Tonic Method Entry
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Tonic [ton-ik] n:

something that invigorates, refreshes, or restores

High Intensity. Low Impact. Big Results.

The best total body workout focused around functional movement that will strengthen, sculpt, and tone all major muscle groups with low impact exercises in just 45 minutes, leaving you feeling invigorated. Breath, posture, muscle focus, alignment, and core strength are fundamental aspects of Tonic Method. Exercises are done at a slow, deliberate pace, with both eccentric and concentric movements to work muscles to fatigue while adding bursts of cardio making the heart pump, muscles quiver, and delivering big results.

Tonic Method is a new approach to fitness on a unique machine that is inspired by the Pilates Reformer, but that has been modified and enhanced to provide greater intensity, new exercises, more resistance, and a completely unique type of workout.

First Class Free

Come embrace the shake and feel the Tonic burn! Try your first class for free.


For the health and safety of our community, clients, and instructors we have implemented the following protocols according to the state of Colorado:

  • Clients and instructors must wear masks. Please bring your own.
  • Social Distancing is required — clients and instructors must remain at least 6 feet apart.
  • There will be no hands-on corrections.
  • Clients will be instructed to thoroughly wipe down their machines after each class with provided disinfectant.
  • Studios will be cleaned and disinfected after each class.
  • Clients and instructors must wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before and after class.
  • Fill water bottles before coming to the studio (the water fountains will be out of service).
  • Props (aside from balance poles) will not be used.
  • No Walk-Ins -- all clients must register prior to class online.
  • STAY AT HOME if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: headache, sore throat, fever, dry cough, recent inability to taste or smell, shortness of breath, ear aches, body aches, diarrhea, fatigue, vomiting, and/or abdominal pain.
  • If you are showing signs of being sick, we will ask you to leave.

Please note that older adults and those with chronic medical conditions may be at higher risk for serious illness.