Fitness Center of the Westin Riverfront in Colorado to Undergo $1 Million Expansion

 

(c) 2011 The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain

The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain in Colorado has announced a $1 million dollar expansion of its fitness center, now renamed the Athletic Club at The Westin. The Club will remain open throughout the renovations, which the resort expects to complete by December 2011.

Currently, the club features more than 27,000 square feet of wellness offerings, such as Spa Anjali, a full-service salon and a 25-yard saline-based outdoor lap pool. New enhancements will include a new Pilates Studio for group and private classes, a new Cycling Studio, and a larger Yoga Studio. Throughout the year the center will highlight workshops and teacher trainings in both Pilates and Yoga.

The renovation also includes a redesign of the 1,100 square foot Movement Studio. The new studio will feature new strength and conditioning programs, such as “suspension” training, power training and functional training class formats.  The Club will also continue to offer group exercise classes, including Zumba, Mat Pilates, Ballet Barre workouts and circuit training. Upgraded locker amenities will include a new steam room and additional shower facilities.

“We continue to strive to make the Athletic Club at The Westin the Vail Valley's premiere fitness and training facility,” said Gaye Steinke, general manager of the Athletic Club at The Westin.

This winter, the Athletic Club at The Westin will also offer unique programming, such as guided snowshoes, ski conditioning, RUN Westin, CycleFit and a Masters Swim Program. Also new this fall, Spa Anjali will offer cosmetic dermatology services with Dr. Steven Hacker, including Botox, Juvederm, TCA Peels, Latisse, Obagi, Vivite and Dermasweep.

Visit www.spaanjali.com, www.westinriverfrontbeavercreek.com, or call 1-866-949-1616

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