BURN FITNESS STUDIOS
This boutique gym is shaking up workout routines with innovative sweat sessions that keep your body guessing with a multitude of physical challenges. Combining strength training, cardio and flexibility, the classes here are sure to “burn” in the best way. Class schedule and registration available online. 867
Boylston St., 617.651.3625. ; 547 Columbus Ave.
CORE DE VIE
Full-service lifestyle center focusing on balancing the mind and body. Offers Gyrotinic, Pilates, yoga classes, massage and acupuncture treatments. 40 Charles St., 617.720.0411.
While the classes and training of this private mind-and-body facility are members only, nonmembers can indulge in the Spa at Equinox, which offers facials, massages, body treatments and waxing. Call for appointment. 131 Dartmouth St., 617.578.8918; 225 Franklin St., 617.426.2140; 4 Avery St., 617.375.8200.
The ethos here is simple: move well, eat well, be positive. Kettlebell training programs are this studio’s bread and butter, but there are group classes and personal training, too. Scheduling and registration online. 477 Harrison Ave., 617.936.4346.
Boxing great George Foreman brought the art and intensity of boxing to Bostonians in 2013. Now with two locations, the gym delivers a holistic fitness philosophy with time-tested training methods and high-intensity workouts. Open M-Th 5 am-9 pm, F 5 am-8 pm, Sa-Su 8 am-4 pm. 15 Channel Center, 857.250.4140; 1 Federal St., 857.990.3108.
This indoor cycling studio offers an intense cardio experience aboard a high-tech bike for 45 or 60 minutes. Climb, race and sprint while you listen to “Flybeats” and find your rhythm. Sign up online. 800 Boylston St., 617.300.0388.
NORTH END YOGA
Drop in and take a class for $16. Owners Alicia Orr and Alessandra Miele have more than 10 years of combined experience as yoga students and teachers, and they offer some 30 classes each week at their studio. 256 Hanover St., 617.227.9642.
PETER WELCH’S GYM
This authentic boxing gym focuses on fostering the qualities of elite boxers: strength, speed, balance and stamina. But you don’t have to be a pro to workout here, just come ready to sweat in a no-nonsense atmosphere. Open M-Th 5:30 am-9 pm, F 5:30 am-8 pm, Sa 8 am-4:30 pm, Su 9 am-1 pm. 371 Dorchester Ave., 617.936.8939.
This popular franchise has been transforming bodies across the nation with toning, isometric movement routines that emulate the art (and intense workout) of ballet. Schedule and registration available online. 350 Newbury St., 617.247.5360.
Part dance party, part workout, the high-intensity, rhythmic cardio classes here are 55 minutes of endorphin-inducing fun. To tone it down a bit, try the Flow class featuring vinyasa yoga. Class schedule online. 699 Boylston St., 617.603.2522; 181 Massachusetts Ave.
Drop in for a class for $18 and get your flow on. Yinyasa, yin, heated core and even hip hop yoga classes are available, and all experience levels are welcome. Class schedule available online. 364 Boylston St., 617.375.9642; 1032 Commonwealth Ave., 617.277.9642.
Cate Brinch’s cycle studios were some of the first to open in Boston, back in 2011. Today, the boutiques are candle-lit, state-of-the-art and designer implemented, in order to put a focus on relaxation and well being. Schedule online. 9 Newbury St., 617.366.9670; 18 Union Park St.
Swet Studio hosts a variety of classes intended to raise your fitness level and provide relaxation. Whether you choose an aerial yoga, barre or meditation class, you are sure to have a challenging yet rejuvenating experience. Schedule and registration online. 480 Tremont St., 617.670.0631.
THE HANDLE BAR
This large indoor cycling studio features low-lit, music-driven classes where you can clip in and spin away some calories. Walk-ins welcome, but classes fill up quickly, so reservations are recommended. Single class: $24. 141 Dorchester Ave., 617.451.1270; 1336 Boylston St., 857.239.9789; 1030 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 617.714.3367.