Revive Colorado offers a dynamic variety of fitness classes for the ever changing landscape of the fitness world. While our core fitness curriculum is rooted in uplifting, high-energy Reformer Pilates classes, and various styles of yoga and meditation, we strive to include a diverse range of workouts geared towards training a balanced mind, body and spirit.
Do you want a workout that not only builds muscle, but leaves you energized, lengthened, and ready to make a change in your body and life? Welcome to Revive Colorado’s boutique Reformer Pilates! Our contagious energy and enthusiasm is infused into our classes, delivering soul-filled and inspired workouts that get you the results you need and want, while having a blast doing it! Our low-impact exercises on Pilates reformers shape and sculpt the body safely and efficiently in a small-group class setting, so you can expect to see results quickly. Form and alignment is emphasized. One-on-one attention is ensured.
We’re committed to making you the strongest, happiest and healthiest you!
Revive your mind, body, and soul with Revive Yoga. Our goal is to increase overall wellness with mindful and revitalizing movement. Revive Yoga is physically invigorating while honoring the moving meditation element of yoga with breath work. All Revive Yoga classes are unique, as each teacher will feature their own creative element. Modifications will be offered for beginner level students, while more advanced students can expect a healthy challenge.
Innovative core stability and booty focused circuit training. This class will not only get you chiseled in all the right places, but rewire the body to activate the core and hips correctly when we need strength for reasons other than looking good.
Self myofascial release/ massage techniques with a lacrosse ball and active stretching to facilitate muscle recovery, restore range of motion, heal damaged tissues and get to the root of chronic pain. Effective mobility work allows us to live free of pain and optimizes strength training. Bring your yoga mat and drop into deep breathing and calming the mind as we restore tissue function.
Tai Chi is an internal system of movements and positions dating back to the 12th Century in China. Originally developed as a martial art, today Tai Chi is popular as a form of moving meditation and exercise to develop both body and mind.
As exercise, Tai Chi builds the mind/body connection with a focus on relaxation, balance, joint health, correct alignment and smart body mechanics through slow, flowing movements and coordinated breathing.
As a meditation, Tai Chi focuses on fully experiencing and influencing the body's energy flow through movement or in stillness. This energy work is called qigong.
As a martial art, the Tai Chi artist stays in contact with the opponent, turning into his or her movements to disrupt attacks with an elegant economy of motion.
As a life philosophy, Tai Chi is rooted in Taoism and the concept of yin and yang. The goal is to live in harmony with nature, to function optimally as a human being - emotionally and psychologically; to be aware of natural energy and to utilize that energy to reach a high level of physical and spiritual well-being.