As the first residential building in Colorado to pilot and pursue the WELL Building Standard, we pride ourselves on giving our residents the tools they need to live a well-balanced lifestyle.
At Lakehouse, residents will have direct access to a generous array of onsite amenities designed to encourage a healthy lifestyle. From rare lakefront residences offering panoramic views of Sloan’s Lake, the Rocky Mountains and the downtown skyline to fresh and organic food grown onsite, Lakehouse brings healthy living to your doorstep in a way that has never been done before in Colorado.
We sat down with Anna Stahl, Wellness Concierge at Lakehouse, to give us a deeper look into the health and wellness programs future residents have to look forward to here at Lakehouse.
What is your background? And how will it be applied to Lakehouse?
Bringing more than 10 years of experience as a Certified Health Coach to the Lakehouse team, I started my career after receiving a B.S. in Management and Marketing in addition to a Masters in Health Science with an emphasis in Community Health Education. While at Lakehouse, I’m really looking forward to becoming the go-to person that residents can come to with questions about how to live a healthy lifestyle. In my experience, there is no one answer and being healthy has a different meaning for everyone. So, I’m excited to educate residents on how wellness can be applied in all aspects of their life.
Can you tell me about your vision for health and wellness programming at Lakehouse?
I’m really big on connecting residents with their local community, so I’m looking forward to incorporating partnerships with local businesses to give residents direct access to not only state-of-the-art fitness amenities at Lakehouse but the great options they have around Sloan’s Lake. As far as programming, I’m currently working on putting together a lineup of fun, well-balanced classes that we can host at Lakehouse. From a sunset yoga class where residents can enjoy a good workout with beautiful mountain views to cooking classes where a local chef teaches residents how to use the produce from the Urban Farm, the possibilities are endless. A few more programs I have in mind include, stand-up paddle boarding, biking, kayaking on the lake, mindful meditation, and getting creative in the art studio.
What do you look forward to within your role?
I’m looking forward to getting to know each resident here on a deeper level because everyone has a story to tell. I started talking with a future resident at Lakehouse and she expressed her hesitation regarding fitness levels. I assured her we all start at different places and Lakehouse will make those passive and active wellness choices available to everyone depending on their lifestyle. It’s well-being in balance; I want to focus on more than just the physical aspect of health.
When you’re not at Lakehouse, what do you like to do in your free time?
When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my puppy, Jade, going for long walks and hanging out at the Wash Park. If it involves food tasting, wine sipping or exploring Denver, I’m all in. While my family isn’t here in Colorado, I enjoy traveling back to South Dakota to see them throughout the year. When I’m not cooking, exploring or traveling, I’m headed to the gym or trying out a new fitness class with friends.
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