5 Ways to Get Your Workout on In Santa Clara During the 2018 CPTA Annual Conference

We can’t wait for the upcoming 2018 CPTA Annual Conference in beautiful Santa Clara, CA. In a few short weeks, we’ll join 1,100+ physical therapy professionals in enjoying all the event has to offer. However, if you’re anything like us, you know that a workout routine can’t stop just because you’re attending a conference. That’s why we’ve combed through local Santa Clara workout options in the area that get you out of your hotel and out ‘n about with the locals.

Whether your workout routine calls for a hike in a nature preserve or a day at the country club, we’ve got you covered. Take a peek at our top 5 suggestions below for sweating it out in Cali.

For the PTs That Want To Break a Sweat Outdoors

Rancho San Antonio

2500 Cristo Rey Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014

With over 4,000 acres this preserve has a lot to offer, including hiking and biking trails.  You can take in the beautiful scenery on a variety of trails throughout the preserve, which features a wide range of difficulty.  Make sure to pack some sunscreen and lots of water to stay hydrated.  Before you leave the preserve, take a moment to enjoy the working farm and model airplanes that are in flight.

Cost: FREE

For the PTs That Have Mastered the Stairs

George F. Haines International Swim Center

2625 Patricia Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95051 (behind Central Park Library on Homestead Road)

Climb the stairs poolside at the George F. Haines International Swim Center.  Situated inside of the 52 acre Central Park, this location gives you access to both stairs and a quick way to cool down post run.  You never know who you’ll see, as many world-class and Olympic swimmers, divers, and synchronized swimmers call this center “home”.

Cost: $6 (includes access to the pool)


For the PTs That Prefer the Club

Bay Club

3250 Central Expressway, Santa Clara, CA 95051

…the country club that is!  On top of their high-end fitness center, The Bay Club features group exercise classes, aquatics, squash, and tennis. Also, don’t forget to take advantage of their resort-style amenities during your visit, including onsite retail and massage services.

Cost: 3 Day Pass Available for A Fee


For the PTs That Love to Get Their Yoga On

Yoga Source

16185 Los Gatos Blvd., Los Gatos, CA 95032

Voted “Best Yoga Studio in Silicon Valley” since 2002, Yoga Source won’t disappoint.  They offer 4 types of programs to suit each individual yogi’s needs: Gentle, Flow, Hot and Cycle.   Check out their website to find the class that’s right for you.

Cost: $24 per class

For the PTs That Are Vertical Adventurers

The Studio

396 South 1st Street, San Jose, CA 95113

Boasting 3,000 square feet of bouldering, a 40-foot high wall, over 120 routes, and 11,000 square feet of climbing terrain The Studio is one of San Jose’s top indoor climbing facilities.  If you want to take a break from the wall you’re in luck, there is a calendar full of on-site fitness classes for you to choose from as well.

Cost: $25 Day Pass


We look forward to attending this year’s conference and to meeting everyone there. Be sure to stop by Booth #212 to say hi and learn more about the advantages of EcoPro Pillow Covers. Plus, take advantage of our special pricing opportunities available only during the 2018 CPTA Annual Conference

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Brook Phillips