Gym Spotlight: Me Fitness Studios

Me Fitness’s incredible array of classes, studios, and amenities make it one of the best fitness deals in town.

By Tuck Woodstock September 28, 2015

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If you’ve ever been stuck at the traffic light at NE MLK & Alberta, you might have noticed a few sweaty faces peering down from a second-floor window. These are members of Me Fitness Studio, a friendly neighborhood gym with the amenities of an exclusive athletic club.

Walk past a vending machine stocked with healthy snacks—think roasted chickpeas and coconut water—to find the front desk. (Members use cards to swipe in 24/7 when the desk isn’t staffed.) Past the desk, you’ll find yoga studios, gravity machines, and a massage studio, as well as complimentary tea and a tiny retail store. Upstairs awaits the bulk of Me Fitness’s offerings, including cardio machines, free weights, kettle bells, TRX bands, and a 20-bike spin studio. Changing rooms, which include lockers and showers, are slated to be expanded and "spruced up" in the near future—although they're far from shabby at present. The studio even offers on-site physical therapy, nutrition counseling, and bodywork. 


With more than 60 classes each week, there’s plenty here for every body. Along with the standard slate of yoga, spin, weights, and pilates, Me Fitness features a number of exclusive, dynamic classes worthy of a cross-city commute.

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Fusion Classes: If pedaling or powerlifting for an hour sounds monotonous, mix up your workout with an engaging one-hour combo class:

  • Flex & Flexibility: 30 min. of circuit training + 30 min. of yoga
  • Shred & Spin: alternating 10-15 min. of spin with 5-10 min. of circuit
  • X-Cycling: 30 min. of cycling + 30 min. of circuit training

30-Minute Blasts: Don’t have an hour to spare? Drop in for a half-hour “blast” of TRX, cycling or core work. 

Booty Luv: Shake your booty with a combination of yoga, pilates, kickboxing, functional training and even twerking at this immensely popular, female-focused class.

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Refresh & Release: Awaken the body with an Ayurvedic joint-release series, followed by gentle yoga and breathing exercises.

Circuit: Stay strong with kettlebells, bands and body weight exercises in classes like XreME TRX Intervals, Super Circuit, and TRX Circuit Training. (Special low-impact classes are offered for seniors.)

Yoga: Equipped with infrared heat and plenty of props, two studios host a wide range of yoga styles, from relaxing yin yoga and moon salutations to weighted sculpt classes and heated vinyasa flow. Never done a downward dog? Start with a gentle flow or basic foundations class.

And more: From tai chi and meditation to Zumba and HIIT, there’s even more ways to get your daily dose of fitness.

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  • Basic membership: $45/month (includes 30+ classes per week)
  • Unlimited membership: $65/month (includes 60+ classes per week)
  • Senior membership (62+): $25/month basic, $49/month unlimited
  • All-access class pass: 1 class for $15, 5 for $55, 10 for $95 or 20 for $170

All memberships include 24-hour fitness center access and a free fitness consultation with a personal trainer. Want to take a test run? Portland residents can sign up for a free 3-day trial with unlimited classes.


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Tula Bakery shares a lobby with Me Fitness, making it simple to swing by for hot coffee and a post-workout pastry without even leaving the building. Refuel with lemon ricotta muffins, chocolate coffee cake, curry vegetable hand pies, and grilled paninis, all guaranteed gluten-free and clearly labeled with other allergens like dairy, eggs and nuts.

ME Fitness Studios
4943 NE MLK Blvd

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