, body, and spirit without undergoing surgery, these certified yogis lead them through a fixed regimen of 26 postures as the heat permeates muscles to deepen stretches and encourage a detoxifying sweat.
Fitness Camp is an indoor/outdoor exercise program consisting of group fitness instruction, motivational training, and accountability provided by fitness experts. We specialize in Fit Camp interval training done right with a sprinkle of fun. We also mix yoga, circuits, body sculpting and kick boxing into our Fit Camp.
The practitioners at Maya Whole Health Studio focus their efforts on strengthening the minds, bodies, and spirits of each client. With a full schedule of yoga and Pilates classes, they draw on the dynamic energy of a room full of practicing students to keep everyone motivated. They also offer private sessions for students who need more individual attention or would like to benefit from personalized adjustments throughout their practice. In addition to classes and workshops, Maya Whole Health Studio offers health services including massage, holistic skincare, sugar hair removal, and acupuncture, all of which are focused on releasing fear and tension and bringing more joy and spontaneous hugs from strangers into clients’ lives.
As a personal trainer for a big gym, Drew deVry grew disenchanted by the hundreds of dollars he was asking people to spend on training each month. He knew that the costs were prohibitive for so many people, and so he struck out on his own and opened Freedom Fitness.
With more than a decade of training experience and a certification from the American College of Sports Medicine to guide him, Drew developed hundreds of exercise routines for people of every ability level. When members walk in the door, he and his staff pick out a workout based on their goals and restrictive issues before helping them get acclimated to the equipment. Routines make use of equipment such as free weights, cable machines, and a full lineup of cardio equipment, including the gym’s treadmills, elliptical machines, recumbent bikes, and StairMasters.
In addition to penning a plentitude of workout plans over the years, Drew—a certified nutritionist—has also authored a variety of nutrition plans. He and his staff pick one to suit each member, usually starting off aggressively to trigger an encouraging round of fat loss, then tapering into a sustainable plan for lifelong health. He eschews reliance on supplements in favor of tapping into the nutrition in everyday foods, hoping to inspire a "love affair" with fruits and vegetables that makes visits to the produce section exciting.