Two Classes Available:  “Regan MOVES”, and “Regan MOVES Gentle

Regan MOVES:

Tuesdays & Thursdays at Noon (CST) on Zoom

Two Classes Available:  “Regan MOVES”, and “Regan MOVES Gentle

“Regan MOVES”:

Tuesdays & Thursdays at Noon (CST) on Zoom

The Perfect Home or Office Workout

Do you work from home? Do you work from the office and it’s tough to get to the gym on your lunch hour? This workout is for you!

Close your door and enjoy

You won’t sweat too much

Just towel off

35 minutes

Bring water. Weights are optional (I use 2 pound weights. Soup cans work, too)

I will show modifications from a chair so this workout is easy to modify

12 noon, CST


Sign up here, and I will give you a link to join:


The Perfect Quick Workout

This is a full-body workout with cardio and strength intervals. Includes Abs! (From a chair)


Join us!


“Regan MOVES Gentle“:  Mondays at 10:15 am (CST) on Zoom

“Regan MOVES Gentle“:

Mondays at 10:15 am (CST) on Zoom

“Regan MOVES Gentle” is simply a gentler version of Regan MOVES! It’s perfect for seniors, because it’s still a full-body workout, but it’s done from the comfort of your chair. Each exercise can be done from the chair. We encompass warm up and stretch, cardio segments that alternate with strength segments, and balance movements. We do abdominal exercises, and breathing exercises.

Pricing:  accessible pricing is available for Group and Senior Living Facilities. I work with Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care Centers. Call me:  720 470 8049. Grants may be available. I can even submit the paperwork for you.


Thank You. You Are Participating in the Cure!

A portion of the proceeds from Regan MOVES will be donated to the Lupus Research Foundation.

The LRF was founded by Regan and and her husband Todd, after they saw the tremendous success of the Professional-Amateur curling tournament they created, called “Lupus Spiel USA”. It has now become the largest Pro-Am for curling in the world. From its success, the LRF was born. The LRF’s primarily funded researcher, Dr. Timothy Niewold, and his staff in the lab he runs at the Colton Center for Autoimmunity, performed research that was instrumental in the development of a potential new drug hopefully hitting the market soon.

For more information, visit the Lupus Research Foundation at: