The Best Warm-Weather Destinations Using Your ClassPass Membership

Though the temperatures may still be pretty high in your city, this winter heat wave definitely won’t last forever. The good news? Thanks to ClassPass Flex – a feature that allows you to use your ClassPass membership in any of our 36 cities – you can always find a warm-weather destination to escape the snow and bitter cold. 

To make it easier for you to click ‘book’ on that last-minute travel deal, we’ve rounded up the most desirable vacay spots where you can get your workout on and take advantage of all that city has to offer.

Here are the cities that have classes heating up just as fast as their rising temps:

Los Angeles

If fitting your hands in the molds of your favorite Hollywood stars isn’t enough to charm you to visit this super famous city, just imagine yourself strolling down the boardwalks at Venice Beach or hitting up the shops on Rodeo Drive. And, if you’re looking to get in a good workout while you’re catching rays in the beautiful 70-degree weather, join in on one of the hundreds of volleyball games going on at any given time. Another tempting sweat session? Hiking the Hollywood Hills. Depending on which trail you take, you could cover up to 6.4 miles!

Studio Recommendations:
Sweat Yoga
Speedplay – Beverly Hills
Unlimited Fitness – Redondo Beach

San Francisco

Beguiled with beauty in the sheer fact that it’s located right on the water, you won’t find a cleaner, more eco-friendly city than San Fran. And thanks to year-round temperatures that hardly drop below 50 or soar above 75, you can take full advantage of the vibrant neighborhoods and fun energy oozing out of the city’s every corner. Stroll around the various shopping districts, catch a bike ride or jog in the many parks and say hi to the sea lions down by the water.

Studio Recommendations:
ODC Dance
Glow Yoga & Wellness – Go! Cycling


The heat is certainly on in this East Coast city that’s well known for its countless miles of beaches, trendy bars and flashy clubs. Take in the multicultural ambiance filled with a fusion of Latina/Caribbean and European/American restaurants, clothing stores and districts. If you’re a fan of modern architecture, you’ll see some of the most exquisite works of art scattered across the Miami shoreline. And if you’re visiting in February, don’t miss the annual Food Network- and Cooking Channel-sponsored event featuring top chefs and tantalizing dishes.  

Studio Recommendations:
Epic Hybrid Training
Green Monkey Yoga – Ft. Lauderdale


If you’re really looking for an extraordinary getaway far from home with a sunny climate and beautiful beaches, Sydney is your go-to. Once you get over the over 20-hour plane ride, you join the 4.6 million folks living in the cosmopolitan city in Australia, all basking in the beautiful weather. One thing you won’t have to worry about during your time here is staying active: Sports and activity is like second nature to Sydneysiders. So take full advantage of the athletic facilities, golf courses, tennis courts and watersports you’ll see pop up at every turn. Now that sounds like a g’day, mate!

Studio Recommendations:
Balance Moves 
Fitness Playground


Pop by the “live music capital of the world” for a culture-driven and creative good time. Not only is Austin a hub for theater, music, comedy and movie-making, it’s also one of the biggest foodie destinations out there, so bring your appetite! Just know that this city’s temperatures can get as high as the 100s, so if you’re planning on going for a run or hitting up an outdoor class, remember to drink as much water as possible—or seek some cool A.C. in one of the world-class museums or city centers.

Studio Recommendations:
Pure Pilates Austin Domain
Ro Fitness
Spark Fitness Club



Jenn Sinrich is an editor in New York City, a self-proclaimed foodie always looking for the healthier version of all recipes, a passionate lover of all things cheese, a friendly New Yorker, Bostonian at heart and proud Red Sox fan. Love cats? Cheese? Mac n' Cheese? Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.