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Online Fitness Classes

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Online Fitness Classes

With gyms closed due to COVID-19, you might be trying to get creative with workouts at home. There’s a wealth of apps and online fitness classes you can join from gyms and studios in Tualatin Valley.

Bonfire Yoga has video, audio and live stream classes and tips for practicing at home. They offer free audio and video options and a virtual class pass you can buy to join live stream classes. Bonfire Yoga members don’t need to pay extra for the pass.

Blaze Fitness  is also offering live streaming classes. You can sign up for a 10-day free trial and after that, drop-ins are $20 per class or you can get a class package. Classes include dance fitness, barre workouts, mommy and me, and Pound.

Crunch Fitness has tons of free fitness classes available on Facebook and Instagram including dance workouts, yoga, kid friendly and HIIT workouts. You can also pay for access to online classes called Crunch Live, which has fitness and nutrition classes. Crunch members can use Crunch Live for free as part of their membership.

Nourishment Food and Yoga in Tigard is offering several online experiences including short yoga practices on social media and Zoom group classes. Classes are $5 and are happening Tuesday and Thursday at 6 p.m., Friday at 11:30 a.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m.

Play.Fit.Fun will help you keep your kids entertained too! They created two programs for virtual activity and engagement. There’s a family game night, which includes Play.Fit.Fun games and activities as well as pizza, soda and mini cakes for a fun family dinner. There’s also a Zoom Kids Action Class, a 40 minute class on Tuesday and Thursday with games for kids.

Hula Halau has free online dance classes for all ages to keep you moving at home. Classes include Tahitian basics on Tuesdays at 7 p.m., Hula basics for the family on Wednesday at 11 a.m. and Tahitian basics on Saturday at 12 p.m.

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June 1 , 2020

Washington County (Tualatin Valley) has been approved for Phase 1 of reopening. Whether you live in Oregon or are visiting from out of town, it’s important to know what to expect when you’re here.

March 2 , 2020

Spring is on its way and with the improved weather and the start of Daylight Saving Time, there’s no reason to stay inside. Tualatin Valley offers plenty of hiking, biking and walking trails — perfect for anyone training for a race or just looking to see the sights while they exercise.