When joining the Durango Sports Club, members receive a free Fitness Assessment Test. This session with a Personal Trainer is designed to evaluate your current fitness level and get you motivated to get in shape! In subsequent sessions, a Personal Trainer will develop a fitness program for you based on your goals, time availability, and special circumstances. Membership also includes a free 15 minute Physical Therapy consultation and discounts on Massage and other services. A membership at the Durango Sports Club includes full use of the facility including:
Corporate Rates Available by Request.
3-day trial for $18.
This fee will be applied towards the membership if the guest joins immediately following the initial 3-day trialStudent Memberships are available for students of Fort Lewis College, San Juan Vo-Tec, Pueblo Community College, Durango Middle and High Schools. A student couple rate only applies when both persons are students.
Senior Memberships are for individuals 55 years of age and older. Both individuals must be 55 for a senior couple membership.
The Durango Sports Club hosts the regions finest aerobics program with a great variety of classes, certified instructors, and the ability to accommodate a large group of participants in our spacious aerobics room! What kind of classes do we offer?
Butt & Gut
Senior Pilates (Beginning)
Silver Sneakers Classic
Remember that Massage Therapy plays an important part in your total body wellness by providing relaxation, healthy muscles and joints and relief from pain and soreness. Massage therapy can enhance your quality of life and help you reach your fitness goals.
Durango's Choice for Massage Therapy
Our certified, highly trained Massage Therapists offer a wide range of manual therapy and massage techniques to treat problem areas or to relax and unwind the entire body.
We also offer hot stone therapy and Active Isolated Stretching.
We treat a variety of symptoms including migraine headaches, neck and shoulder pain, low back pain, hip and leg pain, knee, ankle and foot problems.
General muscle aches and soreness and stress can also be relieved by massage therapy.
If you are looking for a specific treatment, whole body relaxation or to boost your energy levels, schedule a massage with one of our personable, professional therapists.
Members and non-members are welcome. All massage clients receive complimentary use of the spa facilities and free child care. Gift certificates are available.
Prices for Massage Therapy
15 minute chair
5 x 30 minutes
5 x 60 minutes
5 x 90 minutes
10 x 60 minutes
10 x 90 minutes
Lindsay Petersen, NCMT
Lindsay joined the DSC staff in July 2003. Prior to graduating from the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She concentrates on techniques for chronic and acute pain management.
Deb Hall, CMT
Deb has been part of the DSC family since 1998. Her objective is "to promote health and well-being with emphasis on the use of massage to enhance an athlete's training program."
Kristen Doolittle, NCMT
Kristen Doolittle joined the Durango Sports Club massage team in March of 2012, having just relocated from Ankeny, Iowa. She has 7 years of experience as a licensed massage therapist. She specializes in deep tissue massage while using a cross-fiber friction approach and trigger point therapy to help relieve acute and chronic pain. She also offers Swedish massage, reflexology, prenatal massage, shiatsu, hot stone, and sports massage.
Ronda Edwards, NCMT
Ronda has been a Massage Therapist since 1996. She is practiced in the field of skilled touch for the elderly, seriously ill and dying. She previously worked with the Durango Cancer Center support groups and Hospice of Mercy. Ronda also has experience in spa settings. Her intention is to provide individuals with quality touch, thus allowing them to enhance their well-being in body, mind, and spirit.
Katie Barby, RMT
Katie offers a well balanced blend of massage techniques which include deep tissue, sports, neuromuscular and Swedish massage. Katie relocated to Durango in the Spring of 2013.
Juli Ninis, NCMT
Juli Ninis, CMT graduated from the Atlanta, GA School of Massage in 1996 during the Summer Olympics where she trained as a massage therapist. She specializes in deep tissue, therapeutic, sport massage and energy work focus.
If you are having a hard time getting motivated or just do not feel like you are getting enough out of your exercise routine, consider using a Personal Trainer. More than just an instructor, a personal trainer can help you come up with the right workout plan to meet your goals. Whether it is losing a few pounds, toning up your arms, or flattening your stomach for swimsuit season, a Personal Trainer can help you get there. If you have not had a Fitness Assessment, that would be a good place to start. If you have, schedule a session with one of our Personal Trainers to check it out.
When working with a personal trainer, guidance, teamwork and communication are critical to meeting your goals. Here are some tips to get the most out of training.
