The Georgetown Business Improvement District is celebrating summer in Georgetown with Sunset Fitness in the Park, a free series of outdoor fitness classes.

Starting June 7 through August 30, attend FREE outdoor fitness classes hosted by Georgetown yoga, barre and Pilates studios. The hour-long sessions begin at 6 p.m. in Georgetown Waterfront Park near the intersection of Potomac Street and K/Water Street. 

June 7 session presented by Down Dog Yoga
June 14 session presented by CorePower Yoga
June 21 session presented by barre3
June 28 session presented by Georgetown Yoga
July 5 session presented by Yoga Del Sol
July 12 session presented by Down Dog Yoga
July 19 session presented by barre3
July 26 session presented by CorePower Yoga
August 2 session presented by Fuel Body Lab
August 9 session presented by Georgetown Yoga

August 16 session presented by Down Dog Yoga
August 23 session presented by barre3
August 30 session presented by CorePower Yoga


Registration for each month will open up 2 weeks prior to the first class of the month. Registration is strongly suggested and each class is capped at 100 participants. Walk-in are welcome, space permitting. Please bring a yoga mat, and we'll provide you with bottled water and snacks.


Registration for August classes now open!  If classes are full, drop-ins are always welcome!



Georgetown's prime location along the Potomac River and at the convergence of national and city parkland and trails makes it one of D.C.’s top outdoor fitness and recreation destinations!


From numerous national parks and trails to its location on the Potomac River, Georgetown is home to an abundance of natural, outdoor recreational activities. May we suggest…

Pack a lunch or dinner and set up a healthy picnic in one of many neighborhood parks, including Georgetown Waterfront Park, with its 10 acres of green space along the Potomac. Other prime picnic spots include Montrose Park, Volta Park, or the courtyard of Old Stone House (3051 M St. NW).

Rent a bike from Big Wheel Bikes (1034 33rd St. NW). Tour the neighborhood on two wheels, or hop on some of the region’s best trails: the Capital Crescent Trail, C&O Canal Towpath, and Rock Creek Park Trail all converge in Georgetown.

Try paddleboarding. The Potomac River is a paddler’s paradise—get on the water on a kayak, canoe, or on a stand-up paddleboard. Get all the gear you need at Key Bridge Boathouse (3500 Water St. NW).

Conquer the Exorcist steps (3600 Prospect Street, NW). Make it your goal to run all 75 of ‘em.