Health & Fitness Guide 2014

24 Hour Fitness

10860 Kuykendahl Road • 281-292-2831
1800 Lake Woodlands Drive • 281-298-2428

Anytime Fitness

9420 College Park Drive, Ste. 20 • 936-273-5090
1523 Rayford Road • 281-292-3344
30340 FM 2978 • 281-298-3200

Texas Boot Camp

Market Street • 9595 Six Pines Drive
Sally Ride Elementary • 4920 W. Panther Creek Drive
The Woodlands United Methodist Church • 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive
Stonebridge Church • 1 Stonebridge Church Drive

Villa Sport

4141 Technology Forest Blvd. • 832-585-0822

Crossfit Exceed

26103 I-45 N. • 832-726-2900

Title Boxing Club

3335 College Park Drive • 936-202-3100

Crossfit Town Center

9391 Grogan’s Mill Road, Ste. B12 • 281-292-3053

F.I.T. Human Performance

27240 Glen Loch Drive • 832-813-8010

Lifestyle Fitness Center

9110 Forest Crossing Drive • 281-292-4883

Oasis Club and Spa for Women

1644 Research Forest Drive, Ste. 180 • 281-681-9992


South Montgomery County • 6145 Shadowbend Place • 281-367-9622
Creekside • 6464 Creekside Forest Drive • 832-698-1283
Branch Crossing • 8100 Ashlane Way • 281-419-2356

Fitness Connection

129 Sawdust Road • 281-296-9500

Pure Barre

Alden Bridge Village Center • 8000 Research Forest Drive, Ste. 21 • 281-298-8997

Rydenow Cycling

8000 McBeth Way • 713-515-0630

Body + Brain

Grogan’s Mill Village Center • 2230 Buckthorne Place • 281-292-2900

Pilates on Pinecroft • 9303 Pinecroft Drive, Ste. 280 • 832-381-2679

Breathe Pilates Studio

25236 Grogan’s Park Drive • 281-298-5277

Woodlands Pilates

4810 W. Panther Creek Drive, Ste. 107 • 281-883-8088

Pilates Place of The Woodlands

30420 FM 2978 • 281-419-3131

The Woodlands Yoga Studio

25126 Grogan’s Park Drive • 936-271-1485

Express Hot Yoga

120 Lake Woodlands Drive, Ste. 4006 • 281-367-2989
8000 McBeth Way, Ste. 140 • 832-482-2517

Healthy Life Unlimited

Grogan’s Mill Village Center • 2230 Buckthorne Place • 832-515-1581

Studio A Pilates

Market Street • 9595 Six Pines Drive, Ste. 6350 • 713-817-5683

Define Body and Mind

Cochran’s Crossing Village Center • 4747 Research Forest Drive, Ste. 100 • 832-499-6383

The Yoga Studio of The Woodlands

26603 Oak Ridge Drive • 281-364-8934


19189 I-45 S., Ste. B • 281-362-9253

Bike Resource

Cochrans’ Crossing Village Center • 4747 Research Forest Drive • 281-367-9495

Bike Lane

Sam Moon Shopping Center • 17937 I-45 S. • 936-321-0200

Cycles TX

The Woodlands Waterway District • 1501 Lake Robbins Drive, Ste. 160 • 832-663-2631

This is not a comprehensive guide of fitness options, gyms and retail outlets offering fitness equipment in The Woodlands, Shenandoah or Oak Ridge North areas.

By Matt Stephens
Matt Stephens joined Community Impact Newspaper in December 2012. A Tomball native and a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Matt joined as a reporter for The Woodlands team before being promoted to help launch the Spring | Klein edition in spring of 2014 and later to North Houston managing editor in late 2015. He has served as managing editor to the Phoenix and Nashville papers since August 2020.


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