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If you’re looking for the best workouts and fitness experiences in town, ClassPass has you covered with this guide. Book a class at the city’s top fitness studios and explore everything Spokane’s fitness scene has to offer.
From big names to local favorites, the best fitness experiences are right in your backyard. Here are some of the top studios and gyms that call Spokane home.
Tailwind Fitness is a fantastic, locally owned, neighborhood gym offering personal training, exercise classes, nutrition counseling, small group training and more.
The Lab is a high performance results-oriented athletic training center in North Spokane.
All classes at Yarrow are taught in a heated room; each session provides a physical workout while centering the mind and balancing emotion.
Air-O Fitness focuses on general health and exercise by promoting a positive atmosphere and energizing culture through group fitness. Their 45-minute classes include weight training, cardio, HIIT training, resistance training and boot camp style all in one.
Farmgirlfit provides group training classes designed specifically for women. Their daily workout, The Grind, will have you sweating in an energetic and upbeat atmosphere, and then on your way in an hour or less.
At Deliberate Strength, they help you create the physical foundation for what you want out of life. Move well, get strong and be confident. This gym specializes in group strength training, small group training, personal training and nutrition coaching.
Harmony Yoga is an eclectic yoga and movement studio. Their offerings are dedicated to your health and well-being, body, mind and spirit.
Every Bar Method class starts with a warm-up, upper-body exercises and push-ups in the middle of the room, followed by a sequence of leg and seat work at the barre and core exercises on the floor. The method predominantly uses your own bodyweight for resistance along with a few basic props.
Spokane Barre workouts are high intensity but low impact, blending strength training, yoga, pilates, bursts of cardio and traditional barre components.