With spring officially upon us it is time to emerge from you winter tomb and join the world of outdoor exercising again. If you are anything like me once the snow melts I am eager to get outside for exercise, but often I find that the April and early May showers make it hard to enjoy. But like every year those showers will break and give way to late May when the temps and weather are a bit less variable. In the meantime don’t let the weather get the best of you. Dishing has a few options to help you bust the spring time mud season blues!
Whether you are a “west-banker” or not you need to check out the new Ski Barre Studio. Located near the Aspens Market, Ski Barre has a variety of Barre and dance classes to help keep you moving through the off season. So whether you are looking to sculpt, strengthen, shape or simply learn a new dance, the girls at Ski Barre have a class for you.
If you are feeling bummed because the roads are wet and the river too high, visit the amazing team of riders and rowers at Revolution Indoor Cycling. Beginner, intermediate or advanced let Revolution guide you through a great workout on either a bike or WaterRower. You have the ability to set your limits or leave everything out on the floor at every class. Leave feeling both energized and crushed and ready to take on the day.
For a more one on one whole body and mind experience check in with Stacy at Fisher Fitness. Fisher Fitness is a holistic wellness center based in Wilson, Wy. You will get a customized experience that will get you on a path to physical, mental and emotional wellness. Be sure to visit her website where you can sign up for online classes giving you the chance to take Stacy and your fitness on the road with you if you are planning to get away.
When all is said and done and you need a little re-fresh from the grind of the day and recuperation after your workout get a massage from Bliss Body Works. Reconnect and transform with a “Fix Me” massage and some energy work. Or you could go “float” at Healing Waters located in the Grove on Scott Lane. If you are new to “floating” it is a must do! The gravity free environment allows your body to shut down it’s senses while healing and balancing from within. In just 90 minutes you can leave having given yourself true peace and quiet, and allowed your body to rest, recoup and rejuvenate.
Be sure to check in at Core Pilates for their upcoming Acupuncture and Pilates Workshop. Discover how the combination of Pilates and Acupuncture can reduce or even eliminate your pain. It is a 4 week workshop this spring with Sarah Adams and Whitney Fessler.
Don’t let mud season and the weather stop you this spring – whether it is Barre, Pilates, Dance, Rowing or Floating Dishing has you covered.