Fitness Classes in San Francisco, CA

Three Barre Classes or One-Month Unlimited Membership at The Dailey Method (Up to 62% Off)

The Dailey Method

Ingleside Terraces

Workouts blend Pilates, yoga, and ballet to build lean muscle and improve posture

$66 $25

$39 for Five Body-Sculpting Classes at Pop Physique (Up to 59% Off)

Pop Physique


Students sweat to indie and hip-hop tunes during high-intensity strength and flexibility workouts designed around ballet-barre exercises

$95 $39

Two, Four, or Five Pole-Dancing Classes at San Francisco Pole & Dance (Up to 54% Off)

San Francisco Pole & Dance

South of Market

Customers can practice their pole-dancing skills in a supportive environment with classes that teach the basics as well as choreography

$60 $29

10 or 15 Yoga Classes at Yoga Flow SF - Ocean Avenue (Up to 64% Off)

Yoga Flow SF - Ocean Avenue

Ingleside Terrace

Instructors set Vinyasa sequences to music in heated studio, modifying poses to suit all levels; massage & childcare services also available

$150 $59

12 Night Classes or One-Month Boot Camp for One or Two at K-One Fitness (Up to 81% Off)


Pacific Heights

Fitness classes include boxing and muay thai; boot camps vanquish excess weight through varied sessions of aerobic exercise

$204 $39

$22 for 10 Zumba Classes at Zumba with Adriana ($100 Value)

Zumba with Adriana

Multiple Locations

Adriana leads easy-to-follow choreographed routines set to Latin-music inside a bright, airy studio

$100 $22

Four or Eight TRX Fitness Classes at bodyFi (Up to 64% Off)


Multiple Locations

Incinerate calories and build lean muscle in TRX group exercise classes such as TABATA-X, HIIT TRX, Studio TRX, ViPR, and Kettlebells

$80 $29

5, 10, or 25 Yoga Classes at Mission Yoga (Up to 64% Off)

Mission Yoga

Mission Yoga

Each 90-minute, heated Bikram class is designed to stimulate every organ, gland, muscle, and body system with a sequence of 26 postures

$75 $31

5 or 10 Boot-Camp Classes or One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes at Body Mechanix (Up to 87% Off)

Body Mechanix

Multiple Locations

Trainers lead classes through exercises that build strength, speed, and overall endurance

$80 $29

5 or 10 Classes at The Park Gym (Up to 80% Off)

The Park Gym


CrossFit and boxing classes help participants get into shape

$160 $39

5 or 10 Kickboxing Classes at Empower (Up to 90% Off)


Financial District

The hour-long Stand Empower group classes focus on the principles of stand-up kickboxing, boosting self-confidence and strength

$200 $19

10-Class Pass or One- or Three-Month Unlimited-Class Pass at YogaWorks (Up to 74% Off)


Multiple Locations

Yoga Alliance–trained instructors lead exercisers of all abilities through yoga classes that include Iyengar, Hatha, and Vinyasa Flow

$135 $49

10 or 15 Yoga Classes at Bikram Hot Yoga Seacliff (Up to 73% Off)

Bikram Hot Yoga Seacliff

Sea Cliff

Certified instructors guide students through Bikram yoga’s 26 postures to limber up the body in a heated studio

$140 $49

Up to 56% Off Zumba classes at Zumba with Stef

Zumba with Stef


From the merchant: Zumba Fitness is for everyone, all ages, sizes and fitness levels! Come scorch calories and have a blast doing it!

$80 $35

$16 for $32 Worth of Services — ZenFit: All-in-1 Bootcamp & Yoga


South Park

From the merchant: ZenFit = Bootcamp Workout + Yoga + Meditation – all in 1 hour and set to epic music in a candle-lit environment

$32 $16

Yoga Classes at Moving Arts Studio (Up to 52% Off)

Moving Arts Studio


Strengthen core muscles and boost balance during meditative yoga sessions

$50 $24

$35 for 10 Boot-Camp Classes at REACTT Boot Camp ($180 Value)

REACTT Boot Camp

Multiple Locations

Instructors blend high-energy athletic training with techniques used by recreational athletes and cross trainers to create intense workouts

$180 $35

Four or Eight Pilates Reformer or Springboard Classes at bodyFi (Up to 59% Off)


Multiple Locations

Trainers lead Pilates reformer and Pilates springboard classes that shape up bodies and tone lean muscles

$120 $49

Three or Six Indoor-Cycling, Barre, TRX, or Kettlebell Classes at Go! Indoor Cycling (Up to 54% Off)

Go Cycling

North Beach

Tunes and movies spice up indoor-cycing classes that also include a bit of off-bike work with weights, kettlebells, and resistance bands