Outline your goals.
Bring a list to your first session. Let the trainer know which are the first priority.
Share your history.
If you have tried to get into shape before, what has worked and what has not? Communicate your strengths and weaknesses.
Reveal any health problems.
If you take medications that affect heart rate or blood pressure or have a heart condition or are stressed, let the trainer know.
Mention what motivates you.
Do you respond to gentle encouragement or in-your-face barking?
Prepare for each workout.
Get plenty of sleep, eat healthy meals, warm up for 15 minutes before meeting your trainer.
Bring your own water bottle and keep it with you during training.
Tell your trainer what you liked and did not like about the workout.
Choose one of the qualified DSC Personal Trainers and get the best help available!
Ruth Briscoe is an ISSA certified personal trainer as well as long-term fitness instructor. She has been a member of the Durango Sports Club for over 10 years. She is an avid skier, biker and has completed the Imogene Pass run several times. As a mother of three, Ruth understands the everyday challenges of raising children and staying fit. Whether you are looking to get back into shape or training for an upcoming event, Ruth is prepared to design a personalized workout routine that's right for you!
Susan Graham has extensive experience in the fitness field as an instructor of a wide variety of fitness classes such as Zumba ZIN, YogaFit, Hope Pilates, Johnny G Cycle and Step Reebok. She also holds a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from the University of Texas in Austin. She is an ACSM Health and Fitness Specialist.
Rhonda Unkovskoy is a Certified Pilates Trainer specializing in personalized equipment based training on the Reformer. Her Pilates journey began in 2000 while looking to manage chronic, debilitating back pain from an old injury. She started taking mat classes and was immediately hooked, which led her to begin teaching Matwork in 2002. She also received her Comprehensive Pilates Apparatus Certificate through the Pilates Sports Center in Los Angeles, CA. Rhonda's approach is to meet people where they are and guide them to where they want to go with
Katarina Medici is a Fort Lewis College graduate in Exercise Science and also ran cross-country at FLC. She's a Certified NCSF personal trainer . Katarina specializes in endurance conditioning and sport specific training. Her philosophy is to focus on the individual's needs and fitness goals.
Drew Adair was born and raised in Durango and served four years in the United States Marine Corps. After being honorable discharged, he struggled to maintain his weight. Through personal experience, Drew learned how to eat & exercise properly, which inspired him to become a personal trainer.He is a certified personal trainer through the Professional Fitness Training Association (PTFA). Drew ran his own personal training business in Texas before deciding to return home to Durango. He specializes in weight loss, stability/flexibility, sport specific training and nutrition coaching.
Durango Sports Club PT is an orthopedic and sports therapy clinic. We are geared toward functional rehabilitation with emphasis on static and dynamic posture and biomechanical retraining. Patient education on injury prevention and rehabilitation is a primary concern. We are able to take our clients from an acute rehabilitation state to fully functional levels.
David R. Farmer, P.T.
David is the founder and owner of the Durango Sports Club Physical Therapy Clinic. David takes an active interest in the clinic's performance and patients' well-being. He stays current and knowledgeable in Physical Therapy and is licensed in Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. David is especially interested in senior care and in working with cyclists. The Durango Sports Club has been owned by David since 1990 and was presented the Spirit of Durango Award in 2010 by the local Chamber of Commerce. Contact David at email@example.com.
Janet Wells, M.S.P.T. Clinic Director
Janet as Clinic Director has completed the U.S. and A.P.T.A. required program with a three course series for specialization in female and male pelvic floor function and dysfunction. Janet is also course trained to treat difficult shoulders and knees, and particularly enjoys working with hips and SI dysfunctions. Formerly a collegiate soccer player, Janet has coached soccer for younger players in recent years. A mother of two daughters, Morgan and Sydney, she spends most of her off-hours with her family. You can contact Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dean Walker, P.T.
Dean heads up our Home Health Department which contracts through Guardian Angel Home Health. Dean is interested in working with seniors and fall prevention and has established guidelines to monitor patients with balance problems. He has attended a course on Mobilization of the Nervous System and is an authority on shoulder rehabilitation. Contact Dean at email@example.com.
Jared Smith, P.T.A.
