Village Fitness offers something for every "body" in new welcoming, renovated facility
The LiveStrong cycling studio is just one of the new exercise studios at Village Fitness. Spin classes are one of the most popular classes offered.
Article and photos by Amy Shanahan
It’s time to take a new look at Village Fitness. Whether you are new to the area, thinking about starting an exercise program, or if you haven’t been there in a while, Village Fitness is sure to impress.
Located in the Village Shops in Castle Pines, Village Fitness is not only convenient, it literally offers something for everyone of all ages and abilities. The club recently completed major renovations and is better than ever.
At the heart of the club is the welcoming, and non-intimidating environment. The staff is friendly and warm, and the instructors are top-notch with years of experience, positive attitudes, and a goal of helping everyone succeed.
The club caters to all ages and interests, and the variety of classes is testament to this. With more than 80 classes per week, group fitness classes include Zumba, Kickboxing, Body Pump, Step, Boot Camp, Yoga, Gentle Fitness and Stretch. Unlimited CrossFit is also offered at no additional charge. All levels of fitness are accommodated, while ensuring a great workout.
A new Pilates studio hosts reformers, where instructors offer private and group classes, and Pilates mat classes are also available. A brand new spin studio features 26 new LiveStrong bikes, and Village Fitness will be an exclusive host for future LiveStrong Foundation events in Colorado.
“We pride ourselves on going above and beyond – our staff really makes the difference,” remarked owner Steve Wright. “They are friendly and helpful and the environment is clean and inviting.”
Extensive renovations of the club include two new group exercise rooms, a new Pilates studio, new equipment and new paint and carpet. Village Fitness boasts 12 certified personal trainers who offer options for all ages and abilities. Free towel service and steam rooms and Jacuzzis in both the men’s and women’s locker rooms, as well as access to tanning beds – all an added bonus to membership. A supervised Kid’s Club is also on site.
“We put the customer first and work to personalize their experience. It keeps our members coming back,” commented Wright. Village Fitness would like to invite Castle Pines Connection readers and their families to a seven-day unlimited use pass. Contact Bret Snider, member services manager at 303-688-4949.
For further information, go to www.villagefitnessclub.com, or visit them on Facebook.