We offer a wide variety of services so everyone can find the joy of movement!

We believe that everyone deserves community and connection. That’s why we offer so many different types of services, nearly all of them with flexible pricing. We’re excited to support your movement practice, and hope you find something here that fits your needs! If you need help deciding, please fill out our General Interest Form and a coach will get in touch to help out!

We offer:

Access to our services is managed through two separate systems. To access programming and member content, you can log in to this website. To manage sessions, classes, and gym access sessions (and payment for these services), you'll log into Pike 13. If you’re confused, a handy way to figure out which system you’ll use is asking, “Am I meeting with a coach from Strive & Uplift?” With very few exceptions, that means you’ll go through Pike13!

Classes & Gym Access

Join us at our locations around Seattle or on Zoom for group fitness classes or in Ballard for independent gym access time! We have a variety of class types so everyone can feel the joy of movement. We lift with barbells, kettlebells, and more, and we do bodyweight-based movement practices including Pilates and yoga. All of our class times are listed in Pacific time, but you’re welcome to join from another time zone! We use Pike13 to manage registration and payment for classes and gym access. Membership ranges from $55-175/month and single visits are $15-25.

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Coaching Sessions

We meet for coaching sessions at all our locations around Seattle, as well as on Zoom. Coaching sessions are managed through Pike13; your coach will tell you how to make an account if you need one and will schedule all your sessions. You’ll just need to sign waivers and pay for your sessions through Pike13.

Programming, Courses, and Challenges

All of these services are accessed through this website. All this content is virtual and mainly asynchronous, so you can join our community from anywhere in the world!

Flexible Pricing

We use our flexible pricing model to allow people to pay a range of prices – if your situation allows you to pay more, you can do so knowing that your support will go towards subsidizing others who have less means. Together, we can keep our services and expertise accessible!

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Determining what to Pay

You can use this chart to help decide what the right price is for you. Everyone’s financial situation is informed by the interactions between income, wealth, debt, and varying costs of basic living expenses. Consider where you fall in each of the categories presented to determine your overall financial position.

This chart is offered solely as a guide to help you decide the rate that’s best for you. It’s impossible to capture everything, which means you may have specific circumstances that aren’t reflected here. Ultimately, the choice is yours — we’re trying to lower barriers, not put more in your way!

Bottom Low Medium High Top
  • Unemployment without UI or disability
  • Employed marginally or in a criminalized sector (not by choice)
  • Unemployed with UI or disability
  • Underemployed compared to cost of living
  • Stably employed at around the median income, with ability to cover unpredicted expenses Stably employed above the median income, consistently have disposable income Stably employed well above the median income, consistently have plenty of disposable income
    Family of Origin Assets / Wealth
  • Family has no assets or debt is more than assets
  • No access to family
  • Family relies on me for help with basic living expenses
  • Family has some assets
  • I sometimes help my family of origin or chosen family with basic living expenses
  • Family has assets, like a house they are paying off
  • Family has many assets, like a paid-off house
  • I will inherit a house and/or a small amount of money
  • Family has many assets, like investments
  • I have or will inherit wealth
  • Someone else paid/pays my housing or down payment
  • Debt:Income Ratio My debt is from basic living expenses such as food, rent, utilities, healthcare, childcare My debt, including student loans or car loans, are more than my yearly income My debt, including student loans or car loans, is about the same amount as my yearly Less debt than yearly income No debt