Classes in Vancouver

One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes or 10 Fitness Classes at Urban Fitness Club (Up to 68% Off)

Urban Fitness Club

Multiple Locations

C$140 C$45

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Build muscles, melt calories, and get in shape during group fitness classes such as Yoga, INSANITY, Zumba, Boot Camp, and Kickboxing.

C$49 for One Month of Unlimited Classes at Chopra Yoga Center (C$153 Value)

Chopra Yoga Center

Downtown Vancouver

C$153 C$49

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A studio with heated and traditional yoga classes incorporates Deepak Chopra's teachings, fostering strength and relaxation in students

One Month or 10 Drop-In Classes of Beginner Kickboxing, Krav Maga, & Boot Camp at Tactix Gym (Up to 84% Off)

Tactix Gym

Downtown Vancouver

C$169 C$35

Instructors lead students through krav maga, kickboxing, and Tabata boot-camp classes

10 or 20 Fitness Classes at HIIT Fitness (Up to 61% Off)

HIIT Fitness

Multiple Locations

C$99 C$39

Regimen combines bodyweight exercises with sequences that add more intensity by incorporating resistance bands, sandbags, and medicine balls

Two, Four, or Eight Salsa Classes for Two People at World Dance Co. (Up to 69% Off)

World Dance Co.

Multiple Locations

C$60 C$25

Three-time world champion Diego Sanchez and other talented instructors guide couples through eight levels of salsa

C$44 for a Four-Week Intro to Flamenco Dance Course for One at Centro Flamenco (C$90 Value)

Centro Flamenco

Kitsilano

C$90 C$44

Instructors showcase flamenco steps alongside Spanish culture and history during four-week beginner dance program for individuals

2-Hour Healthy Cooking Workshop for One or Two People at Feed Life (72% Off)

Feed Life

The Juice Truck

C$125 C$35

Workshops help students adopt a healthier, plant-focused diet and include cooking demos and take-home recipes

C$39 for a Four-Hour Acting Workshop for Adults at Actorium (C$95 Value)

Actorium

East Vancouver

C$95 C$39

Four-hour program introduces the Meisner Technique through exercises and rehearsal

10 or 20 Hatha, Flow, or Power Yoga Classes at The Mat Yoga (Up to 72% Off)

The Mat Yoga

Victoria-Fraserview

C$150 C$49

Hatha yoga helps beginners conquer basic poses to build physical strength, and flow yoga focuses on synchronizing breathing with movement

10 or 20 Yoga Classes, or One Month of Unlimited Classes at Chakra Wellness/Sivananda Yoga Centre (Up to 75% Off)

Chakra Wellness/Sivananda Yoga Centre

Vancouver

C$140 C$39

75 to 90 minute yoga classes include sivananda yoga, hatha flow, classical hatha, yin yoga, beginner, gentle yoga and back pain therapy yoga

C$50 for Four 30-Minute Introductory, Private Music Lessons at Bravo Music (C$100 Value)

Bravo Music

Marpole

C$100 C$50

Students receive beginner-level instruction for the piano, violin, viola, cello, guitar, or voice; experienced instructors

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While hiking the craggy island shores of Kythera, Gloria and Scott Latham spotted something strange and wonderful: a bright yellow flower sprouting from the rocks. Known as a semperviva, this plant symbolizes abundant life, a symbol they'd sought for quite some time. When the couple returned to Vancouver and founded a yoga studio, the flower sprang to mind immediately. "The concrete structures of the city, the buildings, the sidewalks, and the roads were the equivalent of the craggy rocks of Kythera," Gloria says. "Our clients and friends are that bright yellow flower, the souls that are brilliant and thriving despite the hardships that life presents."

Today, Semperviva Yoga tempers the city's hustle and bustle with joy and peace. Inside its four local studios, friendships bloom among mats, blocks, and bolsters, which students may borrow for free. Here, seasoned instructors demonstrate yoga's power to cultivate flexibility and focus. Classical Hatha sessions offer plenty of cues to help students tailor the poses to their goals and limitations. Deep breaths and stretches fuel Vinyasa Power Flow routines, which build more strength and grace than a swan bench-pressing a ballerina. Several Semperviva studios feature boutiques, which foster healthy lifestyles with organic essential oils, biodynamic skincare products, and yoga-themed books.

