10 Most Instagram-Friendly Gyms In Hong Kong
- The Fighters ClubThe Fighters Club
- The Practice StudioThe Practice Studio
- Ozone FitnessOzone Fitness
- The Oriental SpaThe Oriental Spa
- Pure Yoga Pacific PlacePure Yoga Pacific Place
- 4ward Fitness4ward Fitness
- Grand Jeté Dance StudioGrand Jeté Dance Studio
- Kita YogaKita Yoga
Himalayan salt floors, eco-friendly interiors and FITMAT pool yoga are just some of the offerings these photogenic fitness havens have to offer
It’s no secret that we’re obsessed with Instagram. Whether we’re following Hong Kong’s top trainers, looking for the latest healthy eating trends or trying out new poses inspired by the city’s leading yogis, the social media app is our go-to source of #fitspiration.
To help you live your best #sweatlife, we round up 10 of the most Instagrammable gyms in Hong Kong:
The Fighters Club
Not your average sweaty boxing gym, The Fighters Club is a premium boxing and Muay Thai studio with a modern space featuring geometric interiors and minimalist marble bathrooms. Their one-on-one approach means that you’ll get full attention from your trainer and receive a tailor-made programme for the best results.
The sleek boxing ring may be a training ground for some serious sweat, but it also makes for a badass backdrop for the 'gram.
The Fighters Club, 3/F, Shiu Fung Building, 51-53 Johnston Road, Wan Chai;
26/F, Guangdong Tours Centre, 18 Pennington Street, Causeway Bay; +852 9835 6093; thefightersclub.com.hk
The Practice Studio
Best known for their Antigravity classes, The Practice Studio is an eco-friendly boutique yoga studio in Central, focusing on body alignment in all of the classes. With classes instructed in small groups, the studio creates a calming and welcoming space for you to practice different yoga poses—especially if you can hang upside down in a hammock.
The Practice Studio, 5/F, LKF29, 29 Wyndham Street Central; +852 9855 7693; thepracticegroup.com
Ozone Fitness takes post-workout recovery to another level, housing the only heated Himalayan pink salt brick floor in Hong Kong where you can sit, lay down or stretch. It's designed to help boost the immune system while reducing stress and fatigue.
It'll probably look like you're in space as the LED jellyfish aquarium lights up behind you, so don't be surprised when everyone starts asking where your Instagram post was taken.
Ozone Fitness, UG/F, Hang Tak Building, 1 Electric Street, Wan Chai; +852 3590 8500; ozone.fitness
The Oriental Spa
There’s no lack of Instagram opportunities at The Oriental Spa, a luxury wellness sanctuary featuring a high-tech fitness centre with yoga and Pilates studios offering a range of unique workout experiences, from FITMAT pool yoga to mindfulness classes—not to mention one-of-a-kind spa treatments with the space's traditional hammam, Moroccan rasul and Roman laconium for the ultimate pampering.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, The Landmark, 15 Queen's Road Central; +852 2132 0011; mandarinoriental.com
Located in the heart of Central, TOPFIT is a premium fitness studio featuring state-of-the-art equipment, friendly trainers and a slick training space. Some of the best spots for a post-workout selfie is in front of the studio's logo which can be found behind the reception, on the training floor, mirror and walls.
TOPFIT, 6/F. 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2877 9988; top-fit.com
Pure Yoga Pacific Place
Home to Pure’s most comprehensive offering of meditation, yoga and restorative classes, Pure Yoga Pacific Place has four yoga studios featuring inspiring artwork such as a 3D sculptural wall with delicate timber shades, a Yantra diagram mural and an enormous lotus flower mural.
The changing room and vanity salon are equally gorgeous, greeting you with rainforest showers, spin dryer, hair-straighteners, plush towels and all-natural toiletries—so you can be camera ready at any moment.
Pure Yoga Pacific Place, L1 Pacific Place 88 Queensway Road, Admiralty; +852 8129 2200; pure-yoga.com
Bringing the latest Korean fitness trends to Hong Kong, 4ward Fitness makes sure your workout doesn’t feel like a chore. As the first gym in Hong Kong to house a HOLOFIT functional training zone and a 4D interactive spinning studio, the classes are pumping with interactive lights, energetic music and theatrical visuals to stimulate all your senses (and your Instagram feed).
4ward Fitness, 2/F, MPM Plaza, 11 Nelson Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon; +852 2362 0508; 4wardfitness.com.hk
Grand Jeté Dance Studio
A fitness trend that took Bangkok by storm a few years ago, the bungee workout has finally arrived in Hong Kong via Grand Jeté Dance Studio, the city’s only bungee workout certified studio.
Incorporating a HIIT workout with bungee jumping and various dance styles, the bungee workout classes are fun, interactive and work almost every muscle in your body—not to mention the cool poses you can strike while in the air.
Grand Jeté Dance Studio, Unit 903, Port 33, 33 Tseuk Luk Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon; +852 9279 1231; grandjetedancecenter.com
The Megaformer may be one of the most challenging pieces of fitness equipment you’ll ever encounter, but the H-Kore workout will sure make you feel like you’ve earned every single like with your sweat.
Ask any of the H-Kore instructors to show you some killer moves to pose in for the ‘gram—even a simple lunge looks ten times cooler on the Megaformer.
H-Kore, 3/F, Emperor Commercial Centre, 39 Des Voeux Road, Central, +852 2441 9000;
Suite 1201, Dorset House, Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay, +852 3107 1144; h-kore.com
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Tucked away in a quiet corner of Sheung Wan, Kita Yoga is a cosy neighbourhood yoga studio with an intimate inviting space for vinyasa-based yoga classes.
Along with offering a range of classes that are guaranteed to feel restored and rejuvenated after the class, the chic and simple space is perfect for your grid. Think wooden floors, pastel coloured yoga matts and plenty of natural light.
1 U Lam Terrace, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, +852 9159 6190, kita-yoga.com
This article was originally published on May 28, 2019 and was updated on September 7, 2020.