Local fitness instructor Angela Casola told the Denver Post that it is a great way to increase memberships and raise interest in different classes and activities.
The centers will offer classes like Insanity, Zumba and martial arts, as well as individualized workout training and wellness advice.
Scott Carpenter Pool in Boulder will be open to dogs until Sept. 27. Dogs can play fetch in the water for $5, as the pool closes its gates to human activities.
Falls and slips can be dangerous for adults over 65. The Boulder Community Health will host a fall prevention class Friday, Sept. 25.
It’s possible to avoid injuries from falls with some attention and preparation. Reservations are required for this class.