11 Convenient Fitness Options at the Beach
Stretch, lift, paddle or cycle.
Stacey Chandler//Photo by Sarah Decker
This fitness biz covers the gamut. Classes range from Zumba to yoga to indoor cycling to boot camp sessions.
First Street and Wilmington Ave., Rehoboth Beach · 226-0920
Instructors teach yoga, tai chi and qigong at multiple locations, including Rehoboth Beach at 7:30 on Sunday mornings in summer.
Owner Stacey Chandler is certified in Pilates, SUP (stand-up paddleboard) yoga and SUP. She teaches yoga on the land as well as on the board.
Pay by the day or buy a series of classes. Offerings focus on indoor cycling, strength training, interval training and toning.
37021 Rehoboth Ave Ext., Unit D, Rehoboth Beach · 725-7777
The cycling side of this business features 50-minute high-intensity cardio classes. Sea Barre offers Slow Barre, Barre-lates, Co-Ed Barre and Cardio Barre classes.
34410 Tenley Court, Lewes · 927-2800
Michelle Mazan Moore teaches at several locations in the southern beaches, including on the beach at Lighthouse Road beach in Fenwick Island.
The shady park has a workout circuit and a paved walking path—and it’s free.
Columbia Ave. and Grove St., Rehoboth Beach
Stacy LaMotta teaches yoga, Zumba and toning classes at various locations in the resort areas.
Zumba classes are held every Wednesday until Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. Yoga classes are at 8 a.m. on Sundays until Sept. 2
211 Front St., Lewes · 645-2795
One of the largest fitness centers at the beach, Rise blends the services of a traditional gym (cardio machines, free weights, plate-loaded equipment) with functional fitness features such as a climbing wall, bouldering wall, fitness rig and kettlebells.
35770 Airport Rd, Rehoboth Beach · 567-2112
Downward-facing dog is just more fun with a baby goat on your back!
2114 Ritter Lane, Harbeson · 542-1062