Zumba in Wheaton

10 Zumba Specialty Classes or Zumba Kids Classes at ZFitness Zone (Up to 51% Off)

ZFitness Zone

West On Ridge Industrial Park

Expert instructors lead students of all ages and fitness levels through body-sculpting Zumba dance fitness classes

$80 $39

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6, 10, or 20 Dance and Zumba Classes at Dance It Off with Kim (Up to 68% Off)

Dance It Off with Kim

Multiple Locations

20 varieties of dance fitness classes a wekk, plus Latin-inspired dance classes that help tone the body and burn calories

$90 $35

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5 or 10 Zumba Classes at Get Fit Now Fitness Studio (Up to 51% Off)

Get Fit Now Fitness Studio

Oak Park

Get in shape with fun moves and toning exercises set of flirty Latin beats

$35 $17

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$25 for Five Zumba or Cardio-Kickboxing Classes at Ballistic Martial Arts and Fitness ($50 Value)

Ballistic Martial Arts and Fitness

Carpentersville

Martial-arts and fitness center hosts fast-paced Zumba classes and cardio kickboxing that uses actual boxing technique

$50 $25

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Five Drop-In Fitness Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at MaZi Dance Fitness Centre (Up to 69% Off)

MaZi Dance Fitness Centre

Multiple Locations

Experienced instructors lead dance-based classes designed to strengthen & tone muscles for pupils of all skill levels

$95 $29

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6 or 12 Zumba Classes at Dance Center Chicago (Up to 54% Off)

Dance Center Chicago

Lincoln Square

Zumba combines aerobic exercise with a party atmosphere to make sure each new class is as interesting as the last

$42 $20

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Equipment: Aerial hammocks, poles, Pilates equipment, spin bikes, weights, yoga mats

Students Should Bring: Water, yoga mat

Registration Required: Yes

Good for Beginners: Yes

Average Class Length: 60 minutes

Number of Staff: 1?5 people

Class Location: Indoors only

Established: 2013

Parking: Parking lot

The sky's the limit at Flying Buddha Fitness. Or, perhaps more appropriately, the ceiling is. Aerial yoga is one of the fitness studio's specialties, and challenges students to perform traditional yoga moves while suspended in fabric hammocks that are attached to the ceiling. It sounds both exhilarating and exhausting, but the method is actually quite accessible for students of all fitness levels. The hammocks are hung close to the ground, so beginners can feel safe as they learn how to use the fabric to maneuver in-and-out of poses, support their body weight, and make old workout clothes feel stylish again, while experienced aerial yogis can work their way up to performing acrobatic maneuvers such as inversions and flips.

Of course, Flying Buddha has plenty of classes for those who prefer to stay on the ground as well. The schedule features everything from meditative vinyasa yoga sessions to upbeat turbo kick and piloxing classes. And, although challenging workouts abound, the studio maintains a family-friendly vibe, as evidenced by its array of youth classes and Friday night family fitness sessions.

1213 Butterfield Road
Wheaton,
IL
US

Light floods through Midwest Fit Club's floor-to-ceiling windows, giving the exercisers a healthy glow as they run on treadmills, track their heart rates on elliptical trainers, and grunt through free-weight reps. In the gym?s spacious group fitness studio, experienced trainers lead students through the flowing poses of power Vinyasa yoga, work full bodies during Fit Camp sessions, and groove through Zumba classes? thumping global party beats. Trainers also lead one-on-one and group personal-training sessions focused on each student?s goals, whether they're beginners who?ve never exercised regularly or fitness enthusiasts who did burpees in the womb.

5019 Ace Ln
Naperville,
IL
US

The multi-colored lights at ZFitness Zone flood the studio with bright energy that is only heightened by the infectious dance music that pumps through the speakers. While this dance-party vibe might confuse those looking for a traditional workout or the library, instructors feel right at home. They lead Zumba classes filled with cardio dance moves and easy-to-follow routines that make working out a fun, engaging activity as well as hip hop and step bench. And in addition to original Zumba, they also offer low-impact classes for beginners.

540 Industrial Dr.
Naperville,
IL
US

Bloomingdale Park District's The Oasis Water Park welcomes splishers and splashers with three separate playscapes dedicated to aquatic fun. 'Cuda Cove devotes itself to exercise with its eight-lane competitive lap pool, and the one- and three-meter diving boards that launch human cannonballs or real cannonballs that just want to know what it's like to be a human child. More leisurely pool-goers can saunter over to Mango Bay, where they'll find a zero-depth entry pool complete with geysers, spilling buckets, and water slides that send guests careening into the pool below from heights of ten stories. Otter Island invites tiny fun-seekers to run wild in a safe playground complete with water cannons and pint-sized slides.

For more than 40 years, the Bloomingdale Park District has been creating safe and healthy spaces for active families and energetic children. The park district oversees more than 160 acres of open space, as well as 2,400 exercise and enrichment programs for children, seniors, and Dorian Grays in need of a new hobby. Its central hub, the 21,000-square-foot Johnson Recreation Center, teaches agile arts of gymnastics and dance while hosting the furious bouts of roundball on four basketball courts.

Hilton Chicago/Indian Lakes Resort
Bloomingdale,
IL
US

At Rising Goddess Fitness, the classes emphasize rising?both literally and figuratively. In the literal sense, students often leave the ground behind, mounting hammocks during aerial fitness sessions and executing flips in advanced pole sessions. In a more figurative sense, founders Michelle Tenuta and Barb Cassidy have designed most of their classes in four-week sequences, so over time, students' confidence in their abilities rises. Each class builds on its predecessor, ensuring that by the end of the month, students have mastered something new. That could mean keeping the hoop aloft in a hula-hoop-fitness class, executing a flip in a pole class, or touching their belly button with their eyes closed in a belly-dance session.

208 E Chicago Ave.
Westmont,
IL
US

If you've been bowling in Chicago, chances are pretty good you've been to a Chicagoland Bowling establishment. With member centers from the north to the south, the organization connects pin destroyers all over the city. The advantages of this network include tournaments that span the entire region, scholarship programs for talented youth bowlers, and a cornucopia of options for clowns who juggle bowling pins.

155 W Irving Park Rd
Wood Dale,
IL
US