Jared sees patients in the clinic with every kind of problem. Jared joined us in July 2010 and has become an indispensible asset. His caring spirit and knowledge of physical therapy are appreciated by both staff and patients. Jared instructs our Aquatic Therapy class one day a week and has sees patients on Saturday mornings. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tanja Morehouse, P.T.A.
Tanja is the newest addition to our staff. She fulfilled her internship in our clinic in 2012 and is now seeing patients on Mondays and Wednesdays. Tanja was a fast learner and is quickly becoming a patient favorite. She can be reached at email@example.com.
An area of medicine which focuses on problems and dysfunctions related to the female pelvisin and around it.
What can Physical Therapists specializing in Women's Health treat?
Urinary incontinence and leakage, Pre/post partum dysfunctions, Pelvic organ prolapse, Pelvic pain.
How can physical therapy help these problems?
Many of the problems associated with the pelvic area are related to weakness or spasm of the muscles of the pelvic floor. By strengthening or decreasing spasm of the pelvic floor, you can: Re-train pelvic floor muscles; Decrease painful spasm of the pelvic floor; Minimize pelvic organ prolapse; Overcome pre/post partum pain such as upper or lower back pain, SI dysfunction, and sciatica.
Janet Wells, M.S.P.T. specializes in physical therapy for men's colorectal and urological dysfunctions. She is course-certified for treatment of urinary and fecal incontinence, prostatitis, post-prostatectomy incontinence, pelvic pain, and pudendal nerve entrapment. Treatments are geared toward pelvic floor re-education using both internal and external approaches as well as biofeedback. Patient education and posture re-education are vital areas of focus for these patients. Treatment Goals:
Normalize pelvic floor musculature
Correct pelvic and SI mobility and alignment
Restore normal hip, pelvis and SI mechanics
Strengthen and stabilize the SI and lumbopelvic region
Sole Supports Custom Orthotics
True Custom Biomechanical Foot Orthotics. Our Physical Therapists have fit hundreds of Sole Supports orthotics. If you are suffering from foot, ankle, knee, or back pain, these may be the solution. Call to schedule a complimentary 15" evaluation to see if you may benefit from custom foot orthotics.
What is an orthotic?
An orthotic is a supportive device which is placed inside footwear, to change the mechanical function of the foot. It works dynamically during weight-bearing activities like walking, running and standing. Ideally, it should provide full, custom and corrected arch contact so that the foot works in a biomechanically correct way. To date, only Sole Supports manufactures full arch contact orthotics. The reason is simple; they are more difficult to make because they must actually change the way your foot works and be comfortable at the same time. Other orthotics are either just cushions or give a more generic, insufficient support not customized to your foot. They may feel fine but, by failing to actually correct faulty foot mechanics, will not prevent the usual painful deformities or syndromes.
What are faulty foot mechanics?
The foot is designed to unlock, or pronate, when it hits the ground for shock absorption and to conform to variable terrain. Then it must re-stiffen (lock), or supinate, for efficient leverage as we propel ourselves forward onto the next step. When either of these phases are excessive or out-of-synch the foot has faulty mechanical function. Ninety percent or more of us over-pronate, this is, our arches flatten too much and do not re-stiffen enough for efficient propulsion. About four percent of us are over-supinators with high, rigid arch structure. Then the problem is poor shock absorption and weight-bearing pressure concentrated in a few spots.
What kinds of problems result from faulty foot mechanics?
Pain and deformity can arise in the feet such as bunions, plantar fasciitis, corns, and hammertoes. Pain and dysfunction in the knee, hip and low back often result as well. There are over 30 common diagnoses related to poor foot function.
Can problems be prevented or corrected with the use of Sole Supports?
Yes. If the problem is caught early enough, pain and deformity can often be prevented. Regular use of these orthotics can often reverse deformity development, or at least prevent surgery. When you restore normal function you give your body what it needs to heal itself. Your other necessary treatments or therapies are more effective and last longer, too.
What is Aquatic Therapy?
A specialized form of physical therapy where therapists use the water and specifically designed activities to enhance, restore, and maintain a person's functional abilities.
What are the benefits of Aquatic Therapy?
Improved muscle strength and tone, Increased cardiovascular function, Decreased swelling, Increased circulation, Increased strength and endurance, Increased range of motion and flexibility, Increased balance and coordination.
