• Skin & Wellness Centre
    Yoga, Meditation, …

    Skin & Wellness Centre

    929 West Broad Street, Suite 101, Falls Church
    Safety guidelines

    Kundalini Yoga With The Salt Therapy

    Amazing experience! It was more of a meditation class with some combined small range of motion movement sequences within a seated position, but very rich and rewarding all in all. Having the class in the salt room was super awesome as well.
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    At the Skin and Wellness Centre, we believe total wellness is both mental and physical…
  • Simon Says Yoga
    Yoga, Pilates, …

    Simon Says Yoga

    Glen Echo Shopping Center, 7307 Macarthur Blvd, Bethesda
    Safety guidelines

    • IN-STUDIO • Mat Pilates • Mixed Level

    Great class and very pleasant studio. ClassPass does not have the right address so be on the look out for an email from the studio. They gave very good directions and explained the Covid policies.
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    Simon Says Yoga's vision is a place to feel at home with teachers who really pay…
  • Serpentine Dance Studios

    Serpentine Dance Studios

    4930 Saint Elmo Avenue, Bethesda


    This was a great class, a unique experience as I’ve never taken a Samba class before and the space is beautiful. The instructor was helpful with getting tricky moves right. I appreciate the masking and small class as I’m not comfortable with large classes yet.
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    Serpentine Dance Studios is one of the premier dance studios in the Bethesda area…
  • FLEXX Fitness
    Strength Training, Dance

    FLEXX Fitness

    1356 Beverly Road, Suite 100, McLean
    Safety guidelines

    In-Person Bootcamp

    I love everything about this gym. I am trying to get back into better shape after two years of rarely exercising (pandemic woes) and this is the perfect place. TRAINERS: I think I’ve trained with nearly all of the trainers at this point and they’re all top-notch and everything you’d (or, at least I) want in a trainer— pushes me to work my hardest, encouraging, knowledgeable, willing to make corrections (I’ve experienced far too many gyms that may demonstrate proper form, but barely pay attention to the participants and don’t really correct form). THE WORKOUT: It’s typically some form of a circuit and is what you’d expect in a boot camp type class— some cardio, some strength, some weight, some body weight, some abs, etc. FITNESS LEVEL: This is truly for all fitness levels. Despite years of training previously, my lack of exercise during the pandemic has put me back to “beginner status.” The trainers will modify absolutely everything… and if you need to modify something, this isn’t one of those gyms where you’ll be the odd person out… the participants are of all ages and ability levels, so there’s usually at least a couple people that may need a modification of some form and it’s really no big deal. THE PEOPLE: Both the staff and other participants are super friendly. There classes are full of “regulars,” but don’t let that discourage you— they are absolutely open to meeting new people, befriending you, and carrying on conversation… and converting you to a “regular” too. Actually, put another way, if you like a gym class where you’re just a number and can get lost in the crowd, this probably isn’t the place for you. Everyone from the gym’s manager to all the trainers in the gym to the participants are all genuinely interested in getting to know you. FINAL THOUGHTS: If you’re in doubt, I’d really encourage you to give it a try!
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    We serve clients in all stages of their fitness journey — whether you’re pursuing…

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