Fitness Classes in Seattle, WA

20 CrossFit Classes at StoneWay CrossFit (88% Off)

StoneWay Crossfit

North Queen Anne

High-intensity workouts keep muscles and minds fully engaged with daily exercises such as box hops, barbells, gymnastics, and tire flips

$500 $59

One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes or 10 Class at Bala Yoga (Up to 81% Off)

Bala Yoga

Multiple Locations

Students stretch their way to better health in a variety of restorative, Vinyasa, and yoga basics classes

$150 $29

Pole-Dance Workshop or Six-Week Pole 101 or Boudoir 101 Class Series at Divine Movement Pole Dancing (57% Off)

Divine Movement Pole Dancing

Multiple Locations

Students learn the basic movements and concepts of boudoir dance and pole twirls through a drop-in workshop or six-week series

$40 $21

10 Bikram Yoga Sessions or One Month of Unlimited Yoga at Bikram Yoga West Seattle (Up to 78% Off) 

Bikram Yoga West Seattle


Heated yoga sessions help boost flexibility, prevent injury, and increase stamina

$145 $35

10 or 15 Hot Yoga Classes at Seattle Yoga Lounge - Seattle (Up to 69% Off)

Seattle Yoga Lounge

Seattle Yoga Lounge - Green Lake

Formerly I Love Hot Yoga, ever-changing routines are the norm in these yoga classes performed in a studio heated between 95 and 100 degrees

$119.99 $39

$43 for 10 Fitness Classes at Compfit ($99 Value)



Personal trainer with more than 30 years of experience helms a variety of fitness classes, such as Zumba, boot camp, and acro yoga

$99 $43

10 Classes at Sealevel Hot Yoga (Up to 81% Off)

Sealevel Hot Yoga

Sealevel Hot Yoga

Certified instructors lead students through poses in heated rooms with antimicrobial flooring

$155 $29

Four Weeks of Membership and Unlimited Fitness Classes at Hot Feet Fitness (70% Off)

Hot Feet Fitness


From the merchant: Unlimited Stretch, Workout or Yoga Classes

$129 $39

One Month Free Membership with Purchase of 1-Month Membership at Zumba with IDA

Zumba with IDA


For $4, receive One Month Free Membership with Purchase of 1-Month Membership

$0 $4

Intro to Pole Dance Workshop or 5-Week Intro to Pole Dance Program at Enchant Vertical Dance,LLC (Up to 51% Off)

Enchant Vertical Dance, LLC

Enchant Vertical Dance, LLC

Instructors combine fluid dance with grace and safe teaching methods in pole dance classes

$30 $15

$25 for One-Month Gym Membership with Unlimited Zumba Classes at Curves on Crown Hill ($44 Value)

Curves on Crown Hill

Crown Hill

Experienced trainers watch over gym-goers using hydraulic resistance machines designed exclusively for female fitness needs

$44 $25

Pole-Fitness and Burlesque Classes at Pole Fitness Seattle (Up to 57% Off). Three Options Available.

Pole Fitness Seattle

Industrial District East

Students focus on building confidence as they watch their bodies change over time; experienced dance instructors from various backgrounds

$35 $15

One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes or 10 Yoga Classes at Be Yoga Burien (Up to 80% Off)

Be Yoga Burien


Students flow through poses and breathing exercises during yoga classes including Bikram (hot), vinyasa (warm), and yin (unheated)

$140 $39

Up to 67% Off Yoga Classes at Tiger Lily Yoga

Tiger Lily

Mt. Baker

From the merchant: Regular yoga practice makes your life better. Tiger Lily is a welcoming and inclusive space. Come practice with us.

$129 $45

Ten or One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Sweat Hot Yoga (Up to 66% Off)

Sweat Hot Yoga


Rebekah Santiago and her team of instructors help clients of all levels of physical ability reap the benefits of hot yoga

$115 $39

4 or 10 Small-Group Reformer Classes at Vitality Pilates Studio (Up to 77% Off)

Vitality Pilates Studio

Multiple Locations

Instructors lead progressive Pilates reformer classes tailored to each student’s physical needs; Foundations classes limited to six students

$156 $49

5 or 10 Classes at Yoga For Life (Up to 78% Off)

Yoga For Life


Instructors guide new and old yogis through 28 classes of varying styles per week; introductory series available for beginners

$89 $20

Three Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Shefayoga (Up to 70% Off)



Students of all abilities bend and stretch through Hatha and Vinyasa yoga classes in a heated studio

$350 $103.99

10 or 20 Yoga Classes at District Yoga (Up to 60% Off)