2201 W 4th Ave.
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Churning out diplomas since 1981, School of Mix sends its students through a variety of structured cocktail curriculums for both interested civilians and those who seek a career in professional drink slinging. Establishments around the Vancouver area and in international locales recognize School of Mix certificates and diplomas as indicative of all-around mastery of bar keeping and maraschino-cherry sculpting. Additionally, 75 per cent of those who finish a bartending or wine education go on to work with the school's event-staffing arm, Mix Event Staffing. ++++++++++++++++++++++++ In rooms packed with synthesizers, computers, and turntables, School of Remix's team of seasoned DJs and production engineers packs students' minds with the latest spinning and mixing techniques and technology during comprehensive courses. Coming from all walks of life and musical influences, the eclectic group of turntablists and producers bands together through their passion for music and talent for passing on their tuneful wisdom. Eyes open anew to software such as Logic Pro and Pro Tools, and equipment such as the Traktor Scratch Pro 2 and Serato Itch gets novices started on the right foot as more experienced students graduate to more sophisticated nicknames, such as DJ Shmee Jay.

1666 1st Ave W
Vancouver,
BC
CA

When Alfonso Arnold took time off from touring Canada as a musician, he planned to focus on business and marketing. But when a colleague asked him to snap a quick shot of a local artist, Arnold realized he had found a new artistic passion: photography. Since capturing that spur-of-the-moment image, he's crafted a diverse portfolio that encompasses fine art, commercial work, and a wide variety of subjects. He also teaches at Vancouver's LaSalle College of Design, imparting the photographic technique that's inspired the University of British Columbia and Amnesty International to commission his work. Arnold himself has been featured on CBC and MTV Canada.

As the instructor and founder of Photography Cures, he follows a philosophy that hinges on giving constructive critiques and paying close attention to students' skills so he can tailor each workshop and curriculum to individual needs. Not content to merely lecture, Arnold takes students on photo walks so they can get hands-on experience and try out their new skills.

260 Terminal Avenue
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Over the course of his NBA career, Steve Nash developed a fitness vision?one where a place could promote a healthy and balanced lifestyle for all. Within its 18 locations across the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island, Steve Nash Fitness World & Sports Club strives to fulfill that vision by maximizing each member's experience in a fun and friendly environment.

Featuring a variety of amenities for all those wanting to achieve their fitness goals, each facility boasts state-of-the-art training equipment for clients' cardio and weight-lifting needs. For those who work better in packs, a wide range of fun group fitness classes are offered, including Zumba, yoga, pound, and LaBlast. Experienced certified personal trainers impart their wealth of fitness knowledge and effective exercise programs, but also inform on the latest in health and fitness, in-club events, and several other exciting member services.

1185 Georgia St W
Vancouver,
BC
CA

Tantra Fitness's owner Tammy Morris, a professional pole dancer, helms a staff comprised of circus aerialists, choreographers, and fitness specialists to help women tone their bodies through alternative fitness regimens. Coaches lead an array of sensual fitness classes designed around their fun factor, value as body-weight-resistance exercises, and usefulness in mocking inflexible scarecrows. Topics include pole dancing, chair-based workouts, and dance routines ranging from ballet to hip hop as well as acro-stretch classes that challenge muscles to bend through exercises inspired by Chinese circus performers. Parties and private lessons bring small groups of students together to learn pole or lap-dance routines, or hone their professional jewel-theft techniques in a flexibility-enhancing exercise of their choice.

1715 Cook St
Vancouver,
BC
CA

With a focus on giving its clients an intimate, small-studio experience, Sanga Yoga Studio's cozy Dunbar Street location accepts no more than 18 students per class. Studio owner and Vancouver Yoga Conference faculty member Shannon Cluff harnesses her experience from mentoring more than 40 yoga teachers to inspire and guide Sanga's team of instructors. Together, they lead a comprehensive roster of daytime and evening classes that includes Hatha yoga, Flow, and Yin suitable for both beginning and advanced yogis.

Shannon's ongoing commitment to the development and growth of yoga instructors manifests itself in her Teacher's Integration Program, where she counsels certified teachers, showing them how to refine their instructional approaches and encouraging their progress along the way with downward-facing fist-bumps.

3458 Dunbar St
Vancouver,
BC
CA