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The Denver-based nonprofit Comeback Yoga offers 38 free classes online and in-person in Colorado, Utah and Hawaii, three of which are at Fort Carson. While two of those classes are closed, one is available to anybody who has base access. Fourteen live classes also are offered every week: 8 a.m. daily and 6 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. Go online to comebackyoga.org/online-yoga-practice or search for Comeback Yoga online at YouTube.com.
PGA golf professional and longtime Colorado Springs golf coach Leighton Smith recently opened Tribe Golf, a new indoor golf lounge tucked into a strip mall off Garden of the Gods Road. The facility offers four TrackMan golf simulators, cozy couches and a bar. Memberships are available, and the lounge is already home to a weekly league night, private parties, corporate events and wine and whiskey tastings.
The William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center, which opened in mid-2020 on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus, is owned by the university and partly-rented by Centura Health. The center was intended to attract users from around the country, but its three branches — sports performance, sports medicine and academics — are open to the public.
Joe Ramirez, a popular, longtime Colorado Springs personal trainer, left behind gyms and weight machines years ago to focus on movement-based, functional strength.
Tap dance classes are fun and invigorating for your brain.
Colorado Springs Kendo Kai meets Tuesdays and Thursdays to practice the traditional Japanese martial art.
Sarah Zellmer practices on her knees Thursday, July 11, 2013, during a hoop dance class at the Downtown YMCA. Zellmer started hooping two year…