Gyms/Group Classes » Flagstaff, AZ

Gyms/Group Classes in Flagstaff, AZ

It’s hard to break a sweat in the cool pines, but come on, give it a try! From outdoor power walks to indoor dance parties, Flagstaff and northern Arizona gyms and group classes will rock your world. Show some attitude in the altitude.
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Archery Range Coconino County Parks and Recreation

With movies like Brave and Hunger Games featuring skillful women archers, it’s no wonder enthusiasm for the sport of archery is growing. Don your own Braveheart and pick up a bow at Coconino County Parks and Recreation Adult Archery classes. Learn basics of the art of archery using equipment designed for the beginning bow woman. Instructors from the Flagstaff Archers Club emphasize understanding terminology, equipment and shooting safety.

The beginning and intermediate outdoor fitness classes are held in the pines at the Flagstaff Archers Pavilion located at the archery range at Ft. Tuthill. Be the first of your girlfriends to add archery the quiver of fitness activities that you already enjoy. Loose your princess warrior!

eforea Spa at Hilton Sedona Golf Resort & Spa

The idyllic eforea Spa at Hilton Sedona provides a fitness haven for travelers as well as the local community. Fitness classes are included as part of the spa membership and day use fee. Rock on in Red Rock Country with unlimited group classes such as: Yoga, Pilates, Total Stretch, ZUMBA, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Aquacise and more. With over 30 group activities from which to choose, you’ll be rockin’.

Tennis, 25-meter heated lap pool, indoor/outdoor whirlpools, steam rooms, saunas, personal trainers and a 2500 sq. ft. fitness room are part of the special treatment. No extra cost for the scenic overlooks into Sedona’s majestic landscape.

Most classes are held in the squeaky-clean fitness room with wood floor and mirrors on two sides. Fitness Paradise. Rock on!

 

Mii amo Spa

Cradled in the bosom of Mother Earth herself, Enchantment Resort’s spa, Mii amo cleaves to the red rock walls of Sedona. Group fitness walks through tangled canyons to hidden ruins, or Chakra Yoga, Boot Camp and Qigong in the spa’s Movement Studio, or the “Morning Ritual” class in the Crystal Grotto are just a few of your wellness choices. The world-class resort is worth the splurge where you’ll find group classes to help you balance and harmonize every day of the week. Consistently named one of the best spas in the world, you won’t be disappointed in the variety of fitness activities.

Mii amo, a Yuman word signifying “passage,” promotes personal transformation through mind, body and spiritual therapies. The destination spa offers guests rejuvenating group exercise including fusion dance classes, yogalates, mountain biking, tennis and aqua aerobics. Ladies, come and get your mojo back on!

Northern Arizona Yoga Center

Just breathe! Northern Arizona Yoga Center will teach you how to calm the mind and relax the body. From "Gentle and Restorative Yoga" to advanced "Sivananda Yoga," Northern Arizona Yoga Center offers yoga for ALL bodies.

Basic level classes provide opportunities to become familiar with the asana (postures) and pranayama (breathing techniques) that are essential for you to evolve. For yogins ready for physical challenges, the studio has vigorous classes that make you sweat. Each experienced teacher creates a spiritual environment in their own way. “The beauty of NAYC is that we come from many yoga traditions, and celebrate the one Truth,” says Malisa Bobbitt, instructor.

 

Summit Health and Fitness

In a mountain town like Flagstaff, it’s not surprising that you would rub elbows with cycling, mountain biking and hiking chicks at the Summit’s Cycle and Spin classes. The indoor cycling and spinning activities combine basic movements with coaching from motivational instructors. Interval training, climbs, sprints and flat rides are pedaled to the tune of inspirational music. Boot Camp is another high intensity fitness activity that you’d expect to find in the high country.

What might be unexpected in this rural area are classes such as Urban Rebounding – that uses trampolines to challenge balance, coordination while improving strength, agility, and cardiovascular endurance – or Hot Yoga conducted in a classroom heated to 98.6-degrees. Hey girlfriend, didn’t we come up here to get OUT of the desert heat?