Four components of aquatic therapy that 'land based' therapies may not offer:
Buoyancy Water provides assistance and support. It allows a person to move more easily with decreased stress on muscles, joints, and bones. Heat Warm water facilitates muscle relaxation and increases peripheral circulation. Hydrostatic Pressure The water helps circulate blood from the legs to the heart, often reducing any swelling in the ankles and feet. This may decrease joint tenderness and range of motion can then increase. Resistance Allows for improvement in balance and strength in all muscle directions. Resistance also increases sensory awareness.
Who Can Benefit from Aquatic Therapy?
The vast majority of people can participate. It is helpful for those with back problems, knee injuries, ankle injuries, joint pain, muscle injuries or other orthopedic injuries/surgeries. Others who can benefit include those who have suffered from a stroke or have Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinson's Disease. At Durango Sports Club Physical Therapy Clinic, we offer Aquatic Therapy two times a week Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon. During the summer, it's held in our outdoor heated pool and in winter, at the Durango Recreation Center. Your insurance may require a doctor's prescription or you may self pay at the rate of $15 per session.
Balance in Daily Life
Balance is vital to normal every day life activities such as getting out of a chair and walking, bending over, washing your hair, driving a car, or going grocery shopping.
Just about everything you do requires balance control and most of the time, you don't even have to think about it.
When balance problems develop, however, they can cause profound disruptions in your daily life.
In addition to increased risk for falls, balance disorders can disrupt normal activity level, limit exercise tolerance and place limits on outdoor fun.
The ability to maintain balance is a complex process
that depends on these components: your sensory systems, your brain's ability to process the information from those systems and your muscles and joints for coordinating the movements required to maintain balance.
A person with a balance disorder may have a problem in one or a combination of these systems.
Are you at Risk for Falling?
There are several known risk factors that can increase your susceptibility to falling.
Some are related to your physical fitness, psychological and social factors and some to your environment.
Some common indications
Some common indications include symptoms of dizziness or unsteadiness, taking one or more medications, a recent period of bed rest or inactivity, loss of strength or feeling in the legs or feet, or a loss of confidence in your ability to get around.
Falls are typically not the result of a single cause or risk factor.
More often, they are the result of a combination of factors.
At the Durango Sports Club Physical Therapy Clinic we offer spin-scan analysis and bike fittings. Below are some common problems related to biking and treatments.
Patellar Tendonitis - What is it?
If you feel pain near the bottom of your kneecap that generally gets worse with cycling, you may have patellar tendonitis. Patellar tendonitis is an overuse injury in which micro-tears occur at the site of the attachment of the patella tendon to the kneecap.
How to treat it.
In most instances, treatment consists of ice, rest, stretching, and specific exercises. Adjusting pedal cleats, seat in height, seat tube angle, and stem may be required. Ultrasound, electrical stimulation, patella tendon mobilizations and exercises are used by Physical Therapists to treat tendonitis.
Quadriceps stretchmake sure the hip is extended and then bend the knee until a stretch is felt in the front of the thigh. Hold the stretch 30 seconds. Do it twice a day, 3 times each. Also try straight leg raises while lying on your back. Hold each leg lift 5 seconds
Low Back Pain - What is it?
Low back pain can be caused from overuse or injury to a variety of structures in the spine or surrounding muscles. Most common to bicyclists are overworked low back muscles, the erector spinae, which take a lot of stress from being in a rounded position for hours at a time. Other causes can include disc involvement, facet joint irritation or vertebrae that are not moving correctly.
How to treat it.
Treatment for low back pain differs depending on what structures are involved, but usually involves exercise and stretching as well as adjusting the seat and handlebar position to take stress off the low back. Treatment can include ultrasound, electrical stimulation, joint mobilization and massage.
After ridinglie on stomach and press up on your elbows. Hold this position as long as is comfortable, working up to 3-5 minutes. Add regular hamstring and hip flexor stretching as well as abdominal strengthening to your post-ride routine.
Ilio-tibial Band - What is it?
The ilio-tibial band (ITB) is a tendinous band of tissue that attaches at the hip and the knee. This tissue can tighten or rub against your leg bone which the knee is not properly aligned during exercises, causing knee or hip pain.
How to treat it.
Treatment will depend on severity of the tightness. In the acute stage, rest and ice are recommended. Therapy may include ultrasound, electrical stimulation and massage, along with stretches and retraining of the quadriceps muscle.
