Break a Sweat at Boston Boutique Gyms!

We are now three months into 2018. If working out and staying active was one of your New Year’s resolutions, have you kept it? Whether you’ve fallen off the fitness wagon or you’re getting bored of your usual gym routine, I have searched around the city to find workout classes that will reboot your motivation. From yoga to spin, Boston offers some of the best exercise spots. Here are the top three fitness classes that will make you forget that you’re burning calories:

Anti-Gravity Yoga at Swet Studios

Gravity Yoga involves a series of exercises inspired by yoga, Pilates, and aerial acrobatics with the use of a hammock. In addition to yoga, Swet Studio in the South End offers a variety of aerial classes. Aerial fitness is a fun and out-of-the-box workout that delivers total wellness through strength, length, and balance. Check out the class descriptions and the schedule here.

Heated Barre at Studio U

You may be familiar with hot yoga, but kick it up a notch with hot barre! Barre is a fat burning work out that combines ballet barre, light weights, and various props. The 95-degree heat helps the body relax, improves breathing, and focuses on the mind. If you aren’t a fan of heated workouts, there are a variety of other classes you can take. View the classes and the schedule here.

Bike Bus

Bike Bus isn’t anything like your usual spin class. This spin class takes place on a converted city bus. As you workout, you get a complete tour of Boston. In between the energy, music, and scenic route, you’ll never want this workout to end! To learn more and purchase tickets, click here.

Boutique gyms make it easy for visitors to drop in to their studio without a membership, so step outside your usual gym comfort zone and explore new options! Have you tried any new fitness classes lately? Leave your comments below!