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Guide: 6 workout classes in Seattle that you’ll actually love

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Remember that New Year’s resolution you made that had something to do with working out? Oof, yea, us too. Since we’re two weeks into the month, we should probably get going on that. Luckily, working out doesn’t have to suck and we’re here to help! Here are 6 workout classes in Seattle that you’ll actually look forward to.

Corepower Yoga

Corepower sure knows how to teach a great class. With 4 solid classes to choose from, you won’t get overwhelmed with choices! Also, we guarantee you’ll have a great time. Try C1 if you’re brand spanking new to yoga, or give C2 a try if you’re ready to turn up the heat.

Where: Various locations across the city

Divine Movement

The new year is for trying new things, and maybe just maybe you should consider taking a pole dancing class at Divine Movement! Not only is pole dancing fun, but it’s a serious workout. What’s even better is that Divine Movement is open to everyone and there’s no dance or pole background required!

Where: 4250 Aurora Ave N, Suite B108 or 12089 124th Ave NE Kirkland

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Dance Church

Dancing isn’t reserved for the weekend anymore. Dance Church is an all-abilities movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. It’s for people of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds, and identities and is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies. No judgement here!

Where: Various locations across the city

Pilates on 10th

If you’re into more intimate/1 on 1 classes, Pilates on 10th will be the spot for you. You begin by taking one private class so that the instructors know what areas you need and want to strengthen. Then, you’re able to move on to group classes. Talk about a personalized experience!

Where: 2351 10th Ave E

Seattle Boxing Gym

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If you’re looking for a high-intensity workout, then maybe boxing is where you should be! Seattle Boxing Gym has both private and group training sessions, open to all skill levels. You’ll be ripped in no time!

Where: 2001 W. 15th Ave

Versatile Arts

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We all have dreams of flying, and now you can at Versatile Arts! This unique training studio focuses on aerial and dance fitness. They provide a creative, safe, supportive environment where circus artists of all levels can learn, train, perform and be inspired. You’ll have tons of fun, trust us!

Where: 7601 Greenwood Ave N

That’s a wrap for our recomendations. Hopefully you learned about all the great workout classes in Seattle, and maybe you’re just about ready to get those sneakers on. We have faith in you and your cardio. Have fun and stay fit, Seattle!

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