Disney Peloton Classes

Yesterday, I took one of my favorite Disney Peloton classes. Again. It was Jon Hosking’s 20-minute Outdoor Disney walk. I’ve been taking it nearly every morning because, frankly, the music just makes me smile. Also, Jon’s wittiness makes me laugh.

It’s not the first time I’ve taken one of Jon Hosking’s Disney walks. Nor is it the first time that I’ve taken a Disney-themed class. So, if I love and enjoy them, I thought you would, too. Trust me: the playlist in a Disney class on Peloton leaves you feeling like a kid at heart. Yeah, I know, that sounds cliche, but I dare you not to have one improve your mood.

What kind of Disney Peloton classes are there

As of right now there are 70-plus Disney themed classes on the Peloton platform. I know. I just counted. They are in a variety of disciplines ranging from barre to bodyweight strength to bootcamps on the Peloton Tread to yoga flows to those aforementioned walking classes.

Because Peloton is forever adding and deleting classes, there’s no reason for me to give you a specific rundown of classes. If I write this today, tomorrow it can all have changed. Also, when I first tackled this topic in 2023, Peloton wasn’t offering Disney classes in every discipline. Now they are. I think that Emma Lovewell and Cody Rigsby may have been the first to have Disney rides.

Today, you can take a legit Peloton Disney ride with Kendall Toole or Tunde Oyeneyin or a Peloton Disney run on the Tread with Becs Gentry or Rebecca Kennedy. There are also yoga flows with Aditi Shah and strength classes with Callie Gullickson.

Even the German-speaking instructors like Benny Adami in London teach Disney classes. Unfortunately, even though Peloton now has instructors who teach in Spanish, only one of the Disney classes I found from Camila Ramon or Mariana Fernandez was done in Spanish. And it was a ride connected to the movie “Encanto.”

Disney movies represented in classes

I thought it might be fun instead to give you a general grouping of which Disney movies are most represented in classes you can take on the platform. And note: these are the movies. Not Disney TV shows you might have watched on the The Disney Channel, such as “High School Musical” or “Hannah Montana,” or songs you might have heard in a theme park.

These are Disney soundtracks from straight up classic movies, both animated and live action. If you’ve never had the chance to learn the lyrics to these songs, be sure to turn on the subtitles so you can follow along. Some of them are throwbacks that I haven’t thought about or watched since my own daughters were really little. And a few? Well, I saw them in the movie theater myself as a child.

  • 101 Dalmatians
  • Brave
  • A Bug’s Life
  • Aladdin
  • The Aristocats
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Cinderella
  • Coco
  • Encanto
  • Finding Nemo
  • Frozen
  • Hercules
  • The Jungle Book
  • The Lion King
  • Mary Poppins
  • The Little Mermaid
  • Moana
  • Monsters, Inc.
  • Mulan
  • Pocahontas
  • Tarzan
  • Toy Story

I love that Peloton still has at least one of its Disney Villains classes available to take. These include two Disney rides I absolutely love. There is the one with Leanne Hainsby dressed up as Cruella de Vil from “101 Dalmations” and another ride with Sam Yo, in full Hollywood makeup, as Hades from “Hercules.” Other Disney villains they’ve highlighted in these classes include Gaston from “Beauty and the Beast” — he is especially good at expectorating — and Ursula, the Sea Witch, from “The Little Mermaid.”

How to find Disney classes on Peloton

A screenshot of a music streaming service's interface showcasing a variety of Disney Peloton workout videos featuring different instructors.
Searching for Disney classes on Peloton.
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The easiest way to find the various Peloton Disney classes is to use the Peloton search function. You can do this on the website or the hardware, by typing in the word “Disney.” You’ll get a mix of results using the term Disney. One, you’ll see tiles across the top letting you know different classifications of Disney music that the Peloton algorithm found in the system. Then, you’ll see thumbnails or screenshots from the actual Disney soundtrack rides, runs, flows and more.

The other way to search for Disney classes is to search for a specific Disney movie, as I did for “Encanto.” From the results below you can see two things. One, classes that have music from “Encanto.” And, two, any specific “Encanto”-themed classes.

A screenshot of a Disney digital fitness platform displaying various workout classes themed around the movie "Encanto.
Searching for Encanto classes on Peloton.

Peloton collections

I’m not a big fan of how Peloton organizes its Collections. On the website, you’ll find them under Workouts. On the app, you’ll tap the sideways triangle from the home screen, then you’ll see Collections across the top. Anyway, there’s no way to search Collections. You just have to scroll and scroll, which is annoying and I hate.

Anyway, if you do go through Collections, then you’ll find the Disney | Peloton one. As of this writing it says that 30-plus instructors are teaching Disney classes. And that there are 77 classes in the Collection. It offers a reverse, chronological order of Disney classes, including rides as recently as last month.

Disney Family classes

One of the neat ways that Peloton has used its access to the Disney music library is having it appear in Family Fit classes. Those are the ones that Jess Sims and Kristen McGee teach. Some are even specifically called Fun Family Fit Disney classes.

You know what’s super fun about these Disney classes? When the instructors quote from their favorites, such as sharing Princess and the Frog quotes or when Jon Hosking throws out quotes from Tarzan.

Disney hotels with Peloton bikes

I know it’s a bit of a stretch, but if you landed here because you were searching for hotels at Disney with Peloton bikes, I’ve added a new section to this article. The last time I was at Disney World with my daughters, we stayed in a VRBO. These days you can find VRBOs and AirBnBs in Orlando and Kissimmee with Pelotons in them.

However, if you’re looking for straight up hotels on or near the Disney property in Orlando or you’re traveling to Southern California and want to stay near Disneyland, here are the ones I suggest. These are links directly to hotel or booking sites so you can make a reservation. If you click through these links, I may receive a small commission. There is no cost to you for clicking; I just wanted to be upfront and honest.

Hotels near Disney World in Florida

For fun, since we’re talking about visiting Disney: here are abandoned Disney attractions from bygone days.

Hotels near Disneyland in California

There are three hotels in Anaheim, the same place as Disneyland, that I recommend. One is actually on the Disney property.

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