Edit ModuleShow Tags

3 Heated Hybrid Classes to Try

Love a good sweat? These San Diego classes are for you



Published:

RY Yoga Sculpt

Reach Yoga’s 60-minute workout combines vinyasa flow with free weights incorporated into the routine for strength training.

Drop-in $16; Unlimited Monthly $108
1319 Garnet Avenue, Pacific Beach


Belle + Barre

The city’s first heated barre studio is kept between 85 and 95 degrees. The temperature is said to help enhance flexibility and up the intensity.

Drop-in $23; Unlimited Monthly $115
3956 First Avenue, Hillcrest


BarreBody

Though they teach unheated versions too, this PB studio’s weekly Hot Barre class is a steamy, hour-long workout for your core, glutes, arms, and legs.

Drop-in $20; Unlimited Monthly $125
1559 Garnet Avenue, Pacific Beach

Edit ModuleShow Tags

More in Boutique Fitness 2017:

San Diego's Best Boutique Fitness 2017

We've sweated through the top yoga, barre, Pilates, and boot camp classes, and are rounding up our favorites

Sweat to It: Our Favorites in Workout Wear

Need an excuse to get moving? Try some retail therapy on for size.

3 Heated Hybrid Classes to Try

Love a good sweat? These San Diego classes are for you
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

More »Related Stories

Trail of the Month: SR 15 Commuter Bikeway

This brand-new bike path connects Kensington to the bike routes through Mission Valley

Where to Run in San Diego in October

This month's top 5Ks, 10Ks, marathons, and more

I Tried It: Acquapole

An Italian water workout lands in San Diego
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Most Popular

  1. The Oceanside Revolution
    The North County city has gone from an all-but annexed coastal town by Camp Pendelton to a thriving bed of culinary and artistic success.
  2. The Best of San Diego 2017
    Tacos, pasta, cocktails, spa treatments, and cool craft workshops—we’ve got 99 of the top picks in food, drink, fitness, beauty, and more
  3. 5 Places to Watch the Solar Eclipse in San Diego
    But safety first — don’t forget your eclipse viewing glasses!
  4. What to Drink at Hundred Proof
    Trust’s sister restaurant keeps the focus on approachable cocktails
  5. First Look: Born & Raised
    Everyone said don't do a steakhouse. So the damn kids at Consortium Holdings did with Born & Raised—to the tune of seven million bucks.
  6. Will Weed Smoke Out Restaurants?
    New investment trends are creating challenges for local restaurateurs — for now
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Promotions

Go Ahead... Ask McMillin!

At McMillin Realty, we are encouraging you to bring us your real estate questions. We will answer these questions….. for free.

Not Your Grandma's Orthotics

New year, new – shoe? Staying on your feet for long hours at a time just got a whole lot more comfortable with Wiivv’s BASE custom insoles
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module
Edit Module

Connect With Us:

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Sponsored

9 Reasons You Need a Better Barber

Get the look and service you deserve at this East Village salon

Enter a Drawing You Could Actually Win

There are more than 1,700 prizes in the Dream House Raffle
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags