Classes in Syracuse


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  • Strength In Motion
    The extensively trained and educated staff at Strength In Motion facilitates physical well-being through a far-reaching slate of body-bending exercise programs. Ameliorate torpidity by partaking of the regimented women?s boot-camp classes. These one-hour sessions include resistance training and cardio, which conspire with flexibility and core work to create a strong and sprightly bone-and-muscle house with low cholesterol window treatments and walls bedecked by high spirits. Manly guests can saunter decrepit bodies through a gamut of four 60-minute fitness classes, during which instructors teach strength training, nutrition, and methods for efficacious workout recovery. Check out the class schedule online and call ahead for availability.
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    314 E 1st St
    Lacona, NY US
  • Create Art Studio
    At Create Art Studio, owner and instructor Karyn equips prospective paint-slingers with the instruction and inspiration to realize artistic dreams during step-by-step classes, private parties, and open-studio sessions. The studio seamlessly combines two of Karyn's greatest passions, drawing on both her art-education degree from Purdue University and more than 10 years of classroom experience as a teacher. During the two-hour step-by-step sessions, she and other instructors equip aspiring artistes with all of the necessities to create an original masterpiece, including smocks, easels, canvases, paints, brushes, and haughty French accents. In addition to the instructors' aid, creatively challenged participants can glean clever ideas from the inspiration wall, which helps pupils explore art-worthy subjects beyond traditional bowls of fruit and sunsets. Like conscientious speakeasies, the studio invites guests aged 21 and older to bring along their own snacks and alcohol.
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    511 East Genesee Street
    Fayetteville, NY US
  • Bally Total Fitness
    Bally's story can be traced back to the late 1930s, when a little-known pinball manufacturer in Chicago, Illinois, refined its factories to produce flight equipment for World War II. Ballyhoo's business diversified and boomed in the ‘50s, and within 40 years they became the largest owner and operator of fitness centers in the world. Though their size has ballooned, their mission remains the same: to help each of their clients achieve their ideal bodies through personal training, high-tech workout machines, and heart-pumping group classes. The gym's approach to fitness educates and introduces exercisers to workouts without a steep learning curve or mandatory speed dates with elliptical machines.
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    1 Carousel Center Dr
    Syracuse, NY US
  • VB Performance
    In VB Performance's 13,000-square-foot facility, there's enough room for every type of workout—group fitness classes, solo work, and performance training for athletes. The gym's interval-style boot camps, for example, mix cardio and resistance training, whereas mixed-martial-arts classes tone entire physiques and impart self-defense principles. Members can also access an array of equipment on their own, from cardio and strength machines to Bosu balls and TRX suspension straps.
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    6361 Thompson Rd.
    Syracuse, NY US
  • Central New York Karate & Kobudo Schools
    Founded in 1963, Central New York Karate and Kobudo Schools has a history nearly as rich as karate itself. The schools' classes foster self-discipline, healthfulness, and self-defense for children and adults alike. The instructors for adult classes average a decade of experience apiece, each well versed in the disciplines of Okinawan Goju Ryu karate and kobudo.
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    720 West Manlius Street
    East Syracuse, NY US
  • Fitness and Dance of Central New York
    A strong body must have a strong core. Valerie Patrick, owner and director of Core Pilates & Yoga, knows this fact well, which is why she peppers her studio's schedule with plenty of core-strengthening classes. Valerie and her staff's focus is primarily divided between yoga and Pilates. The former includes regular and hot yoga sessions that increase flexibility and calm the mind. As for Pilates, guests can try mat classes to lengthen and tone muscles, or make use of specialized Pilates equipment that uses springs to challenge the body with resistance. Likewise, Pilates Barre classes combine Pilates moves with ballet barre work for legs and glutes.
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    5620 Business Ave
    Cicero, NY US

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