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These Dallas Studios Are Now Offering Virtual Workouts

No home gym? No problem. Here's how to keep up your workout routine without stepping foot outside.
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This Austin-based yoga studio has an extensive virtual library, including beginner classes. Start with a one-week free trial, then pay $8/month or $80/year.

Breathe Mind and Body

This meditation and wellness studio, which opened in Highland Park last month, offers several styles of guided meditation, appropriate for all levels of experience. Until you can visit in person, experience Breathe with a new series of free, streamable classes. (See the full schedule here.) Stream each class via Instagram Live.

Burn Boot Camp

Boutique fitness concept Burn Boot Camp (BBC) has 2 locations in the Dallas area. Last week, BBC started streaming live, at-home workouts, which will run through April 3. Tune in every weekday at 8 a.m. (Each morning’s 45-minute workout will also be recorded for later use.) Access the classes for free with a 14-day trial. Memberships then range from $99-180.

Caulfield’s Dance Fitness

Dallas’ only cardio-dance fitness studio is now streaming classes to YouTube. You’ll find Sculpt, Trim, and Hip-Hop classes, and there’s even a workout created for kids. You can stream Caulfield’s classes for free, but if you enjoy the workouts, consider supporting the studio @caulfieldsdancefit on Venmo.

Class Studios

Class Studios has a highly loyal following. The West Village location even won Best Studio in Dallas in ClassPass’s 2019 awards. Since shutting its doors last Monday, Class Studios has been filming a series of streamable workouts. The virtual collection is now live here. Subscriptions are $39/week for non-members. (All active memberships have been paused. To access the web series, unfreeze your membership by emailing the Studio Manager.)


ClassPass now offers live, streamable workouts from over 500 studios. (If you’re not already a ClassPass member, just create an account at You’ll pay as you go for live classes.) ClassPass’s entire library of 2,000+ prerecorded audio and video workouts are now free for anyone to stream. (Click here to access.)

100% of proceeds from the live class bookings will go directly to studios. You can also donate to your favorite studios through the ClassPass app; ClassPass is matching $1 Million in donations.

CorePower Yoga

CorePower’s virtual “Keep Up Your Practice” series is ideal for all, from a total beginner to a seasoned yogi. The collection includes several CorePower class formats, like strength-focused Yoga Sculpt is and flexibility-focused Hot Power Fusion. The “Keep Up Your Practice” collection is free to stream. CorePower members can access other exclusive classes starting March 19.

Crunch Fitness

This Addison studio is part of a nationwide chain, which originated in NYC. While the physical studio is closed, Crunch’s loyal members are maintaining the community feel by streaming classes from home. boasts several class formats: total body boot camp, dance cardio, pilates, yoga, barre, and more. The 15-minute workout videos are the perfect way to break up your work-from-home day. Take advantage of a ten-day free trial, then pay $9.99/month or $90/year.

GRIT by Brit

GRIT by Brit’s team is now streaming online classes–no equipment needed. Class types include full-body workouts, core-focused workouts, dance, HIIT, kickboxing, yoga, pilates, and more. “We feel strongly about offering free, engaging workouts both to our GRITFAM and the community at large during these challenging times,” said the studio. Access to the GRITFAM Facebook Group, where GRIT by Brit is live-streaming up to 7 workout classes per day, is free through Friday. Beginning Saturday, March 21, one month of access will be $49 for non-members. Once each live stream is over, the class can be viewed at any time.

Session Pilates

Session Pilates is now offering a free online library of 10-30 minute sessions. Each class targets a specific area (abs, arms, or lower body). Session instructors create Spotify playlists for every class they record. “These videos are for anyone to enjoy,” says the studio. “Whether you’re an existing member, a ClassPass or StudioHop user, or haven’t had the chance of joining us on a bed yet — you are invited to sweat with us.”

One Lagree

One Lagree’s low-impact workouts combine strength, cardio, balance, core, and flexibility. (Think Pilates, but high-intensity.) The studio is now streaming free specialty workouts (like 30-minute HIIT classes and ab challenges) on Instagram Live. Some classes will incorporate equipment (like kettlebells) but most will rely on bodyweight only. Follow along at @onelagree.

The Pilates Barre

The Pilates Barre is now streaming simple, free workouts on its Instagram stories. Many moves incorporate arm and ankle weights. Need to buy some? Call the University Park location at 214-706-9988 to order equipment for curbside pickup. You can also purchase a bottle or two of Pressed Juicery juice.

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