Denver’s fitness scene is thriving and new concepts are always popping up. But it’s rare for news of an upcoming opening to get us so fired up. Well, this time is different. There’s something about Body Alive that has us counting down the days until they arrive in the Mile High.
Eyeing a spring 2020 opening in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood, Body Alive offers a schedule of classes unlike any other studio. From yoga to Pilates and sculpt, you’ll never get bored. And if you’re looking to take your workouts to the next level, you’ve come to the right place. At Body Alive, every class is heated, with the temperature cranked to 102º with 40% humidity for a challenging sweat session.
And although their workouts are rooted in yoga, don’t expect a series of slow movements set to the sounds of gongs and chimes. Instead, get ready for a heart-pumping, high-intensity experience complete with upbeat music and motivational instructors empowering you to dig deep.
While their Hot Power Yoga class is the closest thing you’ll find to a traditional practice, they kick things up a notch with a series of strengthening, endurance-focused poses that will push you to your edge. If you’re more of a Pilates fan, they’ve got that, too, and with a range of core-targeting exercises, it’s no walk in the park.
If you’re looking for a workout that will test your mind and body, look no further than their Hot Body Challenge and Hot Body Sculpt classes. Both incorporate bootcamp-style, strength training moves that will get your whole body burning. Think squats, lunges, planks, and more, plus the occasional hand weight thrown into the mix. Trust us — you’re going to be sore for the next day (or two).
No need to feel intimidated. Their classes are perfect for all fitness levels and include plenty of modifications to help meet you where you’re at.
Add in their welcoming community and infectious energy, and we’ve got a feeling Body Alive is about to become your new favorite place to sweat it out with your friends.
Not only will Denver be the home of Body Alive’s only studio in the state, but it also marks their first location outside of the Ohio/Kentucky area. And since they’ll need some local talent to help them lead the charge, they’re already on the search for two full-time assistant studio managers to join the team.
While there’s still no word on an exact opening date for the Blake St. spot, keep an eye on their Instagram for pop-ups, updates, and opportunities to check out the space. Spring can’t come soon enough!
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