My Denver ClassPass Adventure

A few weekends ago, I made my way out to Denver to visit a few friends of mine. Both girls are in my wedding so it was fun to catch up with them and have girl time. While I was out there, I naturally took advantage of my ClassPass Flex and scouted some local studios. Denver is such a fun city–the people are active and feel so alive.


Friday morning we got up bright and early and headed downtown. We explored Union Station and had lunch at Protein Bar. I got the Buffalo Bowl & a Kombucha. I can see why the concept is such a huge hit. The food was good, healthy and fast. My only complaint is that my portion was super tiny and I’m a hungry girl.

union station

After lunch we cruised over to a local art fair and shopped around. I bought a few crystals from a vendor that are now in some of my succulent pots at home. I have a thing for amethyst.


The first thing on my fitness agenda was Fierce45. I talked to all my Denver buddies and asked some of the CP Ambassadors and it was unanimous that this was THE place for us to go for boutique fitness.

fierce45 2

Fierce45 is a 45 minute small group fitness studio with 10 MegaFormer machines offering full-body workouts via the Lagree Fitness Method. This workout incorporates slow and controlled movements, continuous tension, quick transitions and is super low impact. Much like how I feel at Body Lab, the class was tough! The only difference is the MegaFormer they use is smaller than at Body Lab.

Fierce45 1

The studio itself is super cute. They had tons of merchandise for sale (I may have bought some leggings!) and they sold Boxed Water, which was a fun touch. The room itself was coated with chalkboard paint so that clients could write fun motivational messages on the wall.

fierce 45 3

The key with MegaFormer is repetition. I don’t go often so when I do, I usually look like a huge wimp. The workout can be heavy on the legs and my tight runner legs stumble through this workout every time.

fierce45 wall

I finished my evening with friends at Avanti–a super cool new(ish) food mall that overlooks downtown Denver.


We got up early and headed over to Stowaway Coffee & Kitchen, the Aussie inspired breakfast joint. It was so cute and extra delicious. I got the Welcome to Colorful Colorado dish without ham.

Stowaway breakfast

Stowaway coffee

Post brunch we headed to the mountains to get in a good hike. We stopped near Jones Pass to hike Hassle Lake. This hike wasn’t too difficult and had amazing views (even a few waterfalls), just make sure and bring bug spray. It got brutal.

Jones Pass Hike

We ended the night at a Block Party and enjoyed a potluck BBQ.


Sunday morning I got up early and explored RiNo. This area is up and coming and reminds me a lot of the Crossroads in downtown Kansas City. The streets are filled with art and graffiti. Naturally I took a few pics to post on my Insta.


Shortly after I popped in QiFLow. Here they offer three unique programs: QiYoga, QiFLOW and QiFlow Fusion classes. I’ve heard really good things about their cycling but for a Sunday, I stuck with yoga. It was just what I needed too. A good combination of vinyasa, core, strength and meditation. Compared to other vinyasa classes I’ve taken, we used a lot of props; blocks, bolster, and straps.


I headed out around 4pm and was back in Kansas City before dinnertime.

Rino denver

I had such a fun time exploring Denver. I usually only get to see the city in the fall/winter so experiencing it in the summer was extra cool. Have something I should do next time? Tell me in the comment section below!




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