Gyms in Saskatoon


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  • Yoga Downtown
    Owner Jan Henrikson has travelled Europe, the U.S., and Canada to absorb the yoga teachings of renowned masters, earning her certification in the Hatha style of Jivamukti. Since then, she has established herself in Saskatoon as a yoga expert who accepts all skill levels. Subscribing to Woody Allen's belief that "80 per cent of success is just showing up," she encourages anyone, regardless of their experience, age, or build, to immerse themselves in the welcoming curriculum at Joos Yoga. Jan's team of instructors lead classes in several styles, including Yin yoga, pre- and postnatal yoga, and Vinyasa flow. During every session, they foster a no-pressure atmosphere, often commingling beginners and advanced participants in many classes. Furthermore, they intentionally keep class sizes small to ensure students receive personalized attention and have enough room to expand their consciousness without bumping into someone else's pneuma. Joos Yoga also spreads an appreciation for the limbering arts through corporate programs and teacher-training courses, whose standards exceed those put forth by the Yoga Alliance.
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    609 Dufferin Avenue
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • One Yoga
    One Yoga's experienced instructors open their elongated arms to all downward dog devotees and breathe life into searching minds with compliant and pliable classes. The weekly calendar boasts a blend of beginner and advanced sessions that delve into developing deep-breathing techniques, a clearer understanding of one's self, and the strength to defeat inner Facebook demons. The gracious floor space allows families and individuals to explore balancing techniques together while adaptable instructors coach and encourage all who partake. Yoga is recommended for anyone seeking physical activity, reliable relaxation techniques, or the skills required for breaking the third wall.
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    527 Main Street
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • YMCA Saskatoon
    A community presence in Saskatoon since 1908, YMCA remains true to its lasting mission of physical and social enrichment for men, women, and kids of all ages. Members uphold the YMCA?s core values of honesty, acceptance, and fairness as they invest in their community?s children and strengthen family bonds critically weakened by overzealous games of Monopoly. They pump up adult fitness regimens with aquatic fitness and boot-camp classes, squash courts, and a full gymnasium outfitted with equipment for basketball and rope-skipping. They?ve also filled their fitness centre with free weights, cardio equipment, and weight machines. When they?re not helping adults trim down waistlines during yoga, cycling, and aerobics classes, staff members are getting back in touch with their inner children. They stimulate imagination, mental development, and growth as they lead children?s day camps, after-school programs, and art classes. This YMCA outpost further strengthens and unites the Saskatoon community through the YMCA Strong Kids Campaign, which raises much-needed funding for kids and families who can?t afford the full cost of any of YMCA?s progressive programs.
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    25 22nd Street East
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Jazzercise Saskatoon
    Since Judi Sheppard Missett first created Jazzercise in 1969, the dance-fitness fusion has become a household name, and she is still the driving force behind the company today. Though Judi can’t attend all 32,000 classes held weekly in 32 countries, every 10 weeks, instructors around the world receive video of a new routine choreographed by Judi herself. And the routines have certainly evolved since their inception. They currently integrate elements of yoga, Pilates, kickboxing, and resistance training, and are set to a consistently updated soundtrack of top 40, hip-hop, rock, and country hits. Generally, the 60-minute classes begin with a light warm-up before launching into 30 minutes of cardio, a segment with weights and strength training, and then a cooldown with stretches. Students of all ages and experience levels are welcome, but nervous beginners can cuddle up on the couch with their new sneakers and watch videos of signature moves at home before attending their first class.
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    610 Clarence Avenue
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Fitness for 10
    Though they owned successful health clubs, the founders of Fitness For 10 were growing frustrated as they floundered to keep profits up while paying salespeople, group fitness trainers, and childcare providers. So they founded Fitness For 10 to cut out the extra fluff, stocking their club with just the workout essentials. Their return to basics paid off, and today, they have more than 10 clubs in the United States and Canada. At the Regina location, rows of elliptical trainers and other cardio machines line the checkered floor, in addition to three complete exercise circuits, a range of free weights, and SportsArt Fitness strength-training machines. Bright yellow, green, and orange walls energize eyes as guests hit the treadmills or grab exercise balls from the front lobby. After hearty sweat sessions, guests can slip into a tanning bed to bronze their skin for lounging on the beach or distinguishing themselves from their doppelgänger snowmen.
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    2414 8th St E
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Ground Yoga
    Inside Ground Yoga, the hustle and bustle of the city seems a million miles away. Though cars whiz past every few seconds, stillness rules between the walls of this urban sanctuary. Here, seasoned instructors impart ancient poses and breathing techniques to help students calm the chaos that rages within. Earth-toned paint and shiny wooden floors infuse the space with hints of nature, making stress melt faster than a snowman at a chili cook-off. In the classroom, students explore classical traditions such as Hatha and Ashtanga through alignment-focused bends and balances. Beginners flock to Sivananda classes, which build strength and flexibility at a leisurely pace. Filled with inversions and arm balances, Power 2 sessions cater to seasoned yogis and novices seeking a steep physical challenge. To guide students through all stages of life, the studio also hosts classes for expecting mothers and children aged 6–12.
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    626 Broadway Avenue
    Saskatoon, SK CA

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