As the world slowly starts to open up again, there is a need more than ever for movement and community. Your unique teaching skills and voice can help so many people get back in touch with their bodies.  

The landscape of fitness has changed dramatically as many traditional gyms and studios are now closed. 

Whether you teach pilates, barre, yoga or fitness, get creative with your environment to bring more movement opportunities to people. 


Here’s a list of some creative places to consider holding your classes.  Have we missed anywhere? 



  • Hotels, Motels or Resorts
  • Coffee shops, Restaurant, Cafeteria 
  • Ski lodge
  • Brewery, Vineyard 
  • Farmers market


Community Centers

  • Libraries
  • Art galleries and museums
  • Workplace


  • Beach, park, forest 
  • Farms, Lakes, Pond
  • Arboretums
  • Animal Sanctuary, Animal Rescue, Zoo
  • Alpaca Farm
  • Goat Sanctuary 
  • Mountain top
  • Campgrounds
  • Rooftops
  • Trailside at 5k, 10k, Bike race, Marathon, Ultra, Charity walk



  • Private Gym
  • Backyard
  • Local Playground or Park
  • Family reunion


Medical Centers 

  • Hospital Courtyard
  • Hospitals or Treatment Centers
  • Senior homes
  • Hospital break rooms
  • Day Center for people with disabilities
  • Physical therapist office
  • Chiropractor office
  • Neurologist office
  • Retirement home
  • Hospice

Other Ideas

  • Chaplains Office
  • Church, Synagogue, Mosque
  • Bike shop, Runners Shop
  • Yacht club
  • Festivals 
  • Castle
  • Parking Lot
  • RV Lot
  • Cruise ship
  • Docks



  • Preschools/ Elementary schools/ High schools/ University
  • University patio/ grounds
  • Dance school
  • Martial Arts Studio
  • Rock Climbing Gym



  • Hey Marvelous
  • Zoom
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Youtube
  • Facebook
  • IG Live



  • Plan a retreat in a beautiful space, either local or travel to a lovely destination.

Get creative and keep going! Let’s move the world 🙂 

-Hannah & Christian


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