Make Good on Your New Year’s Fitness Resolutions With a Little Help from These Lake Oswego Fitness Centers

If you are starting the New Year off with good intentions to get fit in mind and body, you have no excuse not to follow through with them if you live in Lake Oswego.

That’s because there is a studio, gym, club and/or class for just about every body type, exercise preference and schedule.

Granted, this last year has been tough on these facilities with COVID restrictions; however, most have hung in there and are happy to welcome all well-intentioned resolution keepers!

Here’s a roundup of all your reasons to make 2022 the year you get and stay in shape!

AGE-LESS BODY PILATES STUDIO. Age-Less Body Pilates Studio provides Pilates instruction in an intimate setting in small group sessions for teens to adults. 311 B Avenue, Suite Z. 503.381.3281.

ANYTIME FITNESS. With 24/7 access to the gym, you’re going to find it hard to say that working out doesn’t fit into your schedule. Right now they are offering a free seven day pass to try things out. Enjoy a customized workout plan based on your needs and goals once you decide to sign up. The coaching and the equipment is there to support you. Memberships start at $25.99 biweekly.  1171 McVey Avenue, 503.636.1664.

BARRE3. The focus here is on full-body workouts balancing strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness.   Choose from a variety of packages for single classes all the way up to unlimited. Newcomers are invited to try three classes for $0 or accept the January Challenge: up to 50% off studio memberships and complimentary digital subscription. 4859 Meadows Rd., #167. 503.303.5146.

BURN BOOT CAMP. Join here and you can take advantage of cardio and strength training boot camps along with 1:1 nutritional guidance. Virtual workouts are also available. You can try it out for four weeks for $69 until January 16. 16889 SW 65th Avenue. 503.707.4980.

CLUB PILATES. Enjoy full body workouts with low impact, taking advantage of equipment like the Reformer, TRX Suspension Trainer and springboards. The studio features a variety of classes aimed at balance, strength, mobility and flexibility—you’re sure to find the right fit. They offer a free introductory class if you want to check it out. 3 Monroe Parkway, Suite 300F. 503.822.5473.

COREPOWER YOGA. This studio is located just outside of Lake Oswego near Bridgeport Village and they are currently offering a Holiday Special of $20 for the first month of All Access Membership (regular price is $149/month). You can also choose from studio class packages as well. 7497 SW Bridgeport Rd., Tualatin. 503.206.0650.

CROSSFIT LAKE OSWEGO. Get the support, education, and motivation you need to participate in this fitness program. New members are encouraged to try their first class for free. While classes vary, the format typically covers a warmup, strength exercises, metabolic workout, mobility and core. Choose from a variety of packages that vary in pricing depending on your usage.17425 Pilkington, Suite A/B. 971.206.4407.

IMAGINE YOGA. Find whatever style you are looking for here from calm to power. Try them out for 30 days unlimited for only $40. If you’re a Van Gogh fan as well as yoga, sign up for their one-of-a-kind offering to practice yoga in the midst of the Van Gogh exhibit at the Oregon Convention Center. 425 2nd St., #100. 503.908.7845.

IM=X PILATES AND FITNESS. This studio offers pilates re-invented, re-choreographed and reconstructed to include other physical disciplines like cardio, barre and weight training in both private and semi-private sessions. See for yourself. 436 1st Street. 503.908.0024

JAZZERCISE.  Jazzercise bills itself as the original dance party workout with the potential to burn 800 calories in one 55 minute session. The program has been around since 1969 and in Lake Oswego for quite a long time. Choreographed routines that change regularly blend dance, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and strength training, so you’re covered on most fitness fronts. Check them out for special deals such as their 30-day Kickstarter Program good through January 17 that includes a 30-day digital wellness plan and access to On-Demand (with purchase of recurring monthly membership). 11830 SW Kerr Parkway #206. 503.313.1122.

LEVEL PDX. This is a homegrown interval fitness training studio founded by Lindsay Barney that features: two rounds of treadmill intervals followed by endurance, then aerobic and finished off with cool down/stretching. Enjoy your first class for $20. 145 Evergreen Road. 503.342.6464.

LAKE OSWEGO PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT. Class offerings range from Zumba, Nia and Yoga to Boomer’s Boot Camp and Butts and Guts. Other choices include basketball, soccer, cornhole, and slow-pitch softball league play, running club for girls and adults, drop-in basketball and volleyball and adult pickleball clinic. Tennis lessons are offered at the Indoor Tennis Center at 2900 Diane Drive, golf lessons at the Public Golf Course at 17525 Stafford Road and rowing at the Water Sports Center, 350 Oswego Pointe Drive. Check their current catalog for a complete list of offerings.

ORANGETHEORY FITNESS. This five-zone heart rate-based workout will have you spending at least twelve minutes in your “orange zone” to achieve the maximum caloric burn for up to 24 hours after your class. Try the first class for free and then choose from different levels of membership and packages that give you nationwide access to locations wherever you happen to be. 4025 Mercantile Drive #120. 971.808.4700.   

PILATES BODIES STUDIO. New clients are encouraged to sign up for the introductory package of five lessons on the equipment for $225. From there you can continue with private or semi-private lessons or group classes that include Mat Pilates, and belly dancing. 16130 SW Boones Ferry Road, Suite A. 503.913.5788.

PROJECT 360. The equipment and support are here to support you in reaching your fitness goals. If you’re looking for a more intimate experience, this is your spot. Membership is limited to 200 with full access from 4:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. to the extensive range of cardiovascular and functional training equipment. Work alone or let one of their professional trainers guide you. Locker rooms, showers, lounge, and a Trackman Simulator to sharpen your golf game are all included in the membership. Connect online for information. 460 2nd Street.

