October 2018 - april 2019
biofit X Regent Porto Montenegro Hotel, Tivat, Montenegro
join us for a three-day adventure retreat involving outdoor fitness training, mobility work, contrast bathing in the 5* regent hotel spa, as well as hiking and mountain biking with our friends from M+.
building strong, lean & agile bodies ready for the great outdoors
indoor gym design
In urban locations we combine natural, healthy and sustainable design principles to create gym spaces that are toxin-free, with plant purified air, circadian rhythm lighting and plenty of biophilia in the form of natural colours, textures, shapes and materials. And plants, many plants.
the innate health benefits of contact with the natural world
outdoor gym design
Training outside means the nature / biophilia is already present, our focus therefore shifts to the gym equipment, layout and natural movement training on offer. One step closer to natural or 'wild' fitness, these outdoor gyms offer a direct connection to the elements without compromising on convenience. Be it a beach gym, bush gym or forest gym, we can create it!
reconnect with the organic & tactile
We source and commission everything from sandbags, to ropes, medicine balls, weights, jump boxes, agility ladders, lifting logs, kettlebells, yoga mats, dip bars and pull-up bars. Our focus is on FSC wood, sustainable bamboo, canvas, cork, stone and natural rubber to ensure complete harmony between our aesthetic choices and our earth-friendly value system.
the intrinsic purity of indigenous herbs, oils & music
Real world fitness, as opposed to fitness on a mat or a machine, means becoming a generalist with a wide movement vocabulary. Our proprietary class concepts cover Strength, Stamina, Movement & Mobility. They are playful, engaging and inclusive, varying from easy to hard and slow to fast.
gym interiors in tune with the body's daily rhythm
groups & workshops
From talks, to corporate workshops and team-building sessions, we have previously delivered classes for up to 25 people, hosted corporate away days and presented to rooms of 200 people.