DEFINE body & mind
will open its first Denver studio
in the city's LoHi neighborhood this summer.
The company specializes in balanced fitness, offering barre, cycling and yoga-infused classes. It's goal is to help people become their best mentally, physically and emotionally. DEFINE's complete exercise routine incorporates cardio, yoga and Pilates that everyone can do.
"After having been a client of DEFINE in Texas, I made the move to Denver to open my own studio and expand the concept in an already active market that was lacking an all-inclusive body and mind experience," says Mallory Martindale, owner of DEFINE LoHi. "I am beyond excited to join the community and introduce the DEFINE concept to the people of Denver and LoHi."
The 1,925-square-foot studio, which will be located at 2420 17th St., also offers its own line of foods and juices and has created a co-branded retail line by partnering with athletic apparel brands like Splits 59, Under Armour and DEFINE Your Inspiration.
Classes, which will be offered from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., include:
- DEFINE body: a balanced 60-minute class of strength and flexibility that incorporates Pilates, yoga, ballet and core strengthening to target all the major muscle groups
- DEFINE mind: a soothing class focused on gaining flexibility, refreshing the body and calming the mind.
- DEFINE revolution: a 45-minute indoor cycling class that incorporates the DEFINE body class onto the bike, combining the principles of isometrics with cardio-blasting cycling.
"Unlike a lot of gyms where clients keep to themselves, we offer and atmosphere that builds community among clients, where everyone can feel relaxed, energized and encouraged," Martindale says. "Our clientele reaches all demographics and ages, both male and female, who come to DEFINE for different reasons."
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