Resolution Road

A Vinyasa class at OM Yoga Studio in Union Square.Photo: Janna Coker
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403 E. 91st St., nr. First Ave.; 212-722-0076
Until January 31, yearly and monthly rates are reduced, but for serious workout buffs, the “New Year’s Resolution” package offers a one-year membership plus ten personal-training sessions for $1,750—a $450 discount.

Photo: Courtesy of Yoga High

Yoga High
19 Clinton St., nr. Houston St., Ste 205; 212-792-5776
This spacious Lower East Side yoga studio is offering $300 off its regular yearly unlimited rate of $1,500 for the month of January. New students can sign up for a two-month unlimited membership for $200 (regularly $370) or purchase a twenty-class card for $250 (regularly $285).

Photo: Courtesy of Sixth Street Pilates

Sixth Street Pilates
525 E. 6th St., nr. Ave. B; 212-677-5545
Sixth Street’s “Jump-Start” Pilates package includes four private sessions and eight mat classes for $350 (regularly $412), to be used anytime throughout the month.

Photo: Courtesy of David Barton Gym

David Barton Gym
Multiple locations
Throughout January, the Upper East Side location is taking $300 off the regular $500 enrollment fee. At the Chelsea gym, which includes 10,000 square feet of strength-training machines, steam rooms, and a hot yoga studio, the $250 enrollment fee is waived in January.

Photo: Courtesy of Bikram Yoga NYC

Bikram Yoga NYC
Multiple locations
The regular $1,575 yearly membership price is discounted to $1,350 in January and includes six guest passes, while new students can purchase a monthlong membership for $100 (regularly $180).

Photo: Courtesy of Levitate Yoga

Levitate Yoga
780 Eighth Ave., nr. 48th St., third fl.; 212-974-2288
Levitate’s deal provides monetary incentive for members to keep their New Year’s resolutions. Starting January 12, those who purchase a one-month unlimited membership ($175) and practice yoga at least five days a week for four weeks will receive a second month of unlimited classes for free.

Photo: Janna Coker

OM yoga
826 Broadway, nr. 12th St., sixth fl.; 212-254-9642
In honor of this Vinyasa-yoga studio’s eleventh birthday, OM is offering eleven classes for $111 during the month of January, as well as 20 percent off all apparel in the OM boutique.

Photo: Courtesy of Ludlow Fitness

Ludlow Fitness
100 Delancey St., at Ludlow St.; 212-260-9222
This Lower East Side gym is waiving the usual $99 initiation fee for a yearly membership in January. The membership itself—which includes unlimited classes like spinning and kickboxing—is also reduced $50 and includes two free bonus months.

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Bikram Yoga Lower East Side
172 Allen St., nr. Stanton St., second fl.; 212-353-8859
From January 1 though 28, a yearly membership at this hipster-favorite Bikram studio is marked down from $1,400 to $1,199.

Photo: Courtesy of New York Yoga

New York Yoga
Multiple locations
New York Yoga owns one Vinyasa studio and one hot yoga studio, heated to 105 degrees. Those who purchase a one-year paid-in-full membership at either location for $1,495 will get one month free, plus no initiation fee and a 10 percent discount on clothing and gear at the New York Yoga boutique. Both studios are also offering a “Recession Buster” deal of four months of unlimited classes for $499.

Photo: Courtesy of Yoga People

BROOKLYN Yoga People
160 Montague St., nr. Clinton St., second fl., Brooklyn Heights; 718-522-9642
This cozy Jivamukti-yoga studio is offering a one-month unlimited-class card to new students for $99 (regularly $175). For more devout practitioners, a one-year unlimited membership is $999, marked down from $1,500.

Photo: Courtesy of Brooklyn Fitness Collective

Brooklyn Fitness Collective
Multiple locations
This trio of Brooklyn gyms subscribes to a pay-as-you-go philosophy rather than annual memberships. Through January 31, the chain’s offering its “1-2-3” package (one nutritional consultation, two group classes, and three personal-training sessions) for $150 (regularly $310).

Photo: Courtesy of Harbor Fitness

Harbor Fitness
Multiple locations
This Brooklyn-based pair of 24-hour gyms is extending its holiday discount: Receive a one-year membership for $599 (regularly $675).

Photo: Courtesy of Pilates Co-op

Pilates Co-Op
367 St. Mark’s Ave., nr. Grand Ave., Prospect Heights; 718-638-0538
This intimate Prospect Heights Pilates studio is offering a “Co-op JumpStart” program for $340 (regularly $400), which includes one private session and 15 percent off one group class per week for five consecutive weeks.

Photo: Courtesy of 5th Avenue Gym

5th Avenue Gym
555 Fifth Ave., nr. 15th St., Park Slope; 718-768-5590
Focus on building muscle at this dumbbell-packed gym where until February 1, a quarterly membership is $99 (regularly $120) and a yearly membership is $299 (regularly $400). Can’t commit? The gym also offers a daily rate of $5.

Photo: Courtesy of Area Yoga

Area Yoga
320 Court St., nr. Sackett St., Carroll Gardens; 718-797-3699
In January, a monthlong membership for new yoga students offers unlimited classes for $99 (regularly $160). Three-month unlimited memberships are discounted to $300 (regularly $460), and yearly unlimited memberships are $900 (regularly $1,600).

Photo: Courtesy of City View Gyms

QUEENS CityView Racquet Club
43-34 32nd Pl., nr. Northern Blvd., Long Island City; 718-698-3664
In January, this 80,000-square-foot rooftop center for tennis and squash enthusiasts is offering $500 off the regular $1,500 initiation fee, along with five free 60-minute personal-training sessions to be used anytime throughout the year.

Photo: Courtesy of Crunch Gym

For the month of January, the initiation fee at this neon-hued fitness chain is half off, and the monthly dues are lowered as low as $69. Crunch also has a deal on personal-training sessions, offering five 30-minute workouts for $149 (one hour-long session usually ranges from $72 to $130).

Photo: Courtesy of Gold's Gym

Gold’s Gym
Gold’s has locations in Midtown West, the financial district, and Brooklyn Heights, with varying New Year’s discounts available at each. In midtown, for example, a one-year membership is marked down to $849 (from $1,149), while at the Brooklyn Heights gym, if you sign up for a one-year membership with a friend, you’ll each pay $483 (regularly $757 to $800 per membership).

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