Sports in Pioneer Square, Seattle


Praxis Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: 10 Brazilian Jiujitsu Kids Classes or One Month of Kids Classes at Praxis Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (Up to 73% Off)

10 Brazilian Jiujitsu Kids Classes or One Month of Kids Classes at Praxis Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (Up to 73% Off)

Praxis Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

South-Lake Union

Experienced instructor teaches young students practical, useful grappling maneuvers, and take-downs

$108 $29

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Waters Martial Arts: $50 for $100 towards Private Training at Waters Martial Arts

$50 for $100 towards Private Training at Waters Martial Arts

Waters Martial Arts

Seattle

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

$100 $50

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KAF Adventures: Classroom Mountaineering or Backpacking Class for One or Two at KAF Adventures (Up to 40% Off)

Classroom Mountaineering or Backpacking Class for One or Two at KAF Adventures (Up to 40% Off)

KAF Adventures

KAF Adventures, LLC

Prepare for an outdoor adventure by learning about navigation, equipment, emergency response, and other mountaineering skills

$82.32 $49

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Moss Bay Row, Kayak, Sail & Paddle Board Center: Paddleboard, Single or Double Kayak Rental from Moss Bay Row, Kayak, Sail & Paddle Board Center (46% Off)

Paddleboard, Single or Double Kayak Rental from Moss Bay Row, Kayak, Sail & Paddle Board Center (46% Off)

Moss Bay Row, Kayak, Sail & Paddle Board Center

South-Lake Union

Two-hour rentals afford adventures through sheltered waters including Lake Union, Washington Park Arboretum, Portage Bay & Union Bay

$30 $16.25

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Alpha Martial Arts: One or Two Months of Muay Thai Kickboxing at Alpha Martial Arts (Up to 76% Off)

One or Two Months of Muay Thai Kickboxing at Alpha Martial Arts (Up to 76% Off)

Alpha Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

Muay thai kickboxing classes help participants shed pounds, as well as learn self-defense

$204 $49

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Alpha Martial Arts: $49 for One Month of Beginner Karate Classes at Alpha Martial Arts ($235 Value)

$49 for One Month of Beginner Karate Classes at Alpha Martial Arts ($235 Value)

Alpha Martial Arts

Multiple Locations

Students of all ages and experience levels increase fitness and self-confidence through martial arts classes taught by certified instructors

$235 $49

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Cappy's Boxing Gym: 5 or 10 Boxing Classes or One Month of Unlimited Boxing Fitness Classes at Cappy's Boxing Gym (Up to 53% Off)

5 or 10 Boxing Classes or One Month of Unlimited Boxing Fitness Classes at Cappy's Boxing Gym (Up to 53% Off)

Cappy's Boxing Gym

Seattle

Boxing fitness classes prime fighters of all stripes with non-contact punching practice and muscle-strengthening drills

$95 $45

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  • Scavenger Dash
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Scavenger Adventure Races facet_type_id: 6d95a920-5f06-1032-bd5e-f031ecf94b0e html_text: Generally, adulthood forces people to give up childish pleasures, robbing them of the joy associated with playing in puddles, unearthing hidden treasure, and being silly in public. The folks at Sierra Adventure Sports wants grownups to regress, if only for a day. That's where Scavenger Adventure Races comes in. The Amazing Race-like event pits multiple teams against each other in puzzle-solving and physical challenge events throughout the city. Teams traverse 5–8 miles, utilizing public transportation and their own feet before they hit the finish line, crown the winners, and head to the after-party.
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    164 S Washington Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • M E
    Treat yourself to a relaxing and rejuvenating spa experience at M E in Seattle. Planning to visit this spa in Seattle? Plan ahead because all services are by appointment only. Short on cash? No problem. M E happily accepts all major credit cards. Pay M E a visit and leave feeling refreshed, balanced, and on top of the world.
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    602 2nd Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Sounders FC vs. Real Salt Lake
    The 70,000 fans who attend Seahawks games at CenturyLink Field make the stadium one of the loudest in the NFL. Known as the 12th Man, the rowdy crowd
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    800 Occidental Ave. S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Camp Jitterbug
    Since 2000, Camp Jitterbug has grown from an intimate soiree with only about 100 students to a leading force in the swing-dancing world. It now occupies spaces throughout Seattle, inviting swing bands to play non-stop for four days as a multitude of dancers hone their skills in workshops and evening dance sessions. These workshops cater to specific skill levels, combining expert instruction with live music for a three-day learning experience. Evening dance festivities then begin around 8:30 p.m. and go until the last horn falls silent at around 5 a.m., giving dancers eight-and-a-half hours to put their newfound skills to the test. The next day, the organizers invite dancers back to do it all again, encouraging them to allow the joy of dance to overshadow any lingering exhaustion or soreness from the day before. Meanwhile, the dancers of Jump Session Show punctuate the weekend with performances and demonstrations. The rug-cutters wow crowds with intricate, precisely timed dance moves, just like desperate presidential candidates during their final debate.
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    200 University Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Fenix Fitness
    The Brazilian martial art known as capoeira was founded 500 years ago. Though it began as a fighting practice disguised as a game, capoeira is now widely practiced as a form of exercise, self-expression, and community celebration. Its fluid movements combine acrobatics and dance and are often set to traditional Brazilian music. Professor Fenix, the founder of Fenix Fitness, has been training in capoeira for nearly 20 years. During private and group classes at his studio, he passes on his skills to children, adults, and exceptionally coordinated dogs.
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    700 South Jackson Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Stevens Pass Ski Resort
    By the Numbers: Stevens Pass Ski Resort 1937—the year the resort opened 1,125 acres of skiable terrain 37 major runs, plus numerous bowls, glades, and faces 20-plus degrees on a typical winter day 460 inches of snow falls on the resort annually 2 national forests envelop the resort: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie to the west and the Wenatchee National Forest to the east 0 abominable snowmen spotted this year 3—the youngest age at which kids can begin taking lessons 35 minutes away from Leavenworth and its plethora of music venues, breweries, museums, and spas
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    500 Union St
    Seattle, WA US

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