Pura Vida Club
Jasmine Pina Anderson has been in the fitness industry for five years now, which by her standards is still considered a rookie. She says "I just feel like I have so much more to learn but I'm fully committed to helping people shape themselves inside and out and am in it for the long haul". While she considers herself a guppie, she continues to make a big splash in the fitness community. Her "home" in Denver is at Pura Vida Club and Spa where she created and teaches specialty cycling classes like Rhythm and Ride and Soul Ride. She also teaches multiple other formats including TRX, IndoRow, ViPR, Rip Trainer and Strength Training classes. Jasmine has an extreme passion for changing peoples lives through music and fitness. "The beat of the music is a vehicle for motivation in my classes. It's like a drug. Give them what will truly push them harder and they want more because right away they notice how much more dynamic their workout is by matching the movement to the beat of the music. It's so exciting to see this in action when my students' push harder, longer and stronger. They are motivated by sound and not only does this fascinate me, it inspires me to give them more." Jasmine has recently written a music based education program for fitness instructors called The Rhythm Revolution, which sole purpose is to help other instructors across the globe truly understand what it means to always be moving and teaching to the heartbeat of the music. The Rhythm Revolution recently caught the eyes of 303 Magazine and Fitness on the Rocks, where Jasmine constructed the bootcamp playlists for more than 3,000 people to work out to during this event at Red Rocks in Colorado. "It was like a dream come true to see that many people at one time doing the same movements on time and on beat. Simply magical."