District Yoga And Fitness

District Yoga

Stretch and detox during 60 and 90-minute hot-yoga classes

$100 $45

One-Month Membership with One Personal-Training Session for One or Two at Gold's Gym Seattle (Up to 94% Off)

Gold's Gym – Seattle

Multiple Locations

Along with access to cardio and strength-training equipment, members work one-on-one with a personal trainer

$250 $19

$59 for 16 Boot-Camp Sessions at Seattle Fit Club ($260 Value)

Seattle Fit Club


Trainers include former NCAA athletes and marathoners; outdoor boot camps meet around Green Lake, with fresh exercises and scenery each week

$260 $59

$50 Off Qigong & Tai Chi Training at The Noble School of Tai Chi & Qigong

The Noble School of Tai Chi & Qigong

University District

For $1, receive $50 off Qigong & Tai Chi Training

$0 $1

One or Three Months Unlimited Yoga at Hopelandic Yoga (Up to 59% Off)

Hopelandic Yoga

University District

Calm the mind and soothe and strengthen the body with yoga sessions in cozy, sunlit studio

$45 $22

3-Month Membership at Emerald City Athletics (Up to 73% Off). 3 Locations Available.

Emerald City Athletics

Multiple Locations

Updated facilities with plenty of cardio equipment, a wide variety of fitness classes, certified personal trainers, and free parking

$259 $69

Five Fitness-Kickboxing Classes or Month of Unlimited Classes at Alpha Martial Arts (Up to 82% Off)

Alpha Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

Fitness-kickboxing classes help students shed excess weight and tone healthy physiques

$140 $25

$29 for Four 25-Minute Personal-Training Sessions at Pro Fit Personal Training (Up to $180 Value)

Pro Fit Personal Training


Certified trainers customize workout plans that focus on areas such as strength, speed, and stamina

$180 $29

One, Three, or Six Months of Unlimited Yoga Classes at Richmond Beach Yoga (Up to 65% Off)

Richmond Beach Yoga

Richmond Beach Yoga

In addition to weekly adult classes, instructors help expecting mothers & children learn yoga; philosophy & meditation class also available

$105 $39

Three Fitness Classes from RichFit Coaching (69% Off)

Richfit Coaching

Green Lake

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$45 $14

One-Month CrossFit Program at Northwest CrossFit (70% Off). Three Locations Available.

Northwest CrossFit

Multiple Locations

CrossFit workouts build muscle, strength, and endurance using scalable movements suited to exercisers of all types

$195 $59

Four Weeks of Unlimited CrossFit Classes from Ballard CrossFit (75% Off)

