Movement, the largest nationwide community of indoor climbing gyms, today announced plans for their latest facility: Movement Centennial, Colorado. Movement Centennial is set to open in 2024 and will offer 41,000 square feet of climbing, yoga, and fitness including a boutique-style yoga studio, weight areas featuring Olympic lifting platforms, fully stocked functional fitness zones, locker rooms, and a gear shop for all your climbing needs.
Those Coloradans looking for a new adventure will be able to climb and explore the impressive 28,000 square feet of climbing terrain and walls up to 55 feet tall. All guests will enjoy a diversity of bouldering, top rope, and lead climbing routes crafted for all abilities.
Movement Centennial plans to offer a full lineup of classes perfect for those looking to start climbing or hone their existing skillset. In addition, guests can expect an array of youth offerings from after school programs to camps and competitive teams lead by passionate and knowledgeable employees. Rounding out the experience, the class schedule will also include high-quality yoga and group fitness classes.
“We’re excited to build on our Colorado footprint and call Centennial home,” said Jeremy Levitt, Movement CEO. “We have an amazing team of climbing coaches, yoga teachers, fitness instructors, and front desk team members who are eager to share climbing, adventure, and a ton of fun with the Centennial community.”
Movement Centennial will be located at 9657 E. County Line Road, Centennial, CO conveniently located near the Denver Tech Center (and IKEA!). The gym is less than 15 miles from sister Movement Climbing Gyms in Englewood and Baker.
About Movement Gyms
Movement is the largest nationwide community of indoor climbing gyms. Every Movement facility is committed to growing the climbing community through a shared vision to empower personal transformation and inspire social and environmental impact. Movement gyms feature bouldering, top-roping, and lead climbing, as well as amenities like yoga studios, functional fitness, cardio zones, and climbing gear shops. Each facility caters to participants of all abilities – from competitive athletes to weekend adventurers and families.
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