• Hit House
    Martial Arts, Boxing

    Hit House

    2 Spring St, New York
    4.9
    (7500+)
    Safety guidelines

    Muay Thai Kickboxing

    Good class. Nice teacher with good instruction. Can be as hard or easy as you like based on how much effort you want to put into hitting the bag. Facility was clean as well. Also if you already own boxing wraps/gloves you can use them vs. rent or buy the lighter muy thai ones.
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    Hit House is a Muay Thai influenced fitness studio located on the corner of Spring…
  • Tula Physical Therapy & Wellness
    Sports recovery, Pilates, …

    Tula Physical Therapy & Wellness

    99 University Place, 9th floor,, New York
    4.9
    (100+)
    Safety guidelines

    30 Minute NormaTec Compression Boots

    The woman at the front desk was SO nice and friendly. NormaTech boots were great as always and the space overall was light, clean and had a very zen vibe
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    Tula Physical Therapy & Wellness is a bright and open healing space that provides…
  • Gotham Gym
    Boxing, Martial Arts

    Gotham Gym

    600 Washington St, New York
    4.7
    (7500+)
    Safety guidelines

    Outdoor Group Class

    Was surprisingly full for a lunchtime class. But I got lucky and had a good partner. I like the format of class and that we werent swapping catching and hitting the whole time. Didnt getting any help on form but the coaches were cool and def had a great workout
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    Located in the West Village, Gotham Gym offers boxing classes for all levels, cross…
  • Church Street Boxing Gym
    Martial Arts, Boxing

    Church Street Boxing Gym

    153 West 29th Street, New York
    4.8
    (2500+)

    Boxing - All Levels

    Teon has to manage a lot of levels in these all levels classes. I appreciate that he is able to give beginning students as well as not-so-beginning students pointers throughout class. also tonight's playlist was on point!
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    Church Street Boxing Gym was established in 1997. To this day, it is still the largest…
  • Church St Boxing
    Martial Arts, Boxing

    Church St Boxing

    25 Park Pl, Lower Level, New York
    4.6
    (7500+)

    Boxing - All Levels

    Loooooooooove Maurice, he spent some extra time after class doing some ab work in addition to the circuit we did during class. I was miserable of course but worth it! As always, emphasis on footwork to make sure our punches fly true. Worth skipping/getting in trouble for missing work every time!!
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    Shed the weight, tone up, and learn to FIGHT BACK at New York's Premium, Highly Staffed…
  • North Sky Kung Fu
    Martial Arts

    North Sky Kung Fu

    115 West 28th Street, First Floor, New York
    4.8
    (500+)
    Safety guidelines

    Sunday Self-Defense & Fighting

    Julie was super nice and welcoming! So were the other ppl in the class who were regulars. I was the only beginner but we still went over enough basics and techniques where I felt like both me and the regulars got something out of it. The structure was good. Slight warm up and then focus on form and technique, practicing them on partners. Will def come back!
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    North Sky Kung Fu teaches traditional Kung Fu and Tai Chi. Our focus is self-defense…
  • Martial Arts Family Studio
    Martial Arts, Boxing

    Martial Arts Family Studio

    290 Mulberry Street, New York
    5.0
    (500+)
    Safety guidelines

    Untitled Movement

    I absolutely LOVED this class! It's one of my favorite workout classes I've ever taken. It combined elements of toning/cardio/dance/ barre and never got boring. It was challenging but Jessica always kept an eye out for form and she is so sweet. I can't wait to take this class again!
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    One-stop-shop Martial Arts-based fitness studio for the whole family! Join them for…
  • David Orsini Fitness
    Martial Arts, Strength Training

    David Orsini Fitness

    115 West 28th Street, Inside North Sky Kung Fu, New York
    4.9
    (53)
    Safety guidelines

    Resistance Training

    Great customized hands-on session. Appreciate the tailored approach - which was more feasible since it was a 1:1 session.
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    The intention of the class is to create is an martial arts fighter camp experience…
  • Kettlebell Kickboxing
    Martial Arts

    Kettlebell Kickboxing

    412 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York
    4.2
    (5000+)

    Kettlebell Kickboxing Ass & Abs HIIT

    Awesome class and beautiful facility, made me feel like a total badass. The instructor helped me with my form a bunch as I was the only newbie in the class. She could have had a little more energy, as it's a really hardcore class but overall great experience and I can't wait to come back!!!! Don't forget a towel (oops)
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    Kettlebell Kickboxing™ is also unique because of its Martial HIIT (High Intensity…
  • Supreme Martial Arts NYC
    Martial Arts

    Supreme Martial Arts NYC

    20 Avenue A, New York
    Their mission at Supreme Martial Arts NYC is to provide the skills needed to help…
  • Manhattan Shaolin
    Martial Arts

    Manhattan Shaolin

    118-122 Baxter Street, Ste 202, New York
    4.5
    (20)

    Qigong

    David’s very informative about his practice. His calm teaching style makes for a relaxing class. I’ve to practice the bow and arrow and owl poses!
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    Manhattan Shaolin is a Martial Art school run by disciples of Master Guolin from…