Sports in Union Hill-Novelty Hill

Up to 72% Off Golf Lessons 

Multiple Locations

$130 $39

Golf professionals help golfers groom their games with lessons that include video analysis; choice of two locations

53% Off Martial Arts

South Redmond

$130 $61

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

51% Off a Kayak Tour from Outdoor Adventure Center

Multiple Locations

$79 $39

Guides lead paddlers down Sammamish River to and from Redhook Brewery; sea kayakers marvel at wildlife around Lopez Island

68% Off a Golf-Swing Analysis in Kirkland

Kirkland

$120 $39

State-of-the-art video-analysis software unpacks golf swings to target areas for improvement

Up to 67% Off Golf Lessons

Bel-Red

$100 $33

Certified instructors use their personal experience and the center's technology to analyze clients' swings and improve their technique.

Up to 55% Off Indoor Rock Climbing

South Bellevue Community Center

$60 $30

Rock climbing classes impart kids and adults with basic climbing skills; climb passes can be used during drop-in sessions

49% Off

Bel-Red

$45 $23

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

Up to 75% Off ElliptiGO Rentals

Multiple Locations

$50 $14.99

ElliptiGOs combines an elliptical and a bike to allow guests to run outdoors without the impact on knees during four-hour rentals

Up to 88% Off Beginner's Karate Package

Multiple Locations

$190 $25

During a month of classes, certified instructors lead beginner students through the basics of karate; packages include a uniform

Up to 75% Off Kickboxing Classes

Issaquah

$159 $39

Calories burn away and endurance increases during cardio kickboxing classes that incorporate elements of core and strength training

46% Off Golf

Anderson Island

$85 $46

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

53% Off Bike Tune-Up

Seattle

$45 $22

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Bicycle tune-up includes a wheel truing, spoke-tension and bearings adjustment, and a shifting and braking check

Up to 63% Off Six-Week Qi Gong Class

Seattle

$200 $79

Qi Gong students engage in physical and mental exercises promoting health & inner balance; practice has similarities to yoga & acupuncture

45% Off

Seattle

$299 $164

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

50% Off Services

Belltown

$100 $50

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

Up to 79% Off Muay Thai Kickboxing and Karate

Multiple Locations

$204 $49

Muay thai kickboxing classes help participants shed pounds, as well as learn self-defense; one month of karate comes with semiprivate lesson

Up to 73% Off Brazilian Jiujitsu Classes

South-Lake Union

$108 $29

Experienced instructor teaches students practical, useful grappling maneuvers, take-downs and chokes

Up to 59% Off Adult or Kids' Tae Kwon Do Classes

Shoreline

$60 $29

Two-time World Taekwondo Championship gold medalist Master Han teaches tae kwon do skills to participants of all ages and experience levels

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Through the use of proper exercise form and technique, students can learn to unleash their hidden potential at Warrior Fitness. The instructors specialize in a variety of workout methodologies. Exercisers build reserves of strength using kettlebells, elevate their heart rates with circuit training, or devastate six-foot heavy bags using a variety of kickboxing strikes and withering insults. Specialized sessions tailor workouts to varying skill and fitness levels, although virtually every class aims to provide a total-body workout that helps tone muscles and increase cardiovascular health.

3310 E Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE
Sammamish,
WA
US

In 1987, indoor climbing was as unpopular in the Seattle area as breeding labradoodles. But Vertical World––a pioneer indoor climbing gym––introduced the city to the up-and-coming sport of rock climbing in a controlled environment. Since its inception, the gym has expanded to three other locations in Everett, Tacoma, and Redmond, the latter hosting eastside climbers for more than 20 years.

A team of experienced route creators challenges climbers with more than 200 bouldering, lead, or top-rope routes in a wide variety of difficulty levels. The gym hosts competitive youth teams that have gone on to national or world tournaments. The gym's staff of climbers and guides also leads outdoor excursions that build confidence and teach novices how to identify a rock wall in the wild.

15036 NE 95th St
Redmond,
WA
US

At Redwood Golf Center, club-swinging cadets send range balls flying from personal mats housed within their cozy, covered stalls. After first selecting a bucket size – large buckets contain 85 balls while small buckets have 34 – golfers then set to practicing their 2-iron stingers, wedge game accuracy, and triple pump-fake drives off the tee. Frequent visitors can also take advantage of the per-bucket discounts found within the center’s punch cards, which are redeemable for 9, 25, or 50 buckets over the course of a year.

13029 Woodinville Redmond Rd NE
Redmond,
WA
US

4076 148th Ave NE
Redmond,
WA
US

Cedar Grove Equestrian Center’s experienced instructors corral up to five budding riders for one-hour introductory lessons, held seven days a week. Learn to brush, tack, and ride an equine within the center’s spacious, covered arena, surrounded by lush, verdant scenery and gangs of spying rodeo clowns. Cedar Grove’s friendly steeds help beginners gain confidence and perfect their horse dialect, and the center’s small class sizes allow for personalized feedback. Helmets and boots are provided at no charge.

20601 NE 120th St
Redmond,
WA
US

A group of rowers founded Sammamish Rowing Association (SRA) in 1996, meeting at Idylwood Beach Park in Redmond before each of their journeys across the water. Eager to grow SRA, it wasn’t long before the crew took notice of an abandoned boathouse in Marymoor Park, languishing on the banks of Lake Sammamish. Its ceiling was rotting away, and its oar racks were emptier than a child's pockets after a candy-shop spending spree—but that didn’t deter the passionate rowers or their vision. They put in a bid for the building, formed a strong subsequent partnership with King County Parks and Recreation, and set to work renovating the vintage structure to make it fit for public use.

Ever since, SRA has introduced adults and youth to the benefits of rowing. The sport's fluid, low-impact motions tone muscles all over the body, and the collaborative nature of the sport nurtures sportsmanship and camaraderie. The association's future is bright: members are building a new boathouse scheduled to open in the summer of 2013.

PO Box 3309
Redmond,
WA
US