Knee cap mobilizations, ITB stretches and VMO/quadriceps strengthening, i.e., wall sits while squeezing a ball between knees and hold up to 2 minutes.
Injury Prevention for Runners
What is it?
Shin splints involve pain along the shin resulting from overuse conditions or biomechanical imbalances. Either can result in a muscle strain, tendonitis, or in severe cases, stress fractures along the shin. Contributing factors include: training errors such as a sudden increase in activity, faulty gait mechanics such as excessive Pronation, or improper footwear.
How to treat it.
Treatment consists of ice, compression with ace wrap or taping and rest. Physical Therapy modalities such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation will speed the recovery. In many cases custom fit orthotics are indicated.
1. Calf Raises. Stand on the edge of a step and raise up and down slowly. Perform one set of each with your foot in 3 different positionstoes straight, in and out. 2. Calf Stretch. Perform a basic runner stretch in a lunge position with your heel on the ground. Perform with a straight knee and a bent knee.
What is it?
If you feel pain near the bottom of your kneecap that generally gets worse with activities, you may have patellar tendonitis. Patellar tendonitis is an overuse injury in which microtears occur at the site of the attachment of the patellar tendon to the inferior pole of the patella.
How to treat it.
In most instances, treatment consists of ice, rest, stretching, and specific exercises. Surgical debridement of the tendon is necessary on rare occasions. Ultrasound, electrical stimulation, patellar and tendon mobilizations and exercises are used by Physical Therapists to treat tendonitis.
Quadriceps Stretch. While standing, grab your lower leg making sure the hip is extended, and then bend the knee until a stretch is felt in the front of the thigh. Hold the stretch 30 seconds. Do it twice a day, 3 times each. Straight Leg Raise. Lie on your back, then slowly contract the quadriceps muscle and lift the leg 12 inches. Hold for 5 seconds and lower slowly. Repeat up to 20 times.
What is it?
Plantar fasciitis is inflammation of the plantar fascia which in located on the bottom of the foot. It acts as a bow string between the heel and the metatarsal heads and keeps the foot from collapsing when body weight is put on the foot. Running and jumping activities can stretch and aggravate this tissue causing inflammation.
How to treat it.
If caught early, rest, ice, and anti-inflammatory medications, taping or arch supports and stretching are the primary treatment. If more chronic, custom orthotics may be needed to address foot alignment faults that are contributing to the problem. Ultrasound, deep tissue massage, taping, orthotics, and specific stretching and strengthening exercises are used by a Physical Therapist to treat plantar fasciitis.
Foot Massage. While sitting in a chair, put your ankle up on the other knee. Massage under your foot by using your hand to pull up on the big toe and the other hand to massage and stretch the bottom of the foot. Foot Stretch. Get on your hands and knees with your toes facing forward. Rock back on your heels and move your feet around to stretch the plantar fascia. Toe Strengthening. Use your toes to pick up small rocks or marbles to strengthen the intrinsic muscles of the foot.
Yoga & Martial Arts
Yoga classes provide what is usually missing from a typical fitness program. Great stretching for the muscles and deep relaxation and stress reduction for the mind! It's the mind/body workout that can't be beat! If you are either a beginner or a seasoned Yoga professional, you are more than welcome to take any of our yoga classes. Our talented Yoga instructors have the experience and expertise for a great Yoga experience!
Karate evolved through the centuries in China, then spread to Okinawa and Japan. In 1923, the great Okinawan master, Gichin Funakoshi, founded in Japan the school of Shotokan Karate. Shotokan of Durango has been a member of the International Shotokan Karate Federation since 1976. Shotokan is a total martial art emphasizing mental as well as physical conditioning. Other benefits include the development of self-confidence, endurance, coordination, strength and flexibility. Along with basic techniques of kicking, punching and blocking, Shotokan also teaches kata (formal movements) and sparring. 4th degree Black Belt Bill Thurman instructs the classes. The karate club has been serving Durango continually since 1976.
Aqua Fitness is back for the summer! The water is an AMAZING modality that provides low impact, great workout! Class is limited to 20. Sign-ups available before class at the front desk. No call ins.
