Fitness Centers In Georgetown, DC
Working Out In Georgetown
From Boutique to Luxury
DC is a very fit town and Georgetown boasts a variety of great fitness centers to work out in. From hardcore gyms to spas, boot-camps, boutique classes and more. Here’s the rundown on what fitness centers are available.
Geared toward the professional set, Equinox’s 22nd Street facility is super luxe. It includes a pool, sun deck, and executive locker room in addition to its spa and workspaces.
Soul Cycle West End and Georgetown
Located on M Street in the West End and Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown. Soul Cycle classes are a mix of spinning and dance set to high energy play-lists. Classes fill up fast and this boutique exercise class has a loyal local following. And you may see a celebrity in one of your classes too!
Located in the heart of Georgetown, the discreetly unmarked white door next to Lulu Lemon leads to a space focused on individual goals. Services include pilates sessions, one-on-one boxing, and other “concierge” sessions.
With its emphasis on low-impact and isometric exercises, Barre3 creates a workout that feels gentle but results in strength, flexibility, balance, and fitness. For those with no time to fit in a visit to the Wisconsin Avenue studio each day, or who travel for business, a subscription streaming service offers a convenient workout anytime and anywhere.
Offering everything from CrossFit to Barre to Personal Training and more. Balance Gym’s Foggy Bottom location at the Fairmont provides a variety of options. The intense Balance Bootcamp is a popular signature service at this gym.
Conveniently located on M Street and designed to provide a total body workout in 60 minutes. Blast individualizes the routine based on a variety of factors and can even accommodate and work around old injuries. The Blast Crew is a community concept that helps to provide accountability and support for members’ goals.
Fuel Pilates, located on O Street just off Wisconsin Avenue and near Georgetown University, has recently added Tramp! They now have a trampoline class that offers a high octane workout to accompany its Pilates, Reformer, barre, and Tabata classes. Group classes, individual sessions, and drop-ins are available.
Core Power Yoga’s Georgetown studio puts an emphasis on green living and design serving both the yoga novice and experienced practitioner. Heated studios intensify the workout which is facilitated by expert instructors.
Washington Sports Club’s Georgetown Park location offers one of the most comprehensive facilities in the area. This allows members to explore a variety of sports and fitness activities unavailable at most boutique fitness venues. Sports and fitness for the whole family is a hallmark of the club’s offerings. They have many sports, classes, and activities available for children and teens as well.
Located on M Street, the emphasis at Georgetown Yoga is on creating the “foundation of a sustainable, strong practice”. Everyone is welcome, no matter what the background and experience level. For those who are more experienced, a variety of more advanced classes and workshops are also available.
Founded by yogi Diego Del Sol, this Wisconsin Avenue studio offers Hatha practice. The teachers here are notable for their experience and expertise, and offer customization and a variety of practice styles and emphases. Reservations are recommended, though drop-ins are welcome if space allows.
Offering a variety of group and private lessons from its 34th Street location. DDY’s hot power yoga studios also host workshops and retreats.
Specializing in Metabolic Resistance Training (MRT) and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Definitions is a no-nonsense hardcore workout facility located on Thomas Jefferson Street. There is parking in their underground lot or metered parking nearby.
The Georgetown location at Kew Gardens Apartments offers the no-nonsense, minimalist athletic training UAC is known for. Crossfit and curated training help members meet their fitness goals, whether you are focused on strength, skill, or conditioning.
This family-owned Georgetown personal training studio on Thomas Jefferson Street puts the emphasis on individualized fitness plans including athletic performance enhancement, weight loss, and general health and conditioning.
With an emphasis on the body-mind connection and its relationship to health and wellness, Ultimate Results on K Street connects nutrition and exercise to support a holistic approach to fitness.
Please contact me if you have any questions about the location of these Georgetown fitness centers.
I hope this work out guide is helpful!
Melanie M. Hayes