Glo Sun Spa keeps a slew of modern bronzing, polishing, and hydrating technologies in peak condition. With a variety of tanning beds, Glo Sun Spa provides a wide range of sun-kissed glows. Alternatively, sunless VersaSpa and Pura Sunless systems provide a tan away from the sun's rays. The hydration station combines Hydrofusion with steam and LED technology to moisturize and tan epidermises, and the Lumiere Excel system features a series of repairing, clearing, and firming regimens. Glo Sun Spa also stocks a full line of lavish skincare products from brands such as Devoted Creations.
The staff at Colorado Sports and Fitness includes doctors, trainers, therapists, and nutrition specialists. These professionals offer a variety of fitness and health services, including personal training and nutrition supplementation. They also lead "Crush 20" group fitness classes, which, like the television show made about each person's life, condense everything important into 20-minute sessions.
The coaches at CrossFit 6th Avenue are living proof that a WOD—Workout of the Day—can benefit everyone, regardless of individual exercisers' fitness goals. That's because CrossFit's exercises are scalable by intensity, not by form. Students of all experience levels can perform CrossFit weight lifts and cardio drills, and the shared workout can lead to a strong sense of camaraderie.
CrossFit Lakewood has been in the business of transforming lives since 2009. A Level 2 owner leads a committed crew of coaches who operate out of a 8,000-square-foot facility in the heart of Lakewood. The staff strives for a common goal: to help others realize their fitness potential. To that end, coaches train clients using CrossFit methodology, which involves functional movements at a high intensity performed in a fun, dynamic group setting. The Workout of the Day?the ever-changing regimen around which CrossFit's program revolves?employs cardio exercises, body weighted movements, and resistance training. Equipment ranges from kettle bells, medicine balls, and dumbbells to ropes, rowers, barbells, and more.
Visitors to Blue Moon Yoga might imagine that they've stumbled into a piece of history. With a location at the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design Rotunda Building, a historic rotunda building, Carrie Sonneborn uses the cozy environs reflect her overall mission to foster a peaceful, welcoming escape from the stresses of everyday life—which is also championed in her yoga classes. She specializes in Iyengar-inspired yoga, a gentle practice that consists of standing postures and emphasizes a custom proper alignment pose for each student, as well as pranayama, or deep breathing, and relaxation. An avid yoga practitioner for more than two decades, she touts her own health as proof of yoga's benefits. "Yoga and massage are like my fountain of youth,” she says. “I'm more flexible and, in some ways, better shape than I was in my 20s—I'm obviously a convert."
To make yoga accessible to students of all experience levels, Carrie recruits props such as blankets, straps, blocks, and bolsters. She limits her classes to 12 students so that she can personally attend to each one, carefully monitoring their form and offering physical adjustments when needed. The poses in her classes are adapted for each student, so beginners practice the basic form of the pose alongside more experienced pupils, then move into a more advanced version of the same pose.
Eager to provide marital-arts expertise and fitness know-how, Peak Training Center offers instruction and conditioning to people of all ages and skill levels. Four coaches and specialized instructors help aspiring MMA fighters step up their games and show regular exercisers efficient methods of getting in shape. The staff teaches Brazilian Jiu-jitsu—the world's premier form of grappling—as well as kickboxing, muay thai, and mixed martial arts. They also build cardio endurance in athletes by turning to dance, with classes such as Zumba and hot hula. They lead yoga sessions to promote flexibility and Pilates classes to build strong cores, a necessary step before athletes can throw solid punches or stun opponents by exposing their six-packs.