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Best Seattle Wellness Pros

  • 5301 Leary Ave NW, Seattle • Ballard
    Ron Zanetti - We love this club. Been members for more than 10 years. They have everything we want in a club: classes, variety of exercise rooms and equipment, spa, and more.
    Carl Haynes - Closest gym open 24 hours. Kids pool is decent and is available for kids most of the weekend. Have added a bunch more parking which helps.
    Carly Kiser - Best gym with childcare in Ballard!
  • 2223 24th Ave E, Seattle • Montlake
    Omar Shahine - 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.
    Ben Shorr - 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.
    Javier Soto - We got our Bromptons here. Impeccable and knowledgeable service. They love their trade and it shows.
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    217 9th Ave N, Seattle • South Lake Union
    Mike Torres - 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.
    Jacob Hollenbeck - 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.
    Stuart Nagae - Good massage therapists. The back and forth of the super hot sauna and the cold pool is invigorating.
  • Jennifer Haller - 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.
    Rebecca Lovell - 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!
    Yue Ning - Really effective and affordable way of exercise.
  • 608 19th Ave E, Seattle
    Liz Pearce - Hard to go wrong with a class here! I think I've been to almost every instructor and all types of instruction. The location is convenient with easy parking and you can grab a coffee at Fuel afterwards!
    Lindsay Pedersen - Just a lovely studio
    Melinda Lane - Lovely, clean studio with a nice variety of classes and styles.
  • Shauna Causey - Like Peleton (personal spin class in my house) better than SoulCycle or Flywheel.
    Dave Parker - 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
    Genessa - EMMA LOVEWELL ROCKS!!
    recommended by Ray, Dana Silverman
  • 7007 Woodlawn Ave NE, Seattle • Greenlake
    Adam Doppelt - Excellent bike shop. Reasonably price and the staff is very friendly.
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - we have gone there in the past to get bikes- a bit pricey but great knowledge and selection
    Tom Laramee - I took my kids here for their first bikes and it was such a great experience. The staff was knowledgable, and helpful, and we've been on the Burke regularly since.
    recommended by mike grabham
  • 900 Poplar Pl S, Seattle • Beacon Hill
    Matt Gamboa - 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.
    Kelsey Lockard - 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!
    Todd Edebohls - This is a fantastic place. There's a great crowd of both experienced and first-time climbers. Easy to get to, easy parking.
    recommended by Daniel Gorrie
  • 2719 E Union St B09, Seattle • Central District
    Liz Pearce - I've just started taking boxing lessons at Cappy's based on all the great recommendations here. It's a fun workout, and the staff and coaches are very friendly and supportive. Be prepared for partner work. If you want to learn a new skill and get out of your comfort zone (but not too far), this is a great option. I can't tell if I'm going to get really hooked yet, but so far so good! Thanks Jennifer Olson Kenji Sazanami Tonya Peck Masako Long
    Yaprak DeCarmine - Went here for the beginning class and it was a lot of fun. Excited to go back!
    Tonya Peck - Wonderful community! Very pro social!
  • 224 Westlake Ave N, Seattle • South Lake Union
    Vaneeta - Go to these barre classes if you wanna get a serious barre workout! I've done others, such as barre 3 and pure barre and simply did not feel challenged. Fly barre felt more full body and I saw great results
    Andrew Bohrer - Yeah, I do Flywheel sometimes. It's dumb and often the music is bad. If you like the music there, then, you like bad music. But, the instructors are good at their job, it's a very efficient workout, and it makes you a better cyclist in the real word by pushing you in ways that streets and trails often can't.
    Daryn Nakhuda - Great studio, buy the monthly pass if you go more than 5 times.
    recommended by Joe Dieter

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