The Austin Fencers Club of Austin, Texas is a non-profit organization dedicated, since 1992, to teaching and promoting the sport of fencing. Coached by Maître Eric Mallet, the club meets at the Red River Church on Red River St.
Austin Kula Yoga serves the Austin community by providing a fun, welcoming space for the practice of yoga.
Austin’s Online Link directory
This unique facility is located in Central Austin with easy access from all areas of town. The facility can accomodate 4 competition courts or 6 practice courts and is equipped with state of the art volleyball training equipment.
One of the best resources in Austin for soccer. They have teams and camps for players four and up. They are completely run by volunteers and have both recreational and competitive teams.
A great store for fashionable and comfortable women’s workout clothes, shoes, and gear. They have great service and a wonderful selection of products for all sizes. Mothers shopping in our store often just run down the street to see their store also.
A great web resource for Austin area parents. It was started by two Austin moms and provides the most comprehensive and up to date online information for local extracurricular programs, private instructors/schools, camps, and events.
Champions Academy Austin provides the best possible athletic instruction in a fun, safe environment while cultivating mentally and physically stronger, healthier and happier individuals.
CoreFit is designed to incorporate all dynamics of cardiovascular and strength training exercises in every workout.
Jeremy Thiel and his sister Carey Kepler are two of the best trainers in Austin. They specialize in Cross Fit training. CrossFit Central is a company that utilizes the national CrossFit philosophy in every training program offered.
Dr. Cassidy and his staff specialize in the treatment of all foot and ankle disorders. Dr. Cassidy ahs a special interest in sports medicine, but also does general podiatry, diabetic wound care, and custom orthotics.
Owner Tammy Harbison is the best maker of custom orthotics we have ever met. She really listens to your problem and fixes the problem so your whole body is back in alignment.
Gayle is quickly rising as one of Austin’s most sought after photographers. She brings a timeless, magazine-style quality to her photographic work.
Heart House Austin is a free afterschool program dedicated to providing a safe haven and academic support to low-income children and encouraging them to become good citizens.
i9 Sports is the first and fastest growing franchise of youth sports leagues, camps, and programs in the United States.
Our Philosophy is to focus our attention on each rider and there individual needs when it comes to obtaining a more comfortable, powerful, efficient, and aerodynamic position.
The Jewish Community Association of Austin (JCAA) supports an innovative community where Jewish living and learning can thrive.
This site was created by parents for parents in an effort to make yours and your kids’ lives a little easier and maybe a little less expensive — kids eat free promotions in Austin and surrounding areas is a great place to start.
a website started by a local mom dedicated to finding ways for kids to participate in charitable work here in Austin. You can go to the website to find out ways for you, your little ones, or your whole family to volunteer together.
Matt Lankes did all of the professional phtos on this site. He has done us a great favor becuase he is really a much better and more artistic photographer than a play date at Austin High requires. Check out his site to see more of his awesome photos.
Maintaining good health is a team effort. What Moves U is a national youth program that will promote physical fitness and good health to an increasingly inactive generation of children.
Pure Austin provides a great workout environment for Austin locals. It is owned by Austinites and it’s not the usual corporate exercise facility. It inspires any member to get a great workout!
Regardless of the type of athlete you are, you deserve shoes that fit perfectly and suit your body type, gait, and activity.
RunTex is Austin’s runners’ store with everything you need to hit the trails around Town Lake or the streets in your neighborhood. RunTex is the major reason Austin is such a fit town.
Your source for all things lacrosse.
Tatum is another personal train in town specializing in mothers and their kids. She also has great programs for pre- and post-natal workouts. Go to her website to see more info about the programs she offers!
Texas Round-Up’s mission is to improve the health of Texas through education and promotion of physical activity and healthy living.
A local group that encourages people of all sizes, shapes, and ages to get out and exercise. Their focus is on triathlons but they really just want people to stay active. They recently added a junior team so check out their website.
The Wahoo’s story begins in 1988, when the three Wahoo’s brothers, Wing, Ed and Mingo, combined their love of surf and food to create a restaurant with an eclectic Mexican/Brazilian/Asian menu and a Hawaiian north-shore vibe.
The West Austin Youth Association (WAYA) is a privately funded, non-profit organization that was founded in 1981 to provide recreational opportunities for the youth of Austin.
Whole Earth is also a locally-owned company that carries a wide range of outdoor supplies, clothes, shoes, gifts, books, and more. Located a few minutes from our store, we often refer our adult customers to them for outfitting themselves.
The purpose of the YMCA of Austin is to enhance the lives of men, women, boys and girls in the Austin community, regardless of race, creed, age, economic circumstances and physical or mental abilities.