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Best Budget Fitness Classes In MetroWest

May 18, 2013 6:00 AM

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(Photo from The Core Connection)

(Photo from The Core Connection)

It is always the season for getting fit, however, there is not always the motivation. There is no need to pay for pricey private lessons. Getting healthy doesn’t have to break the bank. Attend the best budget fitness classes in MetroWest.

(Photo from Spirit Bear Power Yoga)

(Photo from Spirit Bear Power Yoga)


Spirit Bear Power Yoga
19 Main St.
Natick, MA 01760
(508) 655-9642
www.spiritbearpoweryoga.com

Spirit Bear Power Yoga offers an eclectic mix of vinyasa yoga classes. Scheduled classes include both heated and non-heated yoga, candlelight yoga, prenatal yoga and introductory classes. Students with any level of yoga practice are able to join any class and drop-ins are always welcome. Choose a class that fits your schedule and needs and give it a shot without having to make a commitment. New students can even join for 30 days of unlimited classes for only $35.

(Photo from Focus On Fitness)

(Photo from Focus On Fitness)

Focus on Fitness
63 Fountain St.
Framingham, MA 01702
(508) 820-0424
www.focusonfitnessma.com

Focus on Fitness is a full-service gym that features a full schedule of group fitness, swim fitness and spin classes. Classes are scheduled seven days a week, and the variety offers something for everyone. Strengthen and tone at muscle conditioning, stretch and unwind at yoga or sweat it out at boot camp. Try the water aerobics class for a great non-impact workout. New members can join for 12 consecutive days for only $25.

(Photo from Fit Studio 28)

(Photo from Fit Studio 28)

Fit Studio28
122 Turnpike Road, Suite 5
Westborough, MA 01581
(508) 329-1728
www.fitstudio28.com

The aptly named Fit Studio28 offers 28 different fitness classes throughout the year to cross train your muscles and push your body to its full potential. Barre, spin, yogalates and combo classes will have you working up a sweat while never getting bored. Multiple classes are offered daily so you will always find time to fit one into your busy schedule. Drop-ins are welcome, however monthly memberships are a great deal at $99. Don’t forget to check out the Fit Studio28 clothing line, which keeps you looking good while getting fit.

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(Photo from Every Body Balance)

(Photo from Every Body Balance)

Every Body Balance
155 Boston Road
Southborough, MA 01772
(508) 485-8585
www.everybodybalance.com

Every Body Balance is a premier yoga, pilates and fitness training center. All levels and ages are welcome to enjoy the strengthening of pilates and the centering effects of yoga. Personal attention is given to every individual to help them find their core through breathing, mechanics and alignment. Enjoy a 12-month unlimited membership for only $80 per month. Drop-ins are also welcome at anytime.

(Photo from The Core Connection)

(Photo from The Core Connection)

The Core Connection
290 W. Main St.
Northborough, MA 01532
(508) 393-8086
www.thecoreconnection.com

The full schedule of classes offered at Core Connection leaves no room for excuses, as there is a time and class style for everyone. Morning, lunchtime and evening classes can fit into the busiest of schedules. Group training, yoga, pilates, barre and zumba are just a few of the classes that will get you moving. New students can purchase a two-week unlimited class pass for only $30. If you decide to continue, purchase a class series pass to get classes for less than $10 each.

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Kim Vareika is the owner of Vareika Personal Training and Yoga in Plainville. She has been in the fitness industry for over ten years, and believes that wellness is about more than just physical health. When she is not teaching, practicing, or writing, she resides in Bridgewater where she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her nephew Caesar. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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