The November Project A free fitness movement that started in Boston as a way to stay in shape during cold New England winters.
OxSalon Offers small-group trainings to help you reach personal fitness goals.
Tilden Park Includes Lake Anza, a botanical garden, and 2,000 acres in the East Bay Regional Park District.
Bay Area Ridge Trail There are more than 350 miles of trail for hikers and cyclists.
Glen Park It has a recreation center, ball field, tennis courts, and a large urban canyon with dramatic rock formations.
Indian Rock Park This Berkeley park features a rock outcrop with carved steps and areas for rock climbing.
Castle Rock State Park Along the crest of the Santa Cruz Mountains, features coastal forests, steep canyons and rock formations. Popular with rock climbers.
Lyon Street Steps A stair-climbing experience, without the stair climber.
Golden Gate Park Perfect for trail running or tennis.
Mountain View Cemetery This 226-acre Oakland cemetery, designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, was suggested as a place for walking.
San Mateo Central Park San Mateo’s signature park with lighted tennis courts, a playground and a baseball field.
Oakland Urban Paths Hosting walking treks and sharing a community archive of Oakland’s paths and stairs.
Yoga and Tai-Chi
Yoga Tree Intro pass available offering three classes for $20.
Yoga to the People Donation-based yoga classes in San Francisco and Berkeley.
Yoga30.com Stream yoga classes on your computer, tablet, mobile phone, or television.
YogaGlo.com Streaming online yoga classes. $18 a month with free 15-day trial.
Esther Ekhart Teaches Hatha and Vinyasa yoga styles in online video tutorials.
Tai-Chi in San Mateo Central Park Held every Saturday. Follow the link for more Bay Area locations.
City Dance Studios Listener recommends jazz dance with Ann Barrett.
Project Floaters Dragon boating in Redwood City.
California Dragon Boat Association Dragon boating resources throughout the state.