Guests staying at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa can participate in new fun fitness classes.

Here’s a fresh and exciting way to start your vacation at the Disneyland Resort! For guests staying at any of the Disneyland Resort Hotels, Tenaya Stone Spa at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is presenting an exciting new menu of group exercise activities!

Many of these fitness courses take place in unique locations that you won’t find anywhere else in the world, such as the magnificent outdoors of Disney California Adventure park before it opens to the public, exhibiting a uniquely Disney experience.

Take a yoga session with magnificent views of Disney California Adventure, or unwind with guided meditation, stretch, get in shape at a park boot camp, take on an obstacle challenge on the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail, or paddleboard in the Fountain Pool at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa!

Meet Shinobu Tygi, the lead fitness teacher at Tenaya Stone Spa, who is here to tell us all about this amazing new training program!

Here are a few highlights from the more than a dozen 30- to 45-minute exercise courses offered by Tenaya Stone Spa and the fitness facility at Disney’s Grand California Hotel & Spa, which cater to a wide range of ability levels:

Aqua Yoga: Float in the Fountain Pool while doing yoga on a paddleboard. We encourage that you feel at ease in the water because you will almost certainly get wet!

Awakening Yoga: Start your day off right with a yoga practice on the hotel’s rooftop balcony, which overlooks Disney California Adventure. This session, which is appropriate for all levels, integrates several styles of yoga in order to promote mental awareness and get you ready for the day!

Boot Class in Disney California Adventure Park: This energetic, high-intensity boot camp will have you on the move before the park opens, doing push-ups, squats, and sit-ups while jogging around the park at a 12-minute per mile pace. This class is held prior to the park’s opening.

Don your favorite set of Disney ears and add a little Disney enchantment to this morning yoga session with Disney Ears Yoga!

Fascia Release: This session uses a fascia roller to assist release muscle tension and soreness, which could be beneficial before your next day at the parks!

Conquer exhilarating obstacles like crawling, jumping, climbing, and sprinting at Disney California Adventure Park’s Redwood Creek Challenge Trail attraction, and put your balance and strength to the test! This class is held prior to the park’s opening.

Power Walking Workout in Disney California Adventure Park: Before the park opens, go for a brisk walk and some active stretching across Disney California Adventure. For up to 2 miles, this class maintains a 15- to 18-minute per mile pace.

Sound Meditation: Use this guided meditation to calm your mind and enter a profound level of self-reflection.

Begin by stretching: Get ready for a fun-filled day at the parks! To help warm up your muscles, our teachers will lead you through mild stretches. This class is held prior to the park’s opening.

Guests staying at the Disneyland Resort Hotel can participate in group exercise programs for a charge. Reservations are required for all classes and can be booked online, over the phone, or in person at the spa.

You can also work out for free at any of the three Disneyland Resort Hotel fitness centers, which are also available at the Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. Strength machines such as advanced ellipticals, normal and recumbent bicycles, treadmills, and stair climbers are ideal for a cardio workout, while weight machines and free weights are also available if you want to pump some iron.

You might wish to reward yourself to a relaxing massage at Tenaya Stone Spa after joining one of these unique fitness programs or after a fantastic day in the parks. After a long day on the road, the Tenaya Signature Massage is a wonderful way to unwind. If you spend the day exploring the parks, your feet and legs may be in need of some TLC, so try the Mindful Traveler foot treatment, which is both calming and invigorating.

Which of the workouts do you want to attempt first?