The two-room studio hosts yoga, boot camp, spin, and something called Shred and Tread. But the real reason to get off your butt is the twice-a-week dance cardio class, an hour-long sweat session of toning work and memory-free movements to kick off your Wednesday and Saturday mornings.
The dance studio offers fitness (Zumba, jazz, hip-hop) and competitive classes (rumba, foxtrot, waltz), as well as individual and group sessions. Styles range from swing, jive, two-step, and salsa to the sultry rumba and Argentine tango.
Studio 22: a Ballroom & Social Dance Club, 14902 Preston Road, suite 400 (972-490-0022 or studio22dallas.com).
Equinox Highland Park, 4023 Oak Lawn Avenue (214-443-9009 or equinox.com); Equinox Preston Hollow, 8611 Hillcrest Road (214-265-5512 or equinox.com).
The Asian art museum celebrates holistic philosophies of Eastern culture. A membership ($125 per year for two) entitles you to weekly yoga, tai chi, and meditation sessions. Score free lectures and discounts at The Lotus Shop.
The Crow Collection Wellness Program, 2010 Flora Street (214-979-6430 or crowcollection.org).
A tried-and-true yoga chain with locations from Uptown to Frisco. Expect professional trainers and several variations on the centuries-old workout (for a challenging sweat session, opt for the stamina-testing Metal series).