VertiBARRE Basics


This class is taught by:

Lindsay Ross

Lindsay started teaching fitness classes in the 1970's, in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She moved to Boulder in 1979 to attend CU where she earned her BA in Dance & Kinesiology. After finding Pilates to rehabilitate from an injury, Lindsay started teaching Pilates in 1985 and opened Body Dynamics in 1990. Lindsay took her first formal training program at the Pilates Center of Boulder in the early 1990's and later with Polestar Pilates in 1998. She has most recently been trained in TRX Suspension Training System and the Vertical Method.  Lindsay loves teaching both Pilates and fitness classes and specializes in detail oriented corrective exercise programs. She has taken extensive continuing education courses with a focus on the spine and scoliosis.  Being creative is her signature.

Wendy McClure

Wendy has over 30 years experience in the fitness industry, co-owning Body Dynamics for the last eighteen years. She has managed wellness and group exercise programs in large club settings before designing a more intimate environment that helps her stay in touch with the clients fitness experience. She was named on the "Top 100 Trainers in the Country" list published by Men's Journal magazine in 2004 and 2005. Wendy holds a MS degree in Exercise Physiology and is certified by the American College of Sports Medicine, Bosu, TRX (to the Sports Medicine Level). Wendy specializes in "hunting down" the movement patterns that need help, preventing or alleviating pain that comes along with this syndrome. She consulted with the US Ski Team as a core rehab specialist for 10 years and loves assisting all levels of fitness from wheelchair to Olympic athlete and many in between. Wendy has contributed and written articles for many fitness magazines. Some can be viewed in our "in the news" section.
Learn the Vertibarre concepts, positions and exercises at a slower pace. You will focus on strengthening your entire back side, core, legs and arms with an emphasis on posture, balance and spinal alignment. Leave feeling taller with an increased awareness of good posture.