Scrambling this week to find that last, elusive holiday gift? I get it: suddenly a bag of coffee or a gift card from King Soopers is sounding like a better idea with each passing day. It’s almost too late to order online if you expect to exchange gifts by Christmas, and the crowds at the mall are just inhumane enough to temporarily suspend any preconceived image of your regular self, warranting filter-less remarks to perfect strangers (not that I would know anything about that).

photo courtesy of The Dailey Method

photo courtesy of The Dailey Method

Coming to your (and everyone else’s) rescue is Denver’s Dailey Method with their “Powder Packages.” Because really, what could be more Colorado than skiing and fitness?

What it is: Ski-themed fitness packages aimed toward all levels of skiers, intended to prepare and recover from weekends spent hitting the slopes.

photo courtesy of The Dailey Method

photo courtesy of The Dailey Method

You can choose from four levels:

  • Bunny Four classes for $50. Perfect for the non-committal type.
  • Blue Intermediate 2 months unlimited for $250. For those who bought a ski pass this year, and gosh darnit, are going to use it.
  • Black 3 months unlimited for $345. You’ve done it. You love it. Moving on.
  • Double Black 4 months unlimited for $440. For the hardcore on your list who we’re all secretly afraid of.

Where to get: You can purchase your gift of fitness either online or at the Dailey Method Barre Studio in the Highlands: 4342 Tennyson Street Denver, CO 80212. You can also go old-school and just give them a call: 303.495.5260

Hurry up: These sweet deals are available now through December 23. Packages must be activated by January 15 and expire on April 15.

Bonus: Present a ski pass from this year when you check in to receive a free class.

Now that I’ve freed up your frantic holiday shopping schedule, you can sit back, give yourself a rest, and actually enjoy your holidays. Then go work out.

PT-color-headshot-I3Jodilyn Stuart is the Health & Sports Senior Staff Writer for 303 Magazine, owner of ModaBody Fitness, and has been a professional fitness geek since 1997. If you have questions, feel free to email at: Jodilyn@303Magazine.com

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