Health & Fitness Guide 2014

24 Hour Fitness


10860 Kuykendahl Road • 281-292-2831
1800 Lake Woodlands Drive • 281-298-2428
www.24hourfitness.com

Anytime Fitness


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

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
281-974-0455
www.texasbootcampllc.com

Villa Sport


4141 Technology Forest Blvd. • 832-585-0822
www.villasport.com

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
www.crossfittowncenter.com

F.I.T. Human Performance


27240 Glen Loch Drive • 832-813-8010

Lifestyle Fitness Center


9110 Forest Crossing Drive • 281-292-4883
www.lifestylefitnesscenter.com

Oasis Club and Spa for Women


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

YMCA


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
www.ymca.org

Fitness Connection


129 Sawdust Road • 281-296-9500

Pure Barre


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

Rydenow Cycling


8000 McBeth Way • 713-515-0630
www.rydenowcycling.com

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
www.breathepilatesstudio.net

Woodlands Pilates


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

Pilates Place of The Woodlands


30420 FM 2978 • 281-419-3131
www.pilatesplaceofthewoodlands.com

The Woodlands Yoga Studio


25126 Grogan’s Park Drive • 936-271-1485
www.thewoodlandsyogastudio.com

Express Hot Yoga


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

Healthy Life Unlimited


Grogan’s Mill Village Center • 2230 Buckthorne Place • 832-515-1581
www.healthylifeunlimited.com

Studio A Pilates


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

Define Body and Mind


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

The Yoga Studio of The Woodlands


26603 Oak Ridge Drive • 281-364-8934
www.yogastudioofthewoodlands.com

Bikeland


19189 I-45 S., Ste. B • 281-362-9253
www.bikelandusa.com

Bike Resource


Cochrans’ Crossing Village Center • 4747 Research Forest Drive • 281-367-9495
www.bikeresourcetexas.com

Bike Lane


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

Cycles TX


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

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.



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