• CorePower Yoga
    Yoga, Strength Training

    CorePower Yoga

    831 South Hope Street, Los Angeles
    4.9
    (500+)

    C2 - CorePower Yoga 2

    Life changing class, will ring out the toxins and stretch every inch of you! Excellent instructor. Great downtown location! Bonus they have lockers and provided locks for use, showers, bottle filling station and if you forgot your hair tie like me they have you covered. Im from out of town and felt very welcomed.
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    This studio offers Yoga, Hot Yoga, and Strength Training classes. It’s more than…
  • Attitude Fitness
    Strength Training, Yoga, …

    Attitude Fitness

    900 Wilshire , 7th floor, Los Angeles
    4.8
    (500+)
    Safety guidelines

    Tola Yoga

    Great practice with Rich. Definitely a challenging yoga class but I liked how he did the moves and moved around the room so everyone could see him and the correct posture. Good combination of strength and stretch They provide mats which is great if you’re traveling For me, the studio was hard to find in the hotel so give yourself a little extra time. It’s down a hallway by the ballrooms. I called the gym and they came out and found me - thank you!
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    Attitude is located on the 7th floor of InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown at…
  • FlyFit Aerial Method
    Aerial, Strength Training

    FlyFit Aerial Method

    548 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles
    5.0
    (41)
    Safety guidelines

    FlyFit Aerial Dance Fit

    Amanda was an excellent instructor. She provided individual feedback and modifications for everyone in the class - which was particularly impressive on the day I was there because folks entered in three different waves over a 10-15 minute period and it was everyone’s first time at the studio. The playlist was fire. I loved that the class was small and that we got to do even more with the hammock than I anticipated (e.g. inversions and the mermaid). The class was a great for total body strength training with a particular emphasis on the upper body. A couple of notes for accessing the space: 1) Factor in a little extra time to have the person at the front desk of the building jot down your ID info. 2) Take the first elevator on the left down to the basement. 3) You’ll walk down a couple of hallways and take three turns to get to the studio. It’s in the middle of the back edge of the basement.
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    If you’re looking for a studio with classes that are as challenging as they are fun…