Aerial Pilates Cond
Using the Aerial Fabrics students will work on strength and flexibility work found in aerial yoga class. But will spend time working with Pilates mat work for the core work that gets you aerial ready. *Instructor is Pilates & Aerial Certified!
A workout designed to tone, trim & transform the body w/ a fusion of ballet, Pilates & resistance training.
Indoor cycling for those that are new to it. Teach you the basics and get you comfortable to riding indoors. The last 15-10 minutes will be focused on core work.
This class is combination of functional movements, Pilates, and Barre exercises for your booty. Get ready to burn that booty!
Learn strength building sequences on Aerial Trapeze, Lyra, and Fabrics. Introduction to flexibility, conditioning, and stamina. All body types and levels welcome!
Barre inspired core workout. This is a great compliment to the Barre class finishing off a full body toning workout.
Indoor cycling classes improve cardiovascular fitness while burning maximum calories in an efficient and low impact manner.
This class is based on the primary nine core moves and the yoga stretches that compliment them. It combines stability, mobility, balance, and flexibility. Every sporto needs this class to be efficient and maintain physiological balance.
Learn to use the equipment in the Functional Training Room in a 45 minute circuit open to all levels. This class has a focus on core, whole body, and functional moves translatable to everyday life. Class limit of 12 people.
High intensity interval training class for 45 minutes outside next to the pool for all fitness levels. Get your sweat on and enjoy the outdoors at the same time!
HIIT It Up
30 minute Hight Intensity Interval workout where you are lead through circuits by the instructor for a full body workout.
Intense Functional Training (IFT)
A high intensity workout that involves a broad spectrum of movements, ranging from body weight, barbells and anything in between. No workout will look exactly the same ensuring that every class is fun and effective. Each class will have a warm up, workout and time for some mobility.
Intro to Aerial
Mixed apparatus class will get you circus FIT. This class is suitable for all backgrounds, strength levels, body types, and ages. Learn fabrics, trapeze, lyra, and hammock in a fun and safe environment.
Pilates is a mat class that strengthens and stretches the muscles while focusing on core body muscles. Pilates flows through a series of systematic and anatomically based movements to achieve functional strength.
Increase your heart rate and burn those buns! This class is similar to a regular barre class, but with the added benefit to get your heart up and sweat! Tone, tighten, and lift your booty all the while hitting a target zone for some fat burning fun!
45 minute High Intensity Interval Training with stations where you can go at your own pace using different training apparatuses in the Functional Training room.
Strength and Endurance Fitness is a combination of strength using handweights and gravity and endurance with multiple reps and simple cardio moves for a full body workout with mat work at the end. All levels and conditions welcome!
Designed for those 55+ folks and for those who are interested in a mildly intense class. It includes warm-up, cardio, and strength training followed by a relaxing stretch.
New to Pilates? Learn the basics of this core-strengthening mat class while focusing on the proper alignment and form. Controlled movements improve strength, balance and coordination.
Visit Court 10 for a kinder more gentle strength and aerobic conditioning
Silver Sneakers Classic
Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises that increase muscular strength, balance, and flexibility for daily living skills.
Activate your urge for variety! Splash offers fun, shallow-water movement to improve agility and flexibility while addressing cardiovascular, strength and endurance conditioning. No swimming ability is required and a SilverSneakers Splashboard or other aquatic equipment is used to improve strength, balance and coordination.
Spin & Tone
45 minutes of indoor cycling with the last 15 minutes for a toning blast to top off the workout.
A light-weight, high repetition strength training workout involving large and small muscle groups.
A full body workout of timed segments including Strength, Balance, Cardio, and Core. All levels of fitness welcome.
A practice that increases flexibility, improves balance & strength, lubricates joints, calms the mind & relaxes the nervous system while promoting increased mind-body awareness.
A powerful flowing practice incorporating asana, pranayama, and meditation.
A slow, relaxing, and calming yoga practice using props to get into proper alignment to hold poses for.
A gentle focus on flexibility and mobility for seniors.
Safely and systematically improve balance, flexibility, alignment; repattern muscular habits and increase.
Asana sequences designed to cultivate a flow state: mindfulness in action. For all levels.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
At the Durango Sports Club, our goal is to allow our members and guests to achieve their health and fitness goals by utilizing our fitness equipment in a spacious, comfortable atmosphere, with expert guidance and instruction by trained and certified fitness professionals.