- We have purchased all our kids bikes here. They offer great advice and are patient with our kids. They will also purchase your old bike.
- These guys were so nice. They let me test ride my bike even though I forgot to make an appointment. I ended up getting a great deal on my new bike and they were so helpful in getting me all set up.
- Bike shops can be hit or miss - really depends on who works with you and how their day is going in my experience. Montlake has been great. A few years ago, Mike went above and beyond to cut down a seat post for my son's dirt bike (Giant XTC). They also did some work on my old Bianchi - and took the time to make sure it worked after a slightly botched repair.
- Love the fast pace intervals - the time goes by quick! Also love that you can mostly go at your own pace and you don't have to compare to others next to you.
- The Capitol Hill gym is welcoming, non-judgmental and motivational at the same time! None of the no-pain-no-gain machismo, but a great and supportive community. Not to mention killer workout. Tammara is the best!
- The community built at this gym encourages me to keep going back! If you enjoy HIIT workouts then give this gym a try.
- Such a great climbing atmosphere. As I am a beginner, it was a blast and I was able to do it but still challenge myself. Drop ins are very convenient and they have climbing shoes you can rent!
- If you like climbing, you'll love SBP. Great culture and community. There's a cafe with lots of seating where you can plug into work. There's a gym as well as Yoga classes. WiFi is not the fastest, so I wouldn't recommend taking video conferences here. But otherwise, membership is well worth the value.
- This is a fantastic place. There's a great crowd of both experienced and first-time climbers. Easy to get to, easy parking.
- Like Peleton (personal spin class in my house) better than SoulCycle or Flywheel.
- After 200 classes at FlyWheel I made the switch to Peloton. Now one year and 150 classes in I'm just as hooked as I was for the in-person classes. I'll still do some FlyWheel classes with friends, a chance to connect - but the regular spin classes are on "The bike that goes nowhere" with Power Zone training
- I am absolutely obsessed with the Peloton app. For $13/month you get yoga, meditation, cycling, walking (outdoors), running (treadmill), cycling, strength training, bootcamp... all the classes basically! It's great!
- I used to frequent this location when I was training heavily in CrossFit. An absolute godsend for recovery. I personally love going from the super hot sauna into the ice cold pool. The massage therapy was nothing special for me. Only got it once. The facility overall is a bit small (and can get cramped) but the experience is excellent.
- Concrete and brick parilka that gets *far* hotter (240 degrees) than most dry heat saunas, a Turkish steam room, a salt water mineral bath, a 47 degree cold plunge pool, and a 104 degree hot tub. It doesn't take long to feel completely rejuvenated from a hard training session. I don't go all that often (a few times/month max) but when I do, I wonder why it's not part of my regular routine.
- Good massage therapists. The back and forth of the super hot sauna and the cold pool is invigorating.
- Above and beyond a massage...it's an experience in wellness.
- What a wonderful place. Sponsored a session for a group of us. This is a really friendly spot on capital hill.
Michael did a great job and they were super great about scheduling. Really relaxing and friendly. This is a small spot and that makes it feel super personal. For instance one of us had some real issues with shoulder tightness and he
The two hour massage is a great option and very reasonably priced. When making reservations u can use the website but it isn't completely up to date so it makes sense to call as well as u can
- My favorite massage place in Seattle, only downside, it books up very fast, so plan ahead.
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- I started going to Modo Yoga in June when I was looking for a yoga studio I could join for some community and consistency. I absolutely love it there. All the instructors are passionate but not judgmental. The studio offers several classes all heated. I find the classes challenging, but engaging and a great workout! The facility is very clean and offers a nice atmosphere.
- I really like this studio. The type of yoga is a little different from the vinyasa I usually do. Although it is a heated yoga studio, you hold the poses a few counts, and they seem to have more standard sequences. If you don't like similar sequences from one yoga day to the next, you won't like this. If you like that consistent-ness, you will like this. It is still a vigorous, I-just-got-a-good-workout practice. Moreover, there is a great vibe. The space itself is beautiful and spread out, with nice showers and dressing area, a living room, a very large studio, and friendly owners. They're right next to the Greenlake PCC (the one near Starbucks, not the one on Aurora), with underground or street parking.
- I didn’t think I liked yoga until I found Modo. Good people and good workout.
- I like this place. Mechanics are generally very helpful and generous with their time (when not busy). I've sold bikes here, bought parts, and purchased several Kona bikes that the Recycled Cycles shop builds up and then does periodic maintenance.
- A stellar all-around bike shop that emulates the best of what cycling culture can and should be. If you're building up a bike or just look for a spare part, Recycled Cycles has it. Not to mention their technicians and general staff are incredibly friendly, helpful and non-judgemental. As a bonus, they'll even give you in store credit if you bring in old parts/tools that you have lying around!
- Every visit here is like a fun adventure where you can discover interesting used parts at a solid price. The staff is friendly and helpful too.