Best Variety of Classes
The new Truebody ;tness club, housed in a former U.S. post of;ce in downtown Bethesda, offers
more than 100 classes per week in nine studios. There’s something for everyone: 10 types of yoga
and mindfulness classes, four different cycling classes, six types of circuit and cardio classes, and
nine different strength and agility classes. Options include tai chi, rooftop yoga, meditation, barre and
a circuit class with boxing, rowing and incline stations. Outside, the club has a meditation labyrinth
and a patio and ;re pit where members can attend weekly happy hours after Friday evening classes.
Other amenities include phone lockers with charging cords, eucalyptus-infused cool towels for a
post-workout refresher, and fruit and juice to enjoy between classes on weekend mornings. The social
atmosphere and the large selection of classes re;ects the club’s “whole body” approach to ;tness. A
membership, which costs $149 per month, includes unlimited classes, use of the spaces and equipment on your own, and discounts on private sessions and massages. It’s $24 for a drop-in class.
7400 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda; 301-493-8783; truebody.;t
Robert Sherman leads a
cycling class at Truebody