PROVIDENCE FITNESS CENTER.  Offers cardio and weight training machines, free weights, steam and locker room, showers, and personal training and massage for additional fees. Membership includes access to group exercise classes which include Yoga, Boot Camp, Strength Training and Cardio. Virtual classes can be accessed for $30/month. Check it out with their one free workout offering. Discounts offered to Providence Health Plan members. Call for rates. 5300 Meadows Rd., Suite 150. 503.216.6606.

SNAP FITNESS.  Want to work out on your schedule, not the gym’s? Snap Fitness is open 24/7 and also offers over 1,200 on-demand workouts through its Snap App. Enjoy one free personal training session to check the facility out. Offers group classes, strength training, personal trainers, cardio equipment, free weights and nutrition consultant. 6296 SW Meadow Avenue. 503.968.7627.

STAR CYCLE. These hard-hitting 45-minute indoor cycle sessions utilize invigorating music, choreography, dimmed lighting and upper body movements and weights to ensure a high-energy, full body workout. Child care available. They offer a New Client special of 3 classes for $40. Book your class today. 375 2nd Stsreet. 503.303.4498.

THE BAR METHOD LAKE OSWEGO. This boutique fitness studio offers transformative workouts leading to long, lean, sculpted muscles. No previous dance experience is necessary. Try it free for two weeks online before signing up. 15780 Boones Ferry Road. 503.305.5942.

TRAINER’S CLUB. This club offers cardio machines, free weights, personal training, massage therapy, as well as a variety of group classes from Yoga and Tai Chi, to Zumba and spin. There is also a Pilates studio and chiropractor located on-site. Try it out with a free 7-day pass. 333 S. State Street. 503.636.3900.

TWIST YOGA. Enjoy all your favorite forms of yoga in both hot and non-heated conditions. New members can enjoy 30 days of unlimited yoga for $59 with access to both studio and online classes. 3970 Mercantile Drive. 503.303.4195.

YOGA SIX. Take your pick from six different class types from hot and powerful to slow and mindful. First class is only $10. Choose from unlimited monthly packages to just the Lake Oswego studio or to all local studios or sign up for four classes per month. 101 S. State Street, Suite 4120. 541.299.9642.


24 HOUR FITNESS. The local center includes a full-size basketball court, three-lane indoor lap pool, Kids Club, sauna, steam and spa, free weights and circuit training, personal trainers, racquetball court, and cardio equipment. Group exercise classes include Yoga, Body Pump, Cycle and Pilates. Membership fees vary and can include access to any of their fitness centers across the nation. Take advantage of their free three-day gym pass to check it out. 17942 SW McEwan Road, Tigard. 503.670.0400.

BAY CLUB PORTLAND. Located just past Bridgeport Village, this top-notch fitness center features all the “to-be-expected” along with some unique offerings including a Rock Climbing Center with 11,500 square feet of climbing surface as well as an Air Fit Studio for high altitude training. The facility also has indoor basketball and pickleball courts, racquetball and squash courts, a six-lane indoor swimming pool as well as an outdoor aquatic center, The Edge performance training center, Pilates studio, Kids’ World and café. Most group fitness classes are free to members and are offered in two studios (Exhale which includes yoga, Pilates, Nia, Tai Chi, and Barre type classes and Excite that offers classes along the lines of Zumba, Group Fight, Strength and Conditioning and High Intensity Interval Training). Personal trainers are on hand as well as nutritional counselors. A holiday special included a 2 for 1 experience pass good for 12 visits. A new “shared” membership package allows you to join with up to five friends or family members. 18120 SW Lower Boones Ferry Road, Tigard. 503.968.4500.

LA FITNESS.  This 45,000 square foot facility features cardio and strength conditioning machines, three racquetball courts, one basketball court, an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna in locker rooms, Kids’ Club and classes including Zumba, yoga, water aerobics and cycle and spin classes, SilverSneakers fitness program, and Boot Camp Conditioning. Personal training is also available. Membership fees vary but you can try them out with a free 3-day guest pass. 7405 SW Nyberg St., Tualatin. 503.404.0126.

STAFFORD HILLS CLUB. Tennis courts set this club apart from the rest of the local offerings. Stafford features seven indoor and three outdoor courts as well as pickleball courts. In addition, there is an outdoor saltwater pool with six lanes for lap and recreational swim, a small children’s swim area and a splash pad for kids. Family events and children’s programming are offered regularly and childcare is available to family memberships. Group exercise classes run the gamut from Hard CORE and Cycle Strength to Cardio Strength, Zumba and Yoga. Personal trainers are on hand for individual as well as Team Training sessions. A salon and spa and café round out the facilities. Membership rates vary. 5916 SW Nyberg Lane, Tualatin. 503.612.2400.

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to buy or sell your home, give me a call at 503.939.9801, email me at and/or check out my website. I’d love to help you reach your goals!

About lovelakeoswego

I feel pretty lucky—I live where I work and I love where I live. As a Realtor in Lake Oswego, I get to share that enthusiasm with clients every day. Through this blog, with the help of my freelance writer wife, Genita, I’d like to share that enthusiasm with you. The quality of life you’ll find in Lake Oswego belies its size—there is so much to experience here from a fireworks show over the lake on the 4th of July to the Festival of the Arts--one of the premier arts events in the region. So please check in each week for another reason why I love Lake Oswego and who knows—maybe you’ll fall in love too! If you’re interested in experiencing Lake Oswego personally, please feel free to contact me either on my cell at (503) 939-9801, via email at or check my website by clicking the link in the "Contact me" section in the right-hand column. I would love to show you around.
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