To all of our patients/clients: In light of the public concern regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are doing what we can to keep you and your family safe. We are working in conjunction with UCCS, the El Paso County Health Department, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). At the current time the CDC and the local health department report that the risk to most people is believed to be low. Those individuals at the highest risk are those who have traveled to areas where widespread community transmission is occurring, those who have had direct close contact with a person confirmed to have COVID-19, and older adults with chronic medical conditions.
What can you do to prevent the spread of disease?
- Wash your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds with soap and water
- Use an alcohol based hand sanitizer with at least 70% ethyl alcohol
- Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose with unwashed hands
- Stay at home when you are sick
- Cover your cough or sneeze
- Avoid unnecessary travel
Signs and symptoms of Coronavirus include:
- Shortness of breath
If you have had close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or recent travel from an area with ongoing spread of COVID-19 and the above symptoms. Please call our office before coming to the clinic.
The Center for Active Living helps you create a lifestyle that includes physical activity. We begin with conversations about how you live and design a program that you can do long-term in your real world, everyday life.
- Functional Fitness Assessment & Custom Exercise Program
- Small Group Training
- PWR! Moves
- Strength & Stability Group Fitness Classes
“The staff at the Center for Active Living don't just tell me what I should do: they asks me what my goals are and what I like and don't like to do in terms of fitness. They are real people and seem to value me as a real person; together we are a team for my health and fitness. I like their enthusiasm, energy, positive yet sincere feedback, timeliness, and "extras" they provide, like videos of how to do my workouts.”
“They always impresses us with their enthusiasm, commitment and dedication. They are strong motivators and have a deep concern to making a difference in helping people lead more active lives.”
“They engage me with enthusiasm and sparkle as well as knowledge and skill. I appreciate being guided toward health a step at a time, building from what I can do to what I want to be able to do!”
“I loved their approach with our group. They analyzed each individual's weakness and modified exercises for each of us. I learned some new techniques and exercises that will help me not only with golf but with daily activities in general. I look forward to working with them again.”
“I loved learning many new golf warm-up and conditioning exercises and stretches, and how to strengthen my core. Even with 5 of us in the class, we all received lots of individualized attention and instruction. They were very professional, knowledgeable and helpful. Thanks so much!”
Functional Fitness Assessment & Custom Exercise Program – $75
This comprehensive assessment and follow up appointment includes an evaluation of posture, balance, gait, strength, flexibility, and a tailored exercise program to help you reach your fitness goals.
Custom Fitness- Package Pricing
An opportunity to work one-on-one with Wendy, a certified corrective exercise specialist, to help you start, advance or sustain your fitness routine.
Small Group Training – $35 per person
A personalized approach to group fitness (2-3 people)
PWR! Moves Exercise Classes – $7.50 per class
A group fitness class specifically for individuals with Parkinson’s. Classes challenge participants both physically and mentally so you can use it and improve it to enhance optional function in activities of daily living.
Strength & Stability Group Fitness Classes – $5-10 per class
A series of 6 week group fitness classes that build strength and stability for the activities you love. Class topics rotate so be sure to check the schedule for your next class.
Cardio Plus – $15 per class
An after-work, full body exercise class combining aspects of cardio, strength, and flexibility for all fitness levels.
|PWR! Moves 10:00 class (10:00-11:00)||Monday - Thursday|
|PWR! Moves 11:00 class (11:00-12:00)||Monday - Thursday|
|Personal Training Availability (1 hours sessions)||Monday - Friday|
|Donation Based Restorative Yoga (2:30-3:00)||Friday|
|Diabetes Prevention Program (6:00-7:15 pm)||Monday|
Paige Whitney, MSc
Paige Whitney, MSc
Paige is a Colorado Springs native who graduated from Colorado College with an undergraduate degree in Biology. Following graduation, Paige moved to Seattle where she built on her passion in integrated health while managing a multidisciplinary health and wellness clinic. Her desire to learn (and the Colorado sunshine) brought her back to Colorado Springs where she completed her Master’s in Health Promotion at UCCS. Paige is currently the Director of UCCS HealthCircle Center for Active Living and a Clinical Instructor in the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson College of Nursing and Health Sciences. This position allows her the opportunity to work with dynamic professional teams to develop, implement and sustain innovative health and wellness programs for the Colorado Springs community while simultaneously providing students hands on experience and training in the field of health promotion. Paige practices what she preaches, and can be found with friends and family outside, on a trial, in the kitchen, or trying something new.
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Personal checks and credit cards are accepted with monthly billing options available.
Insurance is not accepted.
UCCS HealthCircle Center for Active Living
Lane Center for Academic Health Sciences Building
4863 North Nevada Avenue, Suite 128
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The Center for Active Living follows the UCCS academic calendar.
Please park in the parking spots labeled HealthCircle.