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Gyms and Studios That Are Open After Sandy
Get a workout, take a hot shower, and charge your electronics at these facilities in DC, Maryland, and Virginia. By Melissa Romero
Comments () | Published October 30, 2012

The following list includes gyms and studios that are planning to open today with abbreviated schedules, whether you need a workout, a hot shower, or an outlet to charge your phone. We encourage you to use your best judgment when it comes to venturing outside, and make sure to call your gym or studio before heading there just in case. We’ll continue to update this list throughout the day.

DC
Tranquil Space:
The Dupont Circle location is open beginning with its noon classes.

Boundless Yoga: Classes are canceled through lunch, but the studio will be open for night classes.

Vida Fitness: All locations except the Renaissance will operate on weekend hours, from 7 AM to 9 PM. Renaissance will be open from 5:30 AM to 10 PM.

Flow Yoga Center: Morning classes are canceled, but the studio plans to resume the 10:30 AM vinyasa flow class.

Sport & Health: All locations in DC, Maryland, and Virginia except Gateway are planning to open by noon.

District Crossfit: Morning and noon classes are canceled, but evening classes may be open depending on the weather.

Lil Omm Yoga: Classes are canceled until the 4 PM dance mix class.

Mint DC: The Dupont Circle location hopes to open at noon. 2 PM.

Results the Gym: Both locations (Capitol Hill and downtown) are open with regular hours. Group classes will not be held.

Capitol Hill Yoga: Open for its 5 and 7:30 PM classes.

The Bar Method: Open for its 12:15 and 5 PM classes.

Balance Gym: All three locations in Kalorama, Thomas Circle, and Glover Park are open at noon. Group classes to be determined.

Gold's Gym Capitol Hill:
Open from 12 to 11 PM today.

Past Tense Studio: The yoga studio in Mount Pleasant is open with a modified schedule.

Biker Barre:
The cycling and barre studio in Capitol Hill is open starting at 5:30 PM tonight.

Down Dog Yoga:
The DC, Bethesda, and Herndon locations will open at noon.

Washington Sports Club Glover Park:
Opened at 11 AM.

Quiet Mind Yoga: The Columbia Heights yoga studio is open beginning with its 5:15 PM class.

Fuse Pilates:
The Pilates studio will be open at 5 PM for classes and bootcamp.

Sports Club/LA: The Foggy Bottom gym is open 2 to 9 PM today. Please note that the locker rooms and cafe will be closed due to limited staff. They are running on a modified group class schedule, too.

VIRGINIA
Verve Fitness:
The gym will open late this afternoon.

Lava Barre: The barre studio in Clarendon will remain closed until 12:15, and will then decide whether to have Tuesday evening classes. Follow the studio on Facebook and Twitter (@lavabarre) for more updates.

Tranquil Space: The Arlington yoga studio will be open beginning at noon.

Equinox Tysons Corner: The gym is open with normal hours and will be offering group classes.

Ingnite Dance Fitness: The Zumba studio in Sterling is open for its 6:30 PM class.

Revolve Fitness: The Clarendon indoor cycling studio is open for its 6:30 and 7:30 classes, but the website is down. Please visit the Facebook page for information on how to reserve a bike.

MARYLAND
Gold's Gym Silver Spring:
The gym is open with normal hours.

Equinox Bethesda: The gym is open with normal hours and will be offering group classes.

Washington Sports Club Bethesda:
The gym will open at noon.

Is your local gym or studio open today? Let us know in the comments section and we'll add it to the list.

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