Deals in Presidio, San Francisco


Dance SF: Two or Four Salsa Classes for One or Four Salsa Classes for Two at Dance SF (Up to 70% Off)

Two or Four Salsa Classes for One or Four Salsa Classes for Two at Dance SF (Up to 70% Off)

Dance SF

Multiple Locations

Beginners’ classes focus on basic footwork and rhythm; intermediate classes cover more complex patterns

$40 $12

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Genesis DanceSport Studio: One, Four, or Eight Group Dance Classes at Genesis DanceSport Studio (Up to 56% Off)

One, Four, or Eight Group Dance Classes at Genesis DanceSport Studio (Up to 56% Off)

Genesis DanceSport Studio

San Francisco

Dancing with the Stars pro Edyta Sliwinska and other experienced instructors teach kids and adults dances such as the waltz and tango

$30 $15

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Exploring Music: Piano or Guitar Lessons at Exploring Music (Up to 57% Off). Four Options Available.

Piano or Guitar Lessons at Exploring Music (Up to 57% Off). Four Options Available.

Exploring Music

Inner Richmond

Talented instructors tailor lesson plans to each student's tastes and skill level during private or group music lessons

$70 $32

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Palace of Fine Arts Theatre: Dance Series One at Palace of Fine Arts Theatre

Dance Series One at Palace of Fine Arts Theatre

Palace of Fine Arts Theatre

Presidio

$51 $35.50

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24rise: 10 Boot-Camp Classes at 24RISE (65% Off)

10 Boot-Camp Classes at 24RISE (65% Off)

24rise

Presidio

From the merchant: 24RISE trainers transform the way you look and feel during 45-minute sessions at the Palace of Fine Arts

$500 $175

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

$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

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Fizzee's: $5 Off  A Purchase of $25 or More at Fizzee's

$5 Off A Purchase of $25 or More at Fizzee's

Fizzee's

San Francisco

For $1, receive $5 off A Purchase of $25 or More

$1

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Zumba With Tai: Five Dance-Fitness Classes at Zumba with Tai (74% Off)

Five Dance-Fitness Classes at Zumba with Tai (74% Off)

Zumba With Tai

San Francisco

From the merchant: Dance fitness classes that are fun, energetic, and make you feel amazing.

$50 $13

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  • Accelerate Sports Medicine
    Involve your body and mind with an alternative medical treatments from San Francisco's Accelerate Sports Medicine. Accelerate Sports Medicine sets the bar for the highest quality of medical treatments and services in the area. Looking for high-quality acupuncture services? Check out the offices of Accelerate Sports Medicine. Making an appointment is the only way to get through the doors of this highly-rated establishment. San Francisco's Accelerate Sports Medicine will be happy to assist you with any ailments through their alternative methods.
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    924 Mason St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • San Francisco Gymnastics
    When you need something to do on your day off, visit San Francisco Gymnastics in San Francisco and indulge in a day filled with fun and adventure. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    920 Mason St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Students Rising Above
    A Peabody- and Emmy-winning program, Students Rising Above (SRA) was founded by a local news anchor and a community-relations manager as a scholarship program for students who are the first in their families to attend college but lack the financial resources to support their educations. Many of these students face tremendous challenges such as homelessness and neglect but realize their potential and succeed academically, earning the grades necessary to qualify for further education. SRA selects its program participants during their junior year of high school and works with them through college graduation, helping through guidance and support to foster a 90% graduation rate after four-and-a-half years. Since its inception, the program’s services have grown to include medical care, summer internships, precollege readiness support, and care packages with technology and dorm-room essentials, as well as intangible support in the form of a network of trusted adults and peers. SRA students have attended more than 70 colleges across the country, including Princeton University, Stanford University, and the University of California, Davis.
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    PO Box 29174
    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 three gyms in Belmont, San Francisco, and Sunnyvale. 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 Sunnyvale location, members scale 25,000 square feet of climbable surfaces that ascend from low bouldering terrains to 60-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, ranging from CrossFit to yoga, which provides a peaceful counterbalance to the full-body workout of rock climbing.
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    924 Mason St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • House of Air
    House of Air is not a house—it's a repurposed airplane hangar, and inside is The Matrix. Forty-two trampolines make up this main court, which is part wall and features two skatepark-inspired bowls at its north end. On any given day, the Matrix busies itself by proving that gravity can be exploited. Jumpers ages 7 and up launch from the floors and angled corners high into the air, some of them wearing rented GoPro cameras (available at the park) that record each breathtaking flip and dizzying spin. Despite its size, the Matrix is just one of several areas inside the hangar. There's also the Colosseum, an arena for trampoline dodgeball games; the Training Ground, where jumpers from novice to professional practice their skills and wall-walks during Open Air sessions; and the new Kids Court, a recently completed trampoline zone separated from the rest and dedicated to three- to six-year-old children. This wonderland of trampolines caters to visitors of all stripes. Some might want to take an Air Conditioning class, while others throw jumping parties. Those who want to learn impressive tricks can even take private lessons from a staff of professional coaches, whose specialties range from snowboarding to competitive gymnastics.
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    926 Old Mason St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • La Petite Baleen
    After one look at the pristine pools packed with toys, and it’s no surprise why La Petite Baleen’s four San Francisco–area swim facilities are so popular with kids. What may be surprising, however, is that the flourishing network of schools started humbly in the backyard pool of John Kolbisen and Irene Madrid. In 1979, the public school teachers were brainstorming ways to integrate their passion for educating kids with their love of the water. Starting with their own three children, some neighborhood kids, and their logo–Waverly the Whale, John and Irene began teaching swim lessons with a rather progressive philosophy: They approached swimming not just as an extracurricular activity, but as a means to boost self-confidence, build friendships, and learn to overcome fears. More than 30 years later, La Petite Baleen has become a renowned family of schools, partnered with the U.S. Swim School Association and the Swim for Life Foundation. Part of the success has to do with how children are grouped. In weekly sessions, pods of tots of similar age, skill level, and personality evolve at a similar pace—earning individual achievement ribbons as they do. Kids make friends in the group, and the recurring scheduling means that they can stay enrolled with their new buddies indefinitely or until they grow their own dorsal fins. Each location’s indoor pools are kept at an inviting 90 degrees, in an attempt to make even the most timid student to feel comfortable in the water. Perhaps most importantly, the teachers participate in ongoing training designed to encourage empathetic, yet firm teaching methods.
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    933 Mason Street
    San Francisco, CA US

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