• B/SPOKE Studios
    Cycling, Yoga, …

    B/SPOKE Studios

    101 Federal St, Boston
    4.6
    (2500+)
    Safety guidelines

    R/DE

    Incredible class - super high energy instructor who made it a point to call out our names during class, was interactive with all of us, and had awesome music. 10/10 will return
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    At B/SPOKE, we believe fitness should be inspiring, rewarding, and complementary…
  • Republic Fitness
    Gym Time, Cycling, …

    Republic Fitness

    2 International Pl, Boston
    4.8
    (7500+)
    Safety guidelines

    GF Body Pump

    Instructor is awesome and hilarious. You may be intimidated by her (today she was wearing a shirt that says "How to talk to me while I'm working out: DON'T lol love it), but she's really cool and nice! I love this class. It's a great way to incorporate weight lifting/strength training into your routine
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    Located at Two International Place, Republic Fitness offers hard-working professionals…
  • CorePower Yoga
    Yoga

    CorePower Yoga

    20 Bond Drive, Boston
    4.9
    (7500+)

    YS - Yoga Sculpt

    I was prepped before I went into the class by the instructor that it was not a stretch yoga class, but it was more yoga than I expected. Good workout and a really motivating teacher.
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    It’s more than just traditional yoga—it’s a fitness-focused approach that blends…
  • CorePower Yoga
    Yoga

    CorePower Yoga

    18 Kingston Street, Suite L100, Boston
    5.0
    (51)

    YS - Yoga Sculpt

    This instructor was great. He had such good energy and does fun themed playlists - like today it was Britney Spears and it was amazing. Will be back!
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    Ready to sweat? CorePower Yoga’s unique and physically challenging styles of yoga…
  • North End Yoga
    Yoga, Outdoors, …

    North End Yoga

    256 Hanover St, Boston
    4.8
    (7500+)

    Kundalini Yoga

    So I am ranking this with the full disclosure that I am a novice at Kundalini. I don’t want to mark the studio or instructor off for that though cause that’s on me. As someone who enjoys yoga and a yin and meditation and self care (but does not practice regularly in any these) this was odd for me. The instructor was reading off her iPad the entire time and did not seem like she knew what was coming next or how to prepare for the class the breathing or the next move. It was super chunky like no flow and honestly a lot of the moves of breathing and jumping around (basically yoga burpees at one point) was a bit jarring. That all being said - again never having practiced kundalini before - the mantras, the chanting and the focus on self healing and restoration was great. I think I need to do some research and come back to it.
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    North End Yoga is a yoga oasis that will help you escape the hustle and bustle of…