Warm summer months are just around the corner, and everyone wants to look good in their swimsuit. Perhaps it’s time to head to a few fitness classes to tone up and get that beach body back. No one wants to spend a lot of money to do it, though. With the classes listed below, you can get in better shape and save a bit of cash at the same time.
Core Power Yoga
7739 Flying Cloud Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Core Power Yoga offers budget yoga classes on a daily basis, and sometimes the Eden Prairie location offers more than one budget class each day. The regular drop-in fee at the studio is $20 per class, but the budget classes are offered at $12. Budget classes are generally offered in the afternoon and are available at the beginner and intermediate levels. And, if you plan to practice yoga on a regular basis, you can purchase monthly packages for as little as $4.95 per class, according to the Core Power Yoga pricing webpage.
Pedal Wild Fitness Studio
4675 Shoreline Drive
Spring Park, MN 55384
Pedal Wild Fitness Studio offers 20-class packages at $169, which breaks down to $8.45 per class. In addition, the studio provides a youth discount, so if you are 12-25 years old, you can purchase a 20-class package for $99.99. That breaks down to less than $5 per class. The studio is unique because the instructors focus on cycling classes with a bit of yoga mixed in.
The Cellar Fight and Fitness
2828 Anthony Lane S.
Minneapolis, MN 55418
The Cellar Fight and Fitness offers classes in kickboxing, muay thai and Brazilian jiu jitsu. The fitness center also has zumba, yoga and dance classes just for women. The regular drop-in fee per class is $20, but if you purchase a 10-class pass for $140, that rate drops to $14 per class. Youth classes are available as well.
Time Out Pilates and Fitness Studio
6001 Lyndale Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55419
Time Out Pilates and Fitness Studio has packages that begin at $12.38 per class, according to the studio’s pricing website. The regular drop-in fee is $20. The studio offers classes in pilates, core strength, aerobics, pre- and post-natal exercise, yoga and more. The studio is only open during class sessions.
Minneapolis Community Education
No matter where you live, community education is always a great, inexpensive option for classes. For example, Minneapolis Community Education offers an abundance of classes at various locations beginning at about $5 per class. Classes include low-impact aerobics, body shaping, yoga, dance, kettlebells, circuit training, boot camp and more. For information about the classes, locations, schedules and phone numbers, check out the Minneapolis Community Education website listed above.
Kristyn Gansen is a freelance writer covering all things Minneapolis. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.