Updated April 2021

With an abundance of studios, organizations and fit focused businesses around Dallas, it’s impossible not to find ways to exercise if you wanted to! However, expenses for working out can quickly add up each month. So if you’re not ready to commit to a membership yet, we’ve got some opportunities that you can capitalize on and help achieve your new year fitness goals!

 

 

PARK

KLYDE WARREN PARK

KLYDE WARREN PARK

Free group workouts are offered every Saturday and most Sundays. They offer a variety of classes, like yoga, tai chi, bootcamp, and barre, led by leaders in Dallas’ fitness spots. Just check the calendar on the website for dates and times!

DOWNTOWN | DIRECTIONS

 

ORGANIZATION

PINT STRIDERS

PINT STRIDERS

Pint Striders is a running group that partners with many local Dallas businesses and organizations including BBC, the Convention Center, Deep Ellum Brewing Co. and Lululemon on Knox to bridge the gap between healthy and having fun! You can find every event they host on their Facebook page, but they also host a social run at BBC every Thursday at 6:30 pm.

ALL OVER THE CITY

photo courtesy of Pint Striders


 

RESTAURANT

COSMIC CAFE

COSMIC CAFE

Go for the food, stay for the yoga! It’s a mindful experience walking into Cosmic Cafe in and of itself, but head upstairs and experience a space set aside for yoga and meditation classes throughout the week.

All classes are donation based with a suggested donation of $5.

OAK LAWN | DIRECTIONS

 

Brewery

WESTAKE BREWING 

WESTLAKE BREWERY

This Deep Ellum brewery loves to intertwine activities with beer drinking! Beyond weekly trivia, head to Westlake at 6:30 pm on Wednesdays for a running club. They run several miles around East Dallas before heading back for some brews. Or join the patio for a free yoga class every Saturday at 10 am! Just bring your mat! 

DEEP ELLUM | DIRECTIONS

photo courtesy of Westlake Brewery


 

BAR

SANDBAR CANTINA

SANDBAR CANTINA

This Southern California-style beach bar is a true hidden gem in Dallas and it offers the ability to hit the sand and play some volleyball free of charge! During weeknights, you can register and play for a league with Dallas Sport and Social Club at a fee or find free play on Friday, Saturday and Sundays on the eight beautiful courts!

DEEP ELLUM | DIRECTIONS


 

ORGANIZATION

THE NOVEMBER PROJECT

THE NOVEMBER PROJECT

November Project Dallas pledged as A Tribe Called “We Run Big D” and organizes free workouts in Downtown Dallas. The workouts run 45 minutes and are designed to build community and work all muscle groups!

They meet every Wednesday at 6:15 am at Griggs Park as  they bring back in-person workouts so keep up with their Facebook page on more happenings coming soon!

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

photo courtesy of The November Project


 

STUDIO

CROSSFIT BIG D

CROSSFIT BIG D

Ready to welcome seasoned Crossfit-ers or newbies, CrossFit Big D will help you at whatever level you’re at. Free workouts are offered every Saturday morning from 8 - 11 am + your first workout is always free as well.

MEDICAL DISTRICT | DIRECTIONS

photo courtesy of Crossfit Big D


 

BRAND

OUTDOOR VOICES

OUTDOOR VOICES

Letting go the the expectation to perform, moving your body, having fun with friends and learning that the joy of the game will always outlast the win is what Outdoor Voices is all about - and we’re here for it! They host workouts on a regular basis - check up here for the latest happenings!

NORTHPARK CENTER | DIRECTIONS

photo courtesy of Outdoor Voices


 

GYM

SOCIAL MECHANICS

SOCIAL MECHANICS

Social Mechanics incorporates combinations of foundational lifts, body weight movements, yoga, and cardio to simulate everyday situations to make you better, no matter what your life demands. To them, it’s as much about feeling good as it is loving what you see in the mirror and to determine, achieve, and maintain the best version of yourself.

If this sounds like something you would want to try out, they offer free community fitness classes EVERY Saturday at 9:30 am.

LOWER GREENVILLE | DIRECTIONS

photo courtesy of Social Mechanics


 

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