Find your inner athlete at the culture of fitness!
At Body Balance we train real people! Whether you are a serious athlete, a weekend warrior, or you just want to make a change in your life. We have one requirement COMMITMENT! Commitment to get in shape, commitment to drop the weight, commitment to eat better, commitment to rehab your injury, etc. The best of intentions never got anybody from point a to point b; only when you make that commitment do you start to make changes.
Our approach is unique in that we use old ideas and new ideas, we are experienced, expert, creative, and inquisitive. We approach the body as a whole not as individuals components of that whole, since that is how you move. We work within your current fitness capacity and as your fitness improves, so does your program. Body Balance Health and Fitness is a place where people inspire themselves and others every day.
At Body Balance we have focus on 3 things, private training, group fitness, and restorative yoga. Our fitness professionals are the best in Boulder. You wont find a better group of people. Our culture and our club is unique. In 20 years at this business I have never seen such a attentive and professional group of individuals.
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Our yoga studio is focused on therapeutic and restorative yoga. We feel that there are enough workouts available including our boot camp classes and it is important to hit the reset button.
In restorative and therapeutic yoga, props are used for support the body so that you can hold poses for longer, allowing you to open your body through passive stretching. The postures are usually adapted from supine or seated yoga poses with the addition of blocks, bolsters, and blankets to eliminate unnecessary straining. For instance, a seated forward bend can be done with a bolster or several folded blankets on top of the legs so that your forward bend is fully supported with the entire torso resting on your props. Legs up on the wall is a classic restorative pose, with the wall used as a prop to support the legs.