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3 Heated Hybrid Classes to Try

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



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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

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