The Conservatory of International Style and Cultural Arts (CISCA) was founded in 2009 by international Fashion Designer and Ballerina Flora Zeta Cheong-Leen (Dr. h.c.).
This chic penthouse studio with a glass top offers Hatha, Ashtanga, Power Pilates, Hot Yoga, Hot Pilates, and meditation for those looking for a little Ohm, and if that's not your thing, there's also various high energy classes like Aerobics Bodyblast and kick-boxing. For the more hardcore, nutrition planning, bootcamp program and tailored workouts
You'll never be bored trying to conquer the 100+ climbing routes on this wall that is 900 sq. meters and 20 meters high. This facility is China's biggest and best equipped indoor climbing gym. The club's goal is to provide an excellent training environment to climbers of all experience levels.
This gym is located on the 11th floor of the Shanghai Stadium meaning that members enjoy spectacular views of the city while working out. The patrons are mainly businessmen and the facility is mainly geared toward independent exercisers who prefer resistance machines, cardiovascular machines and free weights. Classes also available.
This martial arts studio offers a variety of classes including longwu kung fu, wushu, traditional kung fu, tai chi, traditional shaolin, wing chun, tae kwon do, karate, boxing, kickboxing and traditional xingyi.
This saddle-shaped, multi-use stadium's unique design makes event watching here a grand experience. Covering a floor area of 190,000 sq. meters, the stadium can seat 80,000 fanatic fans in one go. Large awnings can be spread over the crowd in the case of rain or blinding sun.
A drinking club with a running problem; if this sounds like your kind of group, join them for their weekly Sunday runs. With each run, you get a good workout and more than enough food and beer afterward. Runs are usually between 6-15 km and can be in-town runs or out-of-town runs (by bus).
This expat and Chinese run mountain biking club is dedicated to getting you out of the city with fun rides and activities every weekend. The group runs day trips and weekend jaunts for all levels from first timers to more advanced. They frequently run family-oriented trips and provide all equipment you need.
On these monthly Saturday runs, this group follows the traditional chase format and huffs their way out of the city into the surrounding countryside, ravaging the beautiful trails with hashing antics, sparing no quarter on supplies of cold beers for down-downs and taking no prisoners at its ever-victorious bashes.
Master this traditional Chinese water sport with these friendly folks at beautiful Dianshan Lake. Transport pick-ups are at the Portman at 8am (yes, really) or the Starbucks on Shuicheng Nan Lu at 8:15am. But be warned–everything you wear on the boat will get wet, so bring a large towel, a change of clothes, water and something to eat after
Walk through the bar (where you buy your tickets) and take on your friends as you whip around the turns at this high speed go-kart track. The venue boasts a fully equipped bar and a 4,500 sq. meter indoor racing track.
This gym has a relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff, and a good mix of locals and foreigners. Members get access to the pool, new weight equipment and a clean and spacious cardio area. There are two yoga rooms, one spinning room and a spa, which you can use for an additional charge.
This well-known gym is easily accessible due to its location in the heart of downtown and it provides the basic gym amenities for members. Although not part of a global chain as many gyms are in Shanghai, this local facility provides all the services that members need for a complete workout.
Yogalicious is pop-up in Ferguson Lane with a beautiful rooftop terrace offering yoga and acai bowls. Food options include daily baked goods, acai bowls (RMB35/small, RMB50/medium) and oatmeal. The drinks include coffees and teas. The huge terrace is utilized for yoga classes in the early morning and sometimes evenings; spaces are limited; sign up
This high-end yoga studio has a wide range of yoga classes and multiple practice rooms that allow for specialized classes such as hot and wall yoga. The facilities are top-notch with great, spacious changing rooms and several relaxing lounge spaces to help practitioners get into the right state of mind. There are complimentary refreshments and Pure
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