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WORKOUT
EXPLORE YOGA, FITNESS AND MOVEMENT AT ROCK MILL

Beyond climbing, Rock Mill is home to a growing yoga, movement and fitness community. Our newly expanded fitness area provides plenty of room to move and play as you build strength and mobility, and weekly yoga classes in the climbing hall provide the space you need to flow safely.

CLASSES

Join us for Morning Yoga on Saturday and Sundays or for Mobility and Strength classes on Monday and Tuesday Evenings.

Mobility for Climbers

Mondays @ 6pm

In this class, you will work with Carly to increase functional mobility throughout your body. To achieve this students will expand current ranges of motion, while focusing on learning to control and strengthen through the full range of motion in each joint. Increasing mobility can help you move better, climb better, and feel better.

Hands holding the rings in the fitness room

Upper Body Strength

Tuesdays @ 7:30pm


People climbing at Rock Mill

Bouldering Fundamentals

Wednesdays @ 6pm

The Bouldering Fundamentals class is for anyone at the beginner or intermediate level looking to take their bouldering to the next level. Rockey will teach specific climbing movements like drop knees, flagging, how to build power, as well as important techniques for balancing on the wall and reading routes.

Cara sitting on the mat in the climbing hall

Yoga with Cara

Thursdays @ 7:30pm

Join Cara for a 60 minute vinyasa, created to be flowy and mindful. This class is great for all skill levels.

Yoga instructor martha in front of the climbing wall.

Yoga with Martha

Saturdays @ 8am

Your body will be challenged in an entirely new way as strength and flexibility are maximized in this rigorous, energizing and powerful flow. You will build heat from within connecting each breath to intentional movements.

Photo of Gretchen doing yoga

Yoga with Gretchen

Sundays @ 8am

This class focuses on building the fundamentals of a vinyasa flow. It establishes a mindful connection between breath + movement to create an intentional flow of postures. It is accessible to all-levels and will start with simple breathing practices, then move into a full body warm up. The warm up will prepare your body for the work or “crux” of the class which will work on breaking down the mechanics of a specific posture. Class will finish with a warm down, consisting of deeper, longer-held stretches for the hips + shoulders and will finish with a brief meditation or rest period.

Girl climbing at Rock Mill

Bouldering 1 Workshop

Every other Saturday from 1:30pm – 3:00pm

This workshop will teach you the techniques you need to make the most of your time bouldering. You’ll experience community in this small-group setting as you work through climbs together and learn how to make bouldering a part of your fitness routine. Bouldering 1 comes with a Two Week Trial Membership for first-time members starting the day of the workshop. This workshop is $25 for members and $50 for non-members.

FITNESS ROOM

Rock Mill offers different options for training for optimal fitness.

Rock Mill Weight Lifting Equipment

WEIGHT TRAINING

Our weight training area is stocked with barbells, dumbbells, benches, and a steel frame for hanging exercises. We also have several kettlebells and resistance bands.

MOVEMENT & RINGS

Our fitness room has an open space with rubber flooring for bodyweight movement, box jumps, and three sets of rings at adjustable heights. Basic cardio equipment is also available.

Rock Mill Members Doing Handstands In The Fitness Room
Man Climbing On The Tension Board While His Friends Cheer Him On

TENSION BOARD

Our latest feature is a Tension Board, an adjustable-angle climbing wall designed specifically for climbing movement training. A mirrored layout allows for balanced training exercises and next level movement practice. Download the Tension Board app to select specific routes and track your progress.

CAMPUS BOARD

The campus board is a standard in advanced training for climbing. Campus board workouts can increase finger strength and improve dynamic movement. Our campus board is located opposite our climbing wall in the climbing hall.  

Man Training On The Campus Board.