$75 $35

10, 20, or 30 Bikram Yoga Classes at Bikram Yoga Nob Hill (Up to 77% Off)

Bikram Yoga Nob Hill

Civic Center

Bikram Yoga classes in a heated studio engage major muscle groups and boost flexibility in a sequence of 26 asanas

$130 $49

$59 for 10 TRX Circuit Training Classes or Cardio Boxing Classes ($275 Value)

Hit Fit SF - Nob Hill

Hit Fit SF - Nob Hill

Professional trainers use knowledge of boxing & circuit training to provide a unique workout that strengthens the core & conditions muscles

$275 $59

$49 for Unlimited 30-Day Martial-Arts Gym Pass to Hybrid Training SF ($185 Value)

Hybrid Training SF

Central North San Francisco

Boxing classes, Brazilian juijitsu, and muay thai taught by experienced instructors in a fully stocked gym

$185 $49

1 Month Unlimited or 5 or 10 Cycling and/or HIIT Classes at Lavation (Up to 73% Off)


San Francisco

Cycling classes burn calories; HIIT classes strengthen cardiovascular conditioning with intense interval training

$150 $49

$19 for 10 Zumba Classes at TrueFit Studio ($50 Value)

TrueFit Studio

TrueFit Studio

Dance away the calories in these challenging Zumba fitness classes

$50 $19

Four Personal Training Sessions at Personal Training with Alejandro (65% Off)

Personal Training With Alejandro

West Portal

From the merchant: Receive 5-Star service, as you go through a personalized workout program, to help you achieve your fitness goals!

$260 $91

5 or 10 Cardio Boxing and TRX Circuit Training Classes at HIT Fit SF (Up to 76% Off)

Hit Fit SF


Certified trainers fuse boxing techniques with TRX suspension training to create high intensity workouts

$125 $39

Three or Six Cardio-Boxing Classes at World Class Boxing Gym (Up to 76% Off)

World Class Boxing Gym


Certified trainers lead exercisers through a routine of kicks and punches

$60 $19

Up to 76% Off Boxing Classes at Polk Street Gym

Polk Street Gym

Polk Street Gym

Classes help beginning boxers tone their cores, arms, and legs while practicing jabs, hooks, footwork, and head movement

$200 $49

$40 for $115 Worth of Personal Fitness Program — John Ellis Acupuncture, Massage, and Personal Training

John Ellis Acupuncture, Massage, And Personal Training


We’ll customize a plan based on a thorough assessment, deal with injuries, and set realistic diet and exercise goals

$115 $40

Three Personal Training Sessions at George Jr's Fitness & Lifestyle Coaching (65% Off)

George Jr's Fitness & Lifestyle Coaching

Central Richmond

FitLife coaches help enhance people’s lives in a variety of ways through exercise

