Movement Mountain View is Set to Expand Climbing, Yoga, and Fitness Experiences for Bay Area Community
Mountain View, CA (PRUnderground) January 24th, 2024 – Movement, the largest nationwide community of indoor climbing gyms, today announced plans for their newest facility: Movement Mountain View. Slated to open in early 2025, this state-of-the-art facility located at 630 San Antonio Road in Mountain View, CA (the site formerly occupied by Sprouts Farmers Market) will offer 24,000 square feet dedicated to the art of bouldering. The new facility joins other nearby Movement gyms in Belmont, Sunnyvale, and Santa Clara, CA.
With a prime location off of El Camino Real, Movement Mountain View will provide access to thousands of bouldering routes for climbers across Silicon Valley.
For those looking to start climbing or simply to hone their skills, Movement Mountain View plans to offer a full lineup of classes. In addition, guests can expect yoga and fitness classes, cardio zones, weight training, and more, to offer a comprehensive fitness regimen.
“With its ideal location, extensive amenities, and welcoming community, Movement Mountain View is poised to quickly become Silicon Valley’s premier destination for climbing, yoga, fitness and adventure,” said Jeremy Levitt, Movement CEO. “The opening will further strengthen Movement’s growing footprint across the entire Bay Area.”
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About Movement Climbing, Yoga, and Fitness
Movement is the largest nationwide community of indoor climbing gyms. Every Movement facility is committed to growing the climbing community through a shared vision to empower personal transformation. Movement gyms feature bouldering, top-roping, lead climbing, and amenities like yoga studios, functional fitness, cardio zones, and climbing gear shops. Each facility caters to participants of all abilities – from competitive athletes to weekend adventurers and families.
Learn more at Movement Gyms.
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