We specialize in working with beginners.  The students you see performing advanced skills, have all gone through the same process. It is because of how we teach our beginners that we are able to take them to these levels.  To start with us, we highly recommend taking our Fundamentals Classes.

Movement 101

Our introductory seminar to the Movement Practice; this is the most comprehensive way to jump into the all levels classes here at Boulder Movement Collective.  

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This two and a half hour class will cover the fundamentals of: 

  • Mobility and Flexibility
  • Strength
  • Coordination
  • Spine Health and Injury Prevention
  • Terminology

Email us at to register.

Fundamentals Classes

While we believe anyone can step into our All Levels class, the Fundamentals Series is a great way to start. These classes will take you though the terminology we use with our students, while preparing you for our All Levels classes.  We look at the basics of strength and mobility, moving your spine, learning our process of developing a freestanding handstand and introduce you to some of perspective and programming.  

We offer a Starter Pass, $100 one month unlimited, usable for both the Fundamentals and All Levels

If you are interested in signing up, get started with the Starter Pass. 

What YOU Do

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?  We can help you with more hip mobility, shoulders and more resilient joints.

CrossFit?  Advanced gymnastic skills are a cornerstone of our practice.

Endurance athlete? Using Ido Portal's Corset protocols we can prepare for your body for the rigors of your sport. 

Yogi?  Collectively, Matt and Zack have taken hundreds of people from zero to 60 second freestanding handstands. 

Climber? Learn how to take care of your wrists and fingers, shoulders and back with our rehab work.

Not Athletic?  Neither were we. So we developed a way to become coordinated, strong and mobile. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where exactly are you located? What's the parking situation?

We're on Valmont Road between 30th Street and Wilderness Place. Designated parking is limited. If our lot is full, please park on Wilderness Place. Please DO NOT park at Alpine Animal Hospital, or use the spaces designated to Western Aluminum.

What should I bring?

Most of us wear long pants, but you'll figure out what works for you over time.
Our facility shoe free.
If you were to look in Matt's bag, you'd find: a long sleeve shirt, long pants, tape!  

Do I need to make a reservation or can I just walk in?

No need to reserve a spot ahead of time. Just come in and we'll take care of everything.

How early should I arrive? What should I do when I get there?

Feel free to arrive early and warm up. The space is open for you to get some movement in before and after class. Don't feel weird about coming early. We want you here and working on a practice.

When you arrive, check-in at the front desk, take your shoes off and get moving! 

Where do I put my stuff? What about amenities?

There are two bathrooms by the back wall and cubbies to the right for personal storage. You can put everything, including your shoes and socks in there since footwear is optional. Please note that there are no locker rooms or showers, so plan accordingly.