The Conditioning Classroom is your best resource for the right training, the right nutrition and the right results.

All Trainers are nationally certified.

Since 2002, The Conditioning Classroom has helped people who want to escape the big gym scene and exercise in a small comfortable environment that is directed towards results! We help people learn about and embrace exercise as a positive aspect in their life, leading to overall wellness and vitality. Bottom line: we are here to help!

Dianne Bailey, CSCS, FAS, CTCI

Dianne Bailey

For over 25 years as a fitness professional, martial artist, and owner of The Conditioning Classroom, Dianne has changed 100’s of lives by helping each person create a lifestyle of health and fitness. Her passion for fitness is infectious as she provides the real-life example that aging well is possible!

Dianne is the author of three books which are all available at the studio:

  • Eating Simply
  • Open the Door to Tai Chi . . . Tai Chi for the Everyday Person
  • Healthy, Happy and Fit – Ageless Exercise to enjoy Your Best Years Yet

Dianne is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a Functional Aging Specialist and a Certified Tai Chi Instructor. She created, produced and starred in 2 exercise videos for people who want to maintain core strength and stay limber: COREiculum and Every Day Flexibility. She has also been featured in Shape Magazine as a “Super Fit Chick”, been a guest on 9News as a self-defense expert and has been a regular contributor to the Denver Post for the Health and Fitness section. She is also the creator of an online training program for Tai Chi instructors called Open the Door to Tai Chi. (

She has presented health and fitness related topics in several different venues including the Functional Aging Summit, the International Conference on Active Aging, Fitness Fest, Pacific Northwest FitCon, large corporations and The Denver Post.

Dianne and all of the trainers in The Conditioning Classroom are dedicated to helping their clients learn to truly live. We all know the difference in how we look and feel and respond to others when we are truly living as opposed to simply existing. Our goal at The Conditioning Classroom is to design the perfect program to help you be vibrantly alive!

Stephanie Kolterman, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Functional Aging Specialist, PnL1 Nutrition Coach

Stephanie has been working with us since 2014.

Stephanie is an ACE certified personal trainer and PnL1 Nutrition Coach and has a strong passion for fitness.  She knows there are many misconceptions about exercise and nutrition, and wants to help educate others so they may lead a happy, healthy lifestyle.  With all the fads and misleading information out there, it can be hard to figure out what works.  Stephanie wants to help show people how simple and fun, being healthy and exercising can be.  Stephanie has experience and enjoys training people of all fitness levels.  From younger guys and gals in their 20’s wanting a better body, to older men and women in their 50’s and 60’s just looking to feel better and be able to perform daily activities with with ease.

Stephanie loves many outlets of exercise, has been snowboarding for over 14 years and has participated in many different sports her whole life.  Having a background in sports has helped Stephanie create fun, functional and safe exercise routines.  She creates workouts with each specific client’s goal in mind, because she knows each person is different and needs different exercise routines to achieve their goals.  Stephanie aims to create a positive and comfortable atmosphere because fitness should not be stressful, so that anyone can adapt it into their lifestyle.

Emily Evans, ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Functional Aging Specialist

Emily has been working with us since 2016.

Emily graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and obtained her personal trainer certification from the American Counsel on Exercise. In college she helped train athletes to improve strength and agility and educated them on proper lifting form and injury prevention. After college she was a trainer at a physical therapy clinic where she worked with a broad range of individuals from an elderly patient with chronic back pain to a young athlete post knee surgery.

She always had a passion for fitness and loves being able to help others understand that it’s never too late to get started with a healthy and active lifestyle. Working in a physical therapy clinic helped her see that a sedentary lifestyle can lead to pain, surgery, and medication. You only get one body and taking the time to take care of it is the best thing you can do for yourself! Her goal is to design fun and effective workouts for my clients and to educate them on a healthy lifestyle so they can continue do all the things they love whether that’s traveling, hiking 14ers, or keeping up with grandkids.

As a trainer she is constantly learning. She loves to try new workouts and different forms of exercise to build her knowledge and to keep things new and fresh for her clients. Her current challenge is learning to cook and to finding new and simple recipes that are healthy and delicious. In her words: “My career is a constant journey and I love every moment of it!”

Gina Alarid, ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, Functional Aging Specialist, Open the Door to Tai Chi Certified

Gina has been working with us since 2015.

After graduating from Arapahoe Community College with an Associate Degree in Human Performance/Exercise Health Sciences, Gina joined our studio and has been helping clients for many years. She has a passion for helping others and has built strong relationships with her clients past and present. Her experience helps her new clients feel as comfortable as possible when starting a new health and fitness journey. She loves working with active aging adults through one-on-one personal training, small group training, facilitated stretching and tai chi. “My happiness comes from seeing my clients progress in their strength, balance, coordination, cardiovascular endurance and flexibility.”

Gina also works at Sky Ridge Medical Center as a Mobility Technician, working with the Therapy Department and Nursing Department. Focusing on getting patients active soon after surgery or going on walks to keep them strong.

Outside work, she enjoys exploring the outdoors with annual hiking trips, strength training, kickboxing and spin classes, as well as live music with friends and having game nights with her family!