- Yoga, Gym Access185 Sackett St, Brooklyn
Heated All Levels 60 min Classsee all reviews
Ossi is an amazing teacher. Her directions are clear and adjustments are so helpful. Youll improve your form while still getting a sweat dripping workout. Most awesome is the welcoming community vibe of this studio. You can borrow a water bottle or gym clothes if you happen to forget yours. Its not cliquey or stuffy at all. Everyones there for the great yoga and great energy.Brooklyn Yoga Project is an intimate, boutique space nestled in Carroll Gardens/Red Hook neighborhood offering heated, low-heat and unheated yoga classes.
- Yoga498 Court St, Brooklyn
Slow It Downsee all reviews
Good class, clear instructions, creative teacher. I really enjoyed the restorative part. It was my first time at this studio and I was a bit taken aback by the method of counting breaths which I’ve rarely encountered before.At Prema Yoga Brooklyn, we imbue all of our classes with elements that are enjoyable as well as transformational – creative sequencing, real-world spiritual teachings, hands on alignment and music from both contemporary…
- Boxing562 Court St, Brooklyn
Kickboxingsee all reviews
Andrea is a great instructor! Awesome full body workout. She encourages good form with easy to grasp combinations so you don't waste time thinking too much and instead end up getting a killer workout in!CKO offers high-intensity, fitness-focused kickboxing classes that combine heavy bag work and circuit training to reteach you the meaning of sweat.
- Pilates236 Carroll St, #1, Brooklyn
Towersee all reviews
Alexis taught a very focused and specific class while keeping everything upbeat. She worked on my hips one-on-one before class started after I mentioned some pain I was in. She's definitely someone who goes above and beyond, and she's excellent at what she does.Aline Pilates offers classical Pilates instruction in Cobble Hill. Founder Carey Macaleer is passionate about helping clients improve their bodies and lives through Pilates.
- Barre266 Court St, Brooklyn
Pure Barre Classicsee all reviews
Great class! Challenging, but Sarah gave very detailed precise instructions that made it easy to pick up the moves quickly. She also offered modifications. I will definitely return to Sarahs class!The Pure Barre technique is low-impact, protecting your joints by avoiding any bouncing or jumping. Each strength section of the workout is followed by a stretching section in order to create long, lean muscles…
- Yoga274 Smith St, Brooklyn
Intermediate 1hr 20 minssee all reviews
Intermediate class is a brilliant idea: Frank showed us how to do some of the more advanced poses, while still offering corrections on basic ones. He also tailored the class to the level of the participants. Very hands on.As a hatha and vinyasa yoga studio, AREA Yoga explores balance, strength, awareness and relaxation with the breath as the guide.
- Yoga, Strength Training111 Union St, Brooklyn
TRX - Coresee all reviews
Isaac is a phenomenal teacher. I was new to using TRX and he was welcoming and took the time to help me get set up while ensuring the rest of the class was having a great workout. I was very appreciative and everyone left sweaty and happy.Devoted to providing an environment that will support you in creating physical and mental well being, Elite Fitness Studio is recognized for their passion and expertise in providing their clients with the knowledge…
- Pilates69 Columbia Street, 3rd floor , Brooklyn
PILATES FOR ALLsee all reviews
Signed up thinking that this was the same as jumpboard. (Pilates novice here). I was a little worried I'd hate it since I'm not a fan of the floor. It had elements of a reformer style class which was a pleasant surprise. Alaina was fantastic. Great energy and instruction. Small class with personal attention. I got a very good weight/ muscle training workout.Brooklyn Strength offers small group training in Cobble Hill featuring Pilates, strength and conditioning classes.
- Dance232 Carroll Street, Brooklyn
Adult Balletsee all reviews
The class was for advanced beginners. Teacher went at a slow to medium pace. Answered all questions. Studio was clean and organized. Staff and students were friendly. Linoleum floors are slippery so be careful. I would take this class again!Adult Ballet, for the intermediate dancer looking for a focused open class. Previous knowledge is required, (even if it was years ago). This class consists of a long strengthening barre, and ends with floor/centre…
- 320 Court Street , 2nd Floor, Brooklyn
One Hour in Float Roomsee all reviews
The staff here is so lovely and I loved the float room. You can turn all the lights off to get the same sensory deprivation experience as you can in the pod. The room doesn’t have music, which I preferred (though apparently you can turn it off in the pod too). Left feeling so refreshed and deeply relaxed.They are one of the East Coast's largest premier floatation therapy centers. They offer five state of the art sensory deprivation tanks, each in its own private suite with shower. Their tanks are filled with approximately…
- Barre61a 9th Street, BrooklynThe Clea Mae Movement Studio specializes in sculpting and strength building through unique, challenging classes and sessions in an intimate atmosphere. They are here to help you increase your flexibility and enhance…
- Pilates, Strength Training296 Court Street, Brooklyn
SLT – All Levelssee all reviews
Emily was awesome! Great corrections*All clients are required to wear or purchase grip socks for class. Clients without grip socks or those unwilling to purchase will not be able to attend class and will be marked as Missed.* Strengthen (your core…
- Pilates509 Court St., Brooklyn
Reformer/Mat/Spring - Mixed Levelsee all reviews
Great class. Kelly is really attentive and fun.Internationally recognized institution specializing in Pilates, Barre, Sports Medicine, and Physical Therapy since 1993. Founded by Master Pilates Teacher Ellie Herman, Ellie Herman Pilates offers the best in functional…
- Martial Arts104 1st place, Brooklyn
Beginners Kickboxingsee all reviews
This was a great class. Learned a lot about technique and got a killer workout—we didn’t stop moving. Instructors and other classmates were all friendly and helpful. Will definitely go back!Johnny Karate NYC is a modern studio that specializes in a wide range of boxing and martial arts classes to students of all levels. The coaches and staff are experienced, and students can expect to see progression…
- Dance80 Verona St, Brooklyn
Zumba Fitnesssee all reviews
Fun class! Everyone was super welcoming. Class was challenging (it is a legit workout), but it was doable to follow along. Fun party vibes, too.Brooklyn Sluggers Premier Sports Facility is an indoor sports and fitness facility featuring indoor batting cages, open turf, fitness classes and personal training!
- Martial Arts205 Columbia St, BrooklynAikido of South Brooklyn is a traditional, family-owned dojo (translated as "place of the way") located in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Head instructor Josh Paul Sensei is a fifth-degree black belt with 20 years experience…