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When it comes to achieving their health + wellness goals, Sierra Fitness members aim to be fit.
Being fit requires focus.
Working out in a community that feels like family is a plus.
Sierra Fitness members are always in motion.
Elliptically speaking, Sierra Fitness offers many.
Many members pursue their own personal fitness agenda.
Floor stretches are an excellent way to begin or end a workout.
Treading with gym 'friends' (combined with the best view ever) makes time go fast.
Second floor activities are plentiful.
The Front Desk is where members are greeted cheerfully. And where questions are answered or concerns addressed.
Supplements, waters, healthy snacks, Kombucha and more are available in the Lobby.
There are loads of gym workout 'toys' from which to choose.
Too heavy for some; not heavy enough for others!
Heavy duty support tools for the super-dedicated first floor members.
These Rogue weights aren't as playful when implemented as they appear.
At whatever fitness level you weigh in, members find their comfort zone.
Sierra Fitness reminds members where they are...wherever in the gym they are!
Sierra Fitness is located in upscale Ventana Plaza, on the Southwest corner of Kolb at Territory.
Sierra Fitness shares a prestigious address with in-demand neighborhood restaurants, boutique retail shops and services...even a wine tasting room!
Day or night, this is the place in Tucson to satisfy your fitness goals.
From dawn (or before) to dusk (or after), this premier foothills location is a perfect fitness fit.
In the light of day, this is what we look like.
Many of our early rising members visit as the light of day hits the building.
Members who follow a more traditional work schedule find working out following work or into the evening preferable.
Group Exercise Classes
Steps and barbells. Hmmm...looks like fun!
Workout fads come and go, but no other form of exercise is as enduring as yoga.
Did someone say "downward facing dog'?
Yoga classes do more than burn calories and tone muscles. They are a total mind-body workout that combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation.
Designed for people of all fitness abilities, ages, sizes and nationalities, Zumba classes boost heart health. Literally Zumba is for "Everybody and every body!"
Whoever said "Never let 'em see you sweat," hasn't ever participated in a Sierra Fitness Spin Class!
Sierra Fitness barre classes will help build and strengthen your muscles, improve your core strength and posture and give your body a lean and toned look.
Barre classes mix elements of Pilates, dance, yoga and functional training with moves choreographed to motivating music.
Pilates Mat class in action; Instructor Mark at the helm.
Instructor Mark demonstrates a Pilates Mat class move; participants mimic.
Body sculpting sometimes calls for quieter moments of purposeful breathing.
It's hard to capture a static moment during a boot camp class; but here's one!
Boot camp - circuit style!
There's nothing like a solid Pilates Reformer class.
The sometimes tricky thing about a Pilates Reformer class is often the dismount that follows!
Why are these spinners smiling? They spinning at Sierra Fitness, of course.
Heather leads a TRX class; kettleball in hand.
Proper breathing, stretching, balance...it's all part of this colorful ball-related exercise.
A Swedish massage is a very relaxing and therapeutic style of bodywork combing oils or lotion with an array of strokes such as rolling, kneading, and percussion to help improve the body's circulation.
This Deep Tissue targeted, highly effective method uses some oil or lotion to release chronic stress areas due to misalignment, repetitive motions and past lingering injuries.
Thai therapy is a clothed massage incorporates Hatha Yoga and acupressure to increase energy and relieve stress. The Northern style is also called "Yoga for Lazy People".
Sports Massage enhances performance and prolongs a sports career by helping prevent injury, reduce pain and swelling, relax the mind, increase flexibility and improve recovery rates.
Using no oil or lotion, this targeted Myofascial massage focuses on the fascia (a membrane surrounding muscles) and problem areas to decrease pain, increase range of motion, improve flexibility, breakup and decrease adhesions and realign muscle fibers.
This deep Neuromuscular massage focuses on fingers used to knead individual muscles, increase blood flow and release "trigger points."
Craniosacral therapy is intended to restore the natural position and alignment of bones and joints in the head, neck and sacrum to alleviate pain.
Our peaceful and mindful dedicated space is ideal for all available Wellness and Specialty massage services.
Sierra Fitness trainers actively engage with clients during time together, offer appropriate cuing and provide constructive feedback.
Our trainers provide instruction in proper exercise techniques, understanding of bio-mechanics.
Occasionally both trainer and client need to lighten up a bit!
Our personal trainers are certified by reputable organizations, are experienced in the training process and understand what to expect from their clients.
Our trainers make time to assess a prospective client's initial needs, strengths, weaknesses.
Trainers will develop a plan/program to work toward specific, measurable goals in a specific time frame, which are relevant and achievable for their clients.
Nothing is better than one-on-one personal training. And it can be fun, too!
Anndrea, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Carmen, MFN, RDN, Nutrition Consultant
Celia, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Chris, Personal Trainer
Christina, Personal Trainer
Colton, Front Desk
Dave, Personal Trainer
David, Massage Therapist
Don, Personal Trainer
Elise, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Galvin, Personal Trainer
Guy, Personal Trainer
Heather, Personal Trainer
Janet, Front Desk
Jordan, Front Desk
Karla, Manager of Group Fitness
Mark, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Michele, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Midji, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Nathanael, Massage Therapist
Rhina, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Renee, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Robert, Massage Therapist
Sharon, Front Desk
Shaun, Personal Trainer
Susie, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Tina, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Tovah, Group Exercise Class Instructor
Zak, Front Desk