Ballard CrossFit

Ballard CrossFit

2 Week Beginning CrossFit Series + 2 Weeks Unlimited Group Classes (2 Weeks Unlimited Classes with prior CF experience)

$195 $49

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  • CrossFit West Seattle
    Every human body may be unique, but the basic patterns of our muscles and skeletons are almost universal. The fitness science of CrossFit relies on that uniformity in each of its exercises, which are designed to help bodies function better in ten different domains of fitness. If that sounds like a lot of learning for a workout regimen, don’t worry. In addition to leading vigorous exercises, the coaches at CrossFit West Seattle act as stewards of CrossFit knowledge. They slowly familiarize beginners with the terminology, techniques, and equipment required to navigate CrossFit’s workouts. In fact, they require that all new students complete a series of fundamentals classes before joining the regularly scheduled sessions or hanging out in the evening to play catch with barbells. But students are not merely challenged; instructors also motivate and reward students for their hard work, and the group setting fosters a team-like atmosphere.
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    Seattle, WA US
  • Sweat Hot Yoga
    Students should bring: Mat, towel and bottle water. We rent if you do not have them. Average class length: 60-90 minutes Number of Staff: 5–10 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2011 Registration required: No Good for beginners: Yes Parking: Free street parking Pro Tip: Please arrive 15 minutes early, we do not allow late students into the yoga space. Q&A with Rebekah Santiago, Owner and Teacher Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? I thrive of having many different styles and levels of yoga in my studio. My community consists of a large range of age, bodies, and fitness types who enjoy the family and comfort[able] atmosphere of Sweat. My instructors become more than teachers; we are family and encourage students to go [at] their own pace and to acknowledge where they are in their practice. Students don't just find a fitness routine at Sweat, they find a family. What's the most radical physical transformation you've seen a client make? I have seen so many it's hard to just say [one] is the most radical. I have helped a man lower his diabetes, helped a woman's pain through a MS attack, cured many sciatic problems, back issues... I could go on. I would have to say that what makes me most proud is when students come to me and tell me that I have changed their life. Students often come to hot yoga for fitness and discover that yoga is so much more. They begin to discover their true self and are able to take the yoga off their mat and into their lives, creating a more balanced life and letting go of stress. This is what keeps me going as a teacher and owner.
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    Seattle, WA US
  • WASUP Yoga
    Yoga instructor Hasna Atry maintains a zen-like composure as she leads her students through series of challenging poses. The once competitive swimmer and triathlete didn't attain this serene state easily. At her first yoga class, about 14 years ago, she found nothing but frustration. She would look around the room to see droves of people more fit and limber than she was. Then she asked herself, "Why am I comparing myself to others?" With that simple question, she set forth on an inner journey that she says gradually deepened her connection to the present moment. Today, Atry leads standup-paddleboard-yoga classes to help clients navigate their own journeys. Of course, clients who just want a workout or who have already beaten the boss in the final asana level are welcome, too. Instructors meet with students at Surf Ballard before venturing into Puget Sound, where classes, generally limited to eight participants, anchor their boards. In addition to stimulating fine stability muscles, the water's constant rippling requires that each yoga pose be executed with precision. "If you place your foot out of alignment, you're going to go swimming," she says. Besides the added presence of mind demanded by the board's wobbliness, the Puget Sound's surroundings also center students in the present moment. Bald eagles and salmon make frequent appearances, and Atry once even had a baby seal try to pull her board away from class. This unique combination of exercise and the outdoors has earned WASUP plentiful local press, including coverage in the Seattle Times. Atry and her team donate a portion of their proceeds to the Noel House and Yoga Behind Bars programs.
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    Seattle, WA US
  • Rainier Health & Fitness
    Equipment: kettlebells, barbells, pullup bar, rings, medicine balls, jump ropes Students should bring: Water bottle and towel Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1–5 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2013 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: No Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Dress comfortably, be ready to move and have fun in a positive environment with others getting fit. In 2005, Sili Kalepo and a friend started working out in an old warehouse; it was their solution to the complete lack of neighborhood gyms in Rainier Beach. Fortunately, the space suited their style of exercise pretty well, their programs caught on, and they started a gym. They became part of the non-profit Urban Impact, striving to promote healthier lifestyles in the community. Time treated them well, and in 2013 they relocated to a brand new facility on the ground floor of the Emerald City Commons, with their CrossFit program taking over the space next door. These days, workouts incorporate a variety of agility, strength, and endurance training techniques. The routines can get pretty intense, but the trainers are on-hand to monitor maneuvers and ensure participants stay healthy. "We believe that all people have a threshold that is safe for their bodies to handle," says the CrossFit trainer. "All workouts can be modified to your intensity level and ability."
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    Seattle, WA US
  • Yogalife Seattle
    Yogalife’s founder Michael Suzerris came to yoga after suffering a life-altering spinal injury in 1978, though he did not learn the practice in a traditional beginner class, like most. To rehabilitate himself, he developed his own routine based on linking and healing the mind and body. Years later, he discovered yoga, and realized that his intuitive, self-prescribed physical therapy that was so instrumental to his well-being was essentially the ancient art practiced by people all over the globe. Twenty-two years after his injury, he opened his yoga studio, leading classes that focus on the meditation and mind-body connection that helped him heal. Yogalife spans across two studios, each of which accommodate 30 students on their journeys toward physical and mental health. The instructors lead a variety of classes to suit students of all fitness levels, including a four-week intro series for newcomers, and challenging classes for advanced students. Restorative yoga uses a short, gentle asana warm-up to relax and prepare the mind and body to receive the benefits of relieving stress and bringing the mind, body, and spirit into balance.
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    Seattle, WA US
  • barre3
    Length, grace, and a healthy body. These are the focuses of barre3 founder Sadie Lincoln. To achieve these results collectively, however, Sadie knew she needed to come up with a completely new routine. Working with yogis, professional dancers, doctors, and athletes, she created the barre3 system. It's a three-step sequence that consists of isometric holds, low-impact movements, and recovery stretching. This combination strengthens cores and aligns postures while sculpting long, lean muscles and burning calories. While upbeat music fills the studio, instructors lead small groups through a heart-racing sequence of yoga-inspired poses and pilates-based exercises. The ballet barre comes into use when striking muscle-building dance poses and stretches. It's a system that has had proven results, which has spurred the successful growth of barre3 locations throughout the country. Today, fitness enthusiasts can find a barre3 studio in 16 states. An easy-to-follow routine, barre3 can also be performed at home with online workouts. These workouts are designed to fit busy schedules with routines that range from 10?60 minutes. All that's needed for online workouts is a barre3 core ball, weights, an exercise mat, and a sturdy, waist-high surface such as the top of Danny DeVito's head.
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    Seattle, WA US