$255 $89

Select Local Merchants

  • Mission Yoga
    Juicy Liberty Sanchez and Steve23 traveled separate, yet intertwining paths before becoming partners in life and in yoga. Juicy was hooked on Bikram yoga after her first class in 2001, during which she fell down many times, but continued to rise to the challenge, both literally and figuratively. As time went on, she grew more interested in yoga than in her erstwhile law career. In 2005, Juicy asked Steve23—making ends meet as an artist—if he wanted to attend a Bikram teacher training with her. It was then they discovered that they had almost met on several occasions in years past. The rest, as they say, is history: the duo became the owners of Mission Yoga in 2006 and was married the following year in Honolulu at another Bikram teacher training. The bright turquoise and orange studio is a vibrant, funky homage to their Latino heritage and Indian culture, complete with murals and artwork painted by the teachers and students. They and their team of certified Spanish-speaking instructors help perpetuate a yoga method developed by Bikram Choudhury. The sequence of 26 postures, performed in a heated studio, works to stimulate and strengthen every nook and cranny of the human frame. The hot surroundings are designed to loosen muscles, promote flexibility, and add authenticity to karaoke versions of "Hot Blooded." Within the 1,500-square-foot yoga room, up to 70 students become more limber beneath an electric-blue ceiling painted with white swirls that resemble clouds.
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Excelsior Yoga
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? A tranquil and clean studio in the heart of the Excelsior on Mission Street. We focus on classical Hatha integrating yoga breathing techniques, dynamic postures held up to a minute for strength and flexibility; and various restorative meditations. Each class is pleasantly different. No music or heat Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged? Clients are motivated according to their individual goals determined at or near the time of first visit. We track attendance and stay connected via, email, calls, social media, raffles, surveys, limited offers and newsletters. Clients with Membership get discounts toward all studio services. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? We are the first yoga studio in the Excelsior. One of the founders grew up in neighborhood and saw the need to bring the many benefits of yoga here. Opening the studio is the culmination of the dream to make a living doing what we love while at the same time contributing to our community. What do you love most about your job? We love helping people achieve their wellness and personal development goals through the practice of hatha yoga. We strive to promote a healthy, holistic, and mindful lifestyle in the community. Participating in other people's journey and transformation truly inspires us!
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Jewish Community Center of San Francisco
    Five Things to Know About the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco Since its founding in 1877, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco has served as a focal point for the Bay Area’s diverse Jewish population, with classes, cultural events, and fitness programs open to all. Here are a few things to know about the West Coast’s oldest Jewish center: It’s a cultural nerve center. There’s always something going on at the JCCSF. The center regularly hosts lectures and performances from scholars, musicians, writers, and comedians, as well as eye-opening art exhibits and installations. It’s a great place to learn. With three preschools and K-5 enrichment programs for kids, plus dance, art, and DIY classes for adults, the JCCSF helps students of all ages learn new skills and crafts. It’s a great place to get healthy. In addition to its numerous cultural activities, the JCCSF is home to a four-floor, 45,000 square-foot fitness center. Members can take advantage of over 200 drop-in fitness classes a week, a 25-yard lap pool, basketball gym, and a full-service spa and sauna. They’re always giving back to the community. Whether it’s through language classes for recent immigrants, resources for interfaith families, or charity drives with its Repair the World program, JCCSF members are hard at work making their city a better place. They welcome all visitors Though the JCCSF has a mission to enrich Jewish identity and culture, membership has always been open to people of all ages, creeds, and backgrounds.
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center
    For more than half a century, the volunteer instructors of Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center—a nonprofit organization—have kept founder Swami Vishnu-devananda’s mission alive. To help students balance their mind, body, and spirit through yoga, the instructors lead classical yoga and meditation classes seven days a week. Yoga newbies can take part in 60-minute beginner sessions, which focus on breath work and posture practice, and more seasoned yogis can challenge themselves in an “open” class that encourages meditating until they levitate and touch the ceiling. To ensure ample attention, instructors keep all class sizes small and take a gentle approach to teaching the ancient fitness form. Along with enlightening students about yoga, the center’s volunteers also encourage helping out with charitable endeavors such as the prison project, which provides yoga books, correspondence letters, and yoga classes to inmates. The center also serves donation-based vegetarian meals at 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. each day. At Sivananda’s 40-acre yoga farm, located in the Sierra Nevada Foothills, students can escape the hustle and bustle of the real world as they decompress with daily yoga and reenergize with organic foods harvested from the farm.
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • Planet Granite
    When the climbers of Planet Granite say that community anchors everything they do, they have a history of outreach to back it up. After Castle Rock State Park appeared on California’s closure list, Planet Granite’s team quickly organized a fundraiser to save the sanctuary. They pledged $10,000 in matching funds, threw an auction, scheduled guest speakers, and obtained support from companies such as REI. In one night, they raised $20,725. This kind of response has typified Planet Granite’s team since opening its first facility in 1994. One of the first climbing gyms in the country, Planet Granite has expanded to four locations in Belmont, San Francisco, and Sunnyvale and Portland. The diverse array of climbing resources at each location led Popsugar to name the gym conglomerate one of the top five in San Francisco in 2011. At the San Francisco location, members scale 25,000 square feet of climbable surfaces that ascend from top out bouldering to 50-foot walls. In keeping with their commitment to community, the staff tailors instruction and climbing routes to every ability level and affinity for hand sweatiness. They also supervise each gyms’ fully equipped fitness centers, including yoga, which provides a peaceful counterbalance to the full-body workout of rock climbing.
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    San Francisco, CA US
  • EHS Pilates
    Back in the 1980s when Nancy Myers began practicing pilates as a method of injury recovery, she had no idea it would lead her to cofound the bastion of "energy, health, and strength" that is EHS Pilates. Today, in partnership with Tracey Sylvester, the two oversee the company's operations, including the programming of the EHS Institute for Pilates and massage. The duo plucks the ripest instructors to lead onsite classes, and charge the teachers with the duty of helping others master Balanced Body equipment. Teachers are trained to help students of all levels reach their full potential, with EHS Pilates Reformer, Chair, Springboard, and Mat classes recommended to help beginners tackle the basics such as posture, alignment, breathing, cueing, and equipment setup. EHS Pilates also offers Qigong classes, which use breathing techniques, gentle movement, and meditation to help students cleanse systems and strengthen muscles. Promoting a clean state of mind, this Chinese technique aims to create better physical health. The studio also offers barre technique classes, with Balanced Body Barre classes combining Pilates and cardio moves. EHS's education program is nationally recognized, yet the studio remains devoted to healing the local community. The Wellness Center promotes health with acupuncture and chiropractic care.
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    